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Boxing takes center stage at Resorts World

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Angel Garcia (l.) and Pedro Andres fight in the lightweight division.
Juan Dominguez (r.) punches Jesus Bayron as he tries to protect himself on the ropes.
Joe Smith celebrates his win by flexing in the corner of the ring.
Wanda Malave cheers on Yashin Rashid.
Joe Smith (l.) stands over Yashin Rashid after knocking him to the ground during the main event.
Elton Dharry (r.) lands a punch on Gabriel Cruz's face during a Bantamweight fight at Resorts World New York's first-ever pro boxing event, Internaltional Fight Night. Photo by Christina Santucci
Daniel Gonzalez of Queens lifts his arms in victory after winning his bout, which was his pro debut.
Juan Dominguez (l.) doubles over after a punch from Jesus Bayron.
Rafael Vazquez kneels and prays before the start of his fight.
Jamaica resident Jhovanny Collado (r.) lands a punch on Rafael Vazquez's face.
Frank Galarza is lifted in the air after his fight, which was ruled to be a tie.
Jhovanny Collado of Jamaica does pushups after winning his bout with Rafael Vazquez.
New York City boxers, promoters and officials gather for a photo.
Yolexcy Leiva falls to the ground.
Allan Phelan battles Micah Branch in the featherweight division.
Elton Dharry beat opponent Gabriel Cruz in a Bantamweight bout.

International Fight Night at Resorts World New York featured nine bouts and was organized by Old World Boxing, New Legend Boxing and WON Promotions.

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