Hulu Theater—Junior welterweight prospect Kasir Goldston (4-0, 1 KO) overcame a tough Marc Misiura (2-2, 1 KO) to win a four-round unanimous decision by identical scores of 40-35. In the fourth round, Misiura had a point deducted for an intentional headbutt.
Goldston, the 18 year-old flashy southpaw from Albany, NY overcame an assortment of fouls to prevail in his first pro fight in his home state of New York. All three judges scored the fight 40-35 in favor of the younster, who spent each of his previous three pro bouts in Sin City before making his way back to his home state.
Misiura mixed his jabs and counter punches to try to dethrone the unbeaten prospect, but mainly tried brawling tactics in all four rounds. The 27-year-old from Scranton, Pa was warned in round two for a borderline low blow and had a point deducted for an intentional headbutt in the final minute of the contest.
Goldston quickly regained his composure from the foul to land a straight left hand that left Misiura dazed but had to settle for a dominant points win instead of a knockout finish.
When you look at Goldston, who goes by “Mazzi”, one thing is very evident about this man, he is intelligent, physically strong, and going to be able to adjust on a fight-by-fight basis gaining experience with the best people in the industry, Brad Goodman and Bruce Trampler of Top Rank Inc, but his biggest strength comes from his father and coach, Tyshaun Goldston.