Video/Photos #2: Stephen Wright vs D. Burgess

October 14, 2012

[Updated with video] The second fight of the 2012 All or Nothing event held on Saturday night [Oct 13] at the Fairmont Southampton saw two Bermuda fighters face off again, with Stephen Wright defeating Deondre Burgess in front of the packed crowd.

The two fighters battle for the three 3-minute rounds, with Anthony Mouchette serving as referee. There is more coverage of the event to come, and you can view all our coverage of the ‘All or Nothing’ fight night thus far here.

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