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Keisher “Fire” Mcleod-Wells set to fight on March 7th @ Broadway Boxing!

>>>UPDATE>>>

Fire Mcleod-Wells takes it after six exciting and competitive rounds!  She handed Patricia Alcivar her first loss by split decision: two judges scored the fight for Fire 57-55, and the third  judge scored it the same way for Alcivar.  Both fighters were treated to a standing ovation!!!

Keisher “Fire” Mcleod-Wells set to fight on March 7th @ Broadway Boxing!

Gleason’s own Keisher “Fire” McLeod-Wells (4-2, 1-KO) will be returning to the ring on March 7, 2012 against Patricia “Patty Boom Boom” Alcivar (5-0, 3-KOs) in a six-round bout on the Broadway Boxing Card.

Keisher "Fire" Mcleod-Wells, Credit: Luis Montalvo

Promoted by DiBella Entertainment, this well-matched super featherweight bout will showcase the talents of two accomplished boxers both of whom are familar to the New York boxing scene.

Patricia Alcivar, Credit: QueensTribune.com

The bout will take place at the BB King Blues Club and Grill, located at 237 W. 42nd St., New York City.

Tickets can be purchased at Gleason’s Gym. The telephone number is (718) 797-2872.

Ticket prices are: $125(Ringside Seating), $100 (Seating), $75(Seating), and $55(General Standing).

All ticket sales benefit Fire.

Please buy your tickets from Gleason’s Gym and show your support for one of the rising stars in Women’s Boxing.


2 Responses to “Keisher “Fire” Mcleod-Wells set to fight on March 7th @ Broadway Boxing!”


  1. 1 boom boomin
    June 9, 2012 at 10:48 am

    Vanessa greco thought cause fire beat patty alcivar, she could 2. I thought alcivar won against fire, but fire has 9 lives in ny. They cheat 4 her at times. Greco wanted 2 use alcivar as a springboard 2 her success. I think she had a poor training camp, she looked terrible and made alcivar the queen of boxing in nyc. Only vanessa and her coach knows what happened, plus they showed ZERO CLASS after the bout.
    Fire revived her career with a questionable win and greco thought she could 2. Vanessa Greco hasnt won a fight in 5yrs. I dont know how she thought she could beat alcivar, but greco is history now.

    • June 9, 2012 at 12:33 pm

      Girlboxing is not certain how to respond to this other than to say that Fire and her team exemplify all that is best in boxing. Fire is a hard-working fighter with great skills and has demonstrated her abilities countess times. She is and remains dedicated to the sweet science.


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