April 17, 2000
Results provided by Duncan McLeod, Marketing Director of the Lucky Eagle
(forwarded by Katherine Dunn)
Saturday, April 15, 2000
Lucky Eagle Casino, Fight Night XXVI
Matchmaker: Benny Georgino
Main Event, NWBA Heavyweight Title, Scheduled 10 Rds.
Shawn Jewell, Bend, OR (10-9-1, 7 KO^s) 194 lbs. vs. Ed Dalton, Boise, ID
(20-5) 184 lbs.......In what may be the most exciting fight in Lucky
Eagle Casino history Ed Dalton won a unanimous decision over Shawn
Jewell. Both fighters went toe to toe, pounding each other throughout the
match. The 10th round, with both fighters exhausted, but almost
gaining a last wind that ended in non-stop action. The crowd came to its
feet as the final bell sounded. Neither fighter was ready to stop. The
scoring went 98-92, 97-93, 97-93 in favor of Dalton.
Jr. Welterweight, Scheduled 8 Rds.
Miguel Ruiz, Carson City, NV(21-8-2, 6 KO^s) 142 lbs. vs. Don Juan
St. Louis, MO (15-2, 9 KO^s) 140 lbs.....Don Juan Futrell improved to
15-2 with a unanimous decision over Miguel Angel Ruiz. The scoring was
79-73, 79-73, 79-73.
Heavyweight, Scheduled 4 Rds.
Anthony Curry, Chowchilla, CA (5-7-0, 3 KO^s) 309 lbs. vs. Steve Cortez,
Portland, OR (9-20-1, 5 KO^s) 326 lbs......In a surprisingly exciting
match-up of 300 pounders, Anthony Curry won a unanimous decision over
Middleweight Females, Scheduled 4 Rds.
Marsha Valley, Los Angeles, CA (6-3-4, 2 KO^s) 157 lbs. vs. Dakota Stone,
Auburn, WA (1-1-1) 156 lbs^^Marsha Valley appeared to dominate for three
rounds but the fight with Dakota Stone was called a unanimous draw. The
scoring was 39-37 for Valley, 38-38, 38-38. This was an outstanding
match for both women.
Super Middleweight, Scheduled 4 Rds.
Dominick Rivera, Portland, OR (1-5) ?? lbs. vs. Jaime De la Torre, Mira
CA (7-0, 6 KO^s) 168 lbs^..In an unusual bout Jaime de la Torre dominated
from the opening bell to win a 2nd round disqualification. Rivera
complained that de la Torre was head butting and quit the fight midway
through round 2.
Featherweight, Scheduled 4 Rds.
Angelo Torres, Tacoma, WA (2-1, 2 KO^s) 130 lbs. vs. Victor Hugo Elacio,
Reno, NV (1-0) 127 lbs....Victor Hugo ^Bazooka^ Elacio brought the crowd
to their feet with stunning blasts to the head of previously unbeaten
Angelo Torres. Elacio put Torres to the canvas in round 1, but Torres,
clearly dazed, hung in to make the 2nd round. At 2:27 of the 2nd round
Elacio hamnmered Torres with a stunning KO that kept Torres on the mat for
several minutes. Elacio was voted "Most Popular Fighter" by the fans.