By Danny Serratelli
KEA boxing put on the best small show in NJ that there has been for many years. Everyone in the packed ball room in the Hanover Marriott in Whippany, New Jersey, got more bang for their buck then they could have imagined. They got to see a former world champion still at or near his prime, a few undefeated prospects, both male and female, tough decisions and brutal knockouts. Most impressive of all was that all 7 bouts that were announced came off as scheduled. Promoter Andre Kut was happy with the results. He said he was pleased that he was once again able to give the fans what they wanted. Kut has plans to continue putting on regular shows in New Jersey, and to continue to promote his shows with the professionalism required to give the New Jersey fans the world class shows they deserve.
In the main event former WBO Jr. featherweight Agapito Sanchez (34-11-3, 17 KO