Results for the Saturday June 7 fight card in Superior follow.
Snippets from Superior: Zach Walters blew out Aaron Norwood as expected, getting the knockout in round 2. This win gives Walters a second minor title (NABA regional to go with his WBC-ABU) and is expected to catapult Walters into the top ten in the WBC world light heavyweight rankings. Andy Kolle beat Jonathan Reid of “Contender” fame, going the distance with the tough and experienced old pro and adding another prestige win to his resume. With the win Kolle also gains his first official belt, the NABA middleweight title. After their fight Reid graciously called Kolle a champion and vowed to continue his boxing career. Flamboyant Gary Eyer remains unbeaten and Terrance Trottier Jr is still searching for his first win after Eyer kayoed Trottier in the first round of their junior welterweight tilt. Everyone wants to know, and here’s the answer: Eyer wore tie-dyed feather-boa shorts and lime green shoes. Tim Taggart comes up short in his match with tough guy Jon Schmidt of the ACR Gym in Anoka, Schmidt getting the TKO win with a fourth-round stoppage in a fight that the Duluth News Tribune described as a “bloody” affair. RJ Laase pads his record with a majority decision win against Mike Davis, a North Dakotan who has yet to take his first pro victory. Icelandic heavyweight Skuli Armannsson, a highly decorated amateur, takes out local boy Caleb Nelson with a second-round knockout in a fight that represents the professional boxing debuts of both fighters.
- Zach Walters (now 23-2 with 18 kayos) defeated Aaron Norwood (now 25-10 with 13 kayos) by knockout in round 2
- Andy Kolle (17-1 with 12 kayos) defeated Jonathan Reid (34-10 with 19 kayos) by UD in 10 rounds
- Gary Eyer (4-0 with 3 kayos) defeats Terrance Trottier Jr (0-3) by knockout in round 1
- Jon Schmidt (5-1 with 4 kayos) defeated Tim Taggart (2-1 with 1 kayo) by TKO in round 4
- RJ Laase (3-0 with 1 kayo) defeated Michael Davis (0-5) by MD in 4 rounds
- Skulli Armannsson (1-0 with 1 kayo) defeated Caleb Nelson (0-1) by knockout in round 2