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DC Boxer Thomas "KO" Snow Scores Fourth Round K.O. over Ernie Marquez
Boxer Thomas "KO" Snow scores a fourth-round knockout over Ernie Marquez on the Viva Don King II card in Hollywood, FL.
By: 38 Media Group
Known by his manager, Carl King and the rest of the Don King camp as “The Franchise,” Snow entertained the crowd with a good back and forth with Marquez for what was scheduled to be a six-round bout. During the first two rounds, both boxers traded punches and landed solid shots. In the third round, however, Snow took advantage of his speed and power delivering a blow to Marquez causing a cut above his right eye and continued to land shots that hurt Marquez numerous times.
In the fourth round, Snow closed the show with a devastating right hook to the chin of Marquez who was able to climb to his feet but the referee ruled he could not continue. The bout was stopped at 0:46 seconds of the fourth round.
As a recently signed boxer to Don King productions, this victory was a major defeat for the super bantamweight who weighed in for this bout at 112.5 pounds. This win brings Snow to a record of 16-1, 10 KOs. When asked about his plans for the future in front of a crowd of more than 3,000 attendees, Snow challenged everyone in his weight class saying, “Everybody at 115 watch your chins.” Snow is now ranked 15th in the country.