Wallace looks to remain unbeaten Friday evening in Glen Burnie, MD

Wallace looks to remain unbeaten Friday evening in Glen Burnie, MD

now headline Baltimore Boxing’s “Mayday Mayday” card when he faces Gregory Clark Friday, May 12 at Michael’s Eighth Ave in Glen Burnie, MD.

The original main event between NABA Cruiserweight titlist “Slick” Nick Kisner and Alex Guerrero was cancelled after Kisner withdrew.

Tickets from $50 are available at Baltimoreboxing.com or by calling 410-375-9175.

5-time champion Vinny Paz, the subject of 2016 film “Bleed for This” is attending the card and will be available to meet and greet all VIP ticket holders.

Living and fighting out of Baltimore, MD, Wallace has a 2-0 record with 1 knockout. He had a brief but successful amateur career where he beat more experienced foes during the Olympic Trial Qualifiers. In his second pro fight, Wallace defeated previously unbeaten Tahir Thomas via six round unanimous decision. Since the win over Thomas, Wallace has been training hard at the Baltimore Boxing Club and sparred with many of the notable fighters in the talent-rich Maryland, DC, Virginia region.

Clark, 2-1 (1 KO), once again looks to play the roll of spoiler. The 26-year-old Washington, DC native faced undefeated opponents in all three of his bouts and is fresh off a fourth round stoppage of Devin McMaster in April. Against Wallace, Clark looks for his third straight win.

The Wallace-Clark bout is scheduled for six rounds.

“Donald was scheduled to fight in an eight round title fight but his original opponent never signed the contract,” said Baltimore Boxing’s Jake Smith. “I believe Donald is a hidden gem and expect him to impress Friday evening.”

Junior welterweight Drayvontay Speed Rawls of Glenarden, MD risks his 8-0-1 record against Maryland based Bulgarian Evguney Metchenov in a four round contest.

West Virginia’s Matthew “Boogieman” Bowling, 4-0 (4 KO’s), looks to stay perfect when he faces Dwayne Martin of Laurel, MD over four rounds in the lightweight division. Bowling has stopped all four of his foes in the opening round and scored four knockdowns in a 94 second demolition of Brian Otey.

Welterweight Craig Callen, 2-1 (2 KO’s) of Virginia faces North Carolina native Howard Thompson and debuting cruiserweight Desmond Towns faces rugged veteran Martez Williamson. Both fights are scheduled for four rounds and the card will also have three amateur matches.

For more information, visit Baltimoreboxing.com.