Isiah Seldon training

Isiah Seldon works with trainer Bill Johnson in 2016. Seldon is the son of former heavyweight champ Bruce Seldon.

Mays Landing middleweight Isiah Seldon was forced to settle for a draw Sunday night at Humble Civic Center in Humble, Texas.

Seldon (11-1-1, 4 KOs), son of former heavyweight champion Bruce Seldon, fought to a six-round draw against Rudy Lozano (3-11-3, 0 KOs), of Corpus Christi, Texas. All but one of Lozano’s 17 opponents had one loss or less at the time he fought them.

One judge favored Seldon 58-56, one scored it 58-56 to Lozano and one had it 57-57.

Seldon is unbeaten in his past five fights.

Atlantic City super-middleweight Antowyan Aikens (11-4-1, 1 KO) will meet Vladine Biossi (15-7-3, 4 KOs), of Providence, Rhode Island, at Twin River Center in Rhode Island on Feb. 23.

Boxing returns to Atlantic City on Feb. 24 when Millville-based Rising Star Promotions holds a card at Showboat Atlantic City.

Millville welterweight Thomas Lamanna (25-2, 5 KOs) will take on Gabriel Bracero (24-3, 5 KOs), of Brooklyn, New York, in the main event.

Atlantic City lightweight Osnel Charles (11-18-1, 1 KO) is also on the card, which will be the first to be held at Showboat since Aug. 31, 2008.

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Member of The Press sports staff since 1986, starting my 25th season as The Press Eagles' beat writer. Also cover boxing, MMA, golf, high school sports and everything else.

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