Split-T Management Super Six in Action This Weekend


NEW YORK – February 25, 2022 – On the Heels of Sonny Conto’s unanimous decision on Thursday night in Philadelphia, six Split-T Management fighters will look to follow suit over the weekend throughout the United States and The Dominican Republic.

Friday night in Plant City, Florida, brothers Marques and Dominic Valle will look to stay undefeated as Marques takes on Robbie Rose in a six-round super welterweight fight, while Dominic battles Nelson Colon Torres in a four-round super featherweight fight.

Maques of Wesley Chapel, Florida is 3-0 with three knockouts. The 23 year-old, has a win over Leonidad Fowlkes (2-0) and is coming off a 1st round stoppage over Jimmy Rosario on August 7th.

Rose of Richburg, South Carolina is 1-1 and is coming off a win over Vincent Gigante on December 25, 2021 in Newark, New Jersey.

Dominic is 2-0 with two knockouts. At 21 years-old, the younger Valle took out Michael Gaxiola on August 7th in Plant City, Florida.

Torres of Cayey, Puerto Rico is 4-6 with three-knockouts.

Marques Valle weighed 148 lbs. Rose was 149.6

Dominic Valle was 128.8 lbs. Torres weighed 130 lbs.

The Valle brothers are promoted by Probox Promotions.

On Saturday night, four more distinguished fighters will be in action.

In Philadelphia, welterweight Ray Robinson returns to the ring in a six-round main event against Silverio Ortiz at the 2300 Arena.

Robinson of Philadelphia, has a record of 24-3-2 with 12 knockouts. The 36 year-old Robinson will be shaking off a two-and-a-half-year layoff as he is coming off of back-to-back draws with world title challenger Egidijust Kavaliauskas (21-0) and former British Olympian Josh Kelly (9-0). In both of those fights, most observers believe that Robinson should have had his hand raised in victory. Robinson has wins over Roberto Acevedo (2-0-1), Darnell Jiles Jr. (8-0-1), Former U.S. Olympian Terrance Cauthen (36-7-1), Ray Narh (26-2), Aslanbek Kozoev (25-0-1) and Sherzodbek Almjanov (22-2).

Ortiz of Merida, Mexico has a record of 37-28 with 18 knockouts. At 39 years-old, Ortiz is a 22 year veteran of the ring and has faced no less than nine world champions and a plethora of title challengers, contenders and prospects. He has wins over Juan Carlos Chan (9-1-1), Ricardo Dominguez (13-0-2), former world title challenger Daniel Seda (20-1-1), Elvis Perez (18-4-3), Mahonri Montes (25-0-1), Armando Robles (24-1-2), Jesus Gurrola (19-4-3), Jorge Silva (20-4-2), Ivan Pereya (19-2), Felipe De La Paz Teniente (11-2-1), Mian Hussein (16-0), Ramzan Baysarov (7-0). Ortiz is coming off a loss to Chrodale Booker on September 24, 2021 in Hartford, Connecticut.

In Atlanta, super middleweight, Money Powell IV takes on veteran Fidel Monterrosa Munoz in an eight-round bout.

Powell of Fort Mitchell, Alabama is 12-1 with seven knockouts. The 24 year-old Powell has won two in a row and is coming off a decision win over William Langston on February 27, 2021 in Atlanta.

Munoz of Barranquilla, Colombia is 39-27-1 with 31 knockouts. The 33 year-old Munoz has faced four world champions as well as many contenders and top prospects. Munoz is coming off a decision loss to undefeated Anthony Hines on October 29th in Melrose, Massachusetts.

Powell is promoted by ProBox Promotions.

In Multisuto, Dominican Republic, undefeated junior lightweight, Yan Santana will look to make it 3-0 when he takes on Juan Ysabel in a four-round bout.

Santana, 22 years-old of La Romana, Dominican Republic is 2-0 with two first-round stoppages, coming off an early win over Juan Nicasio Mercedes on December 21st in the Dominican Republic.

Ysabel is making his pro debut.

At the Caribe Royale In Orlando, Florida, lightweight Joseph Adorno will take on Iron Alvarez for the IBO USBO title.

Adorno, 22 years-old of Allentown, Pennsylvania is 14-0-2 with 12 knockouts, recently signed with GH3 Promotions, and has wins over Marcos Antonio Ocano (1-0), Kevin Cruz (8-0) and Damian Alejandro Sosa (9-2). Adorno is coming off a draw with undefeated Jamaine Ortiz on April 24, 2021 in Kissimmee, Florida.

Alvarez, 28 years-old of Tampa, Florida, has a record of 14-1 with 10 knockouts. He won his first 14 bouts and is coming off first professional blemish as he lost to undefeated Christian Tapia on December 4th in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

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