Ayanna Tramont, the 44-year-old former physical education teacher from Kenmore West, scored a second round TKO over Ashley Futrell of Medina, Ohio in their scheduled four-round super middleweight bout on Friday at Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls.
Tramont, at 6 feet, had a decided height advantage over the 5-foot-4 Ohioan. It was the first professional bout for both.
Tramont was originally scheduled to fight Ashlee Gambino of Akron, Ohio on the Friday night card headed by the World Boxing Association Fedecentro Super Lightweight title fight between Emanuel Colon of Niagara Falls and Richard Zamora of Mexico. Colon scored a TKO in the first round.
On the same card, Charles Garner of Buffalo made his professional debut with a unanimous four-round decision over Angelo Cotto of Yonkers. Alexander Castellano of Tonawanda scored a second round knockout over Alonzo Davis of Philadelphia.
Gerfred Ngayot, a native of the Congo now living in Buffalo, won a unanimous decision over Darel Harris of Sarasota, Fla., in their lightweight bout. Super featherweight Daniel DeJesus of Buffalo won a unanimous decision over Jonathan Smith of South Bend, Ind. Wilfredo Flores of Dunkirk won a unanimous decision over Adrian Martinez of Puerto Rico. Maureen Shea of the Bronx won unanimously over Edina Kiss of Budapest, Hungary.