Weights from Central Point, Oregon

By Ricardo Ibarra

Mike Wilson 193.7 vs. Melvin Russell 191.2
Víctor Morales, Jr. 129.6 vs. Corben Page 129.5
Marquice Weston 198.3 vs. Juan Reyna 214.2
Troy Wohosky 141.5 vs. Kevin Davila 142.8
Abraham Martin 183.7 vs. Jose Rico 179.3
Nicholas Jefferson 150.3 vs. Colby Grayson 150.9

Promoter: White Delight Promotions
Venue: Jackson County Expo, Central Point, Oregon

By Ricardo Ibarra Mike Wilson 193.7 vs. Melvin Russell 191.2 Víctor Morales, Jr. 129.6 vs. Corben Page 129.5 Marquice Weston 198.3 vs. Juan Reyna 214.2 Troy Wohosky 141.5 vs. Kevin…
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Weights from Fresno

Mike Ruiz 119 vs. Jonathan Torres 116
Joe Louie Lopez 164.25 vs. Jose Leon 164.75
Isidro Ochoa 127.5 vs. Alejandro Velazco 127.5
Jose Salinas 130 vs. Samuel Jude Yniguez 130
Julian Lopez 131 vs. Guadalupe Arroyo 127.75
Jesus Ibarra Sanchez 145 vs. Rasheed Lawal 145
Edgar Martinez 140 vs. Kenny Davis 137.25

Promoter: Big Al Entertainment
Venue: Valdez Hall

Mike Ruiz 119 vs. Jonathan Torres 116 Joe Louie Lopez 164.25 vs. Jose Leon 164.75 Isidro Ochoa 127.5 vs. Alejandro Velazco 127.5 Jose Salinas 130 vs. Samuel Jude Yniguez 130…
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Bourland Sweeps Contreras

Courtesy Jim Jenkins, Sacramento Bee

In a rematch from March, the result was the same, with Ryan Bourland (14-1) of Vacaville winning a six-round, no-knockdowns unanimous decision over Alfredo Contreras (13-21-2) of Mexico in their cruiserweight main event Friday night at Sacramento’s DoubleTree Hotel. Bourland’s original opponent failed a medical test, so Contreras substituted on short notice and met the same fate, losing on the judges’ scorecards by 60-54, 60-54 and 59-55. Six months ago, the two fought as light-heavyweights. Continue reading “Bourland Sweeps Contreras”

Courtesy Jim Jenkins, Sacramento Bee In a rematch from March, the result was the same, with Ryan Bourland (14-1) of Vacaville winning a six-round, no-knockdowns unanimous decision over Alfredo Contreras…
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Valdez retains WBO featherweight belt

Photos: Sumio Yamada

WBO featherweight champion Oscar Valdez (23-0, 19 KOs) successfully defended his belt with a hard-fought unanimous decision over previously unbeaten #4 rated Genesis Servania (29-1, 12 KOs) on Friday night at the Tucson Convention Center in Tucson, Arizona.

Hometown hero Valdez had it his way for the first three rounds. But in round four, Servania dropped Valdez with a big right hand then rocked him again as the round ended. Valdez responded in round five, dropping Servania with a left hook. Servania was wobbly but survived the round. Both fighters had their moments after that with Valdez pulling away late. Toe-to-toe at the final bell! Scores were 116-110, 119-111, 117-109. photos

Photos: Sumio Yamada WBO featherweight champion Oscar Valdez (23-0, 19 KOs) successfully defended his belt with a hard-fought unanimous decision over previously unbeaten #4 rated Genesis Servania (29-1, 12 KOs)…
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Ramirez retains WBO 168lb title

Photos: Sumio Yamada

WBO super middleweight champion Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez (36-0, 24 KOs) retained his title with a twelve round unanimous decision over previously unbeaten mandatory challenger Jesse “Hard Work” Hart (22-1, 18 KOs) on Friday night at the Tucson Convention Center in Tucson, Arizona.

Ramirez dropped Hart in round two and then battered him from pillar to post. Hart managed to survive the round. Ramirez had another big round in round four, hurting Hart with big shots. Probably another 10-8 round. Hart showed some flashes of coming on in round eight. Hart landed some of his best punches in round eleven but didn’t follow up aggressively. Both landed big shots in a violent final round exchange. In the end, scores were 115-112, 115-112, 114-113. photos

Photos: Sumio Yamada WBO super middleweight champion Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez (36-0, 24 KOs) retained his title with a twelve round unanimous decision over previously unbeaten mandatory challenger Jesse “Hard Work”…
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Dawejko crushes Banks

By John DiSanto – PhillyBoxingHistory.com
Photos: Darryl Cobb Jr. – dcobbjr.com

In the main event at the Sugar House Casino, heavyweight Joey Dawejko, Philadelphia, 18-4-4, 11 KOs, stalked and overpowered Detroit’s Demetrius Banks, 9-2, 4 KOs, in their scheduled eight rounder. Dawejko put Banks down twice in the second and then one more time in the third before referee Shawn Clark halted the bout with Banks trapped in a neutral corner. The time was 1:22 of the third round.

Teenage Philly lightweight Branden Pizarro, 8-0, 4 KOs, won by fourth round TKO over Tyrone Luckey, Neptune, NJ, 8-8-3, 6 KOs, in a scheduled six rounder.. Pizarro two scored knockdowns in the third round and then dropped Luckey again in the fourth. The moment Luckey fell this time, referee Ronald Bashir stopped the fight. The time was 26 seconds of the fourth. Continue reading “Dawejko crushes Banks”

By John DiSanto – PhillyBoxingHistory.com Photos: Darryl Cobb Jr. – dcobbjr.com In the main event at the Sugar House Casino, heavyweight Joey Dawejko, Philadelphia, 18-4-4, 11 KOs, stalked and overpowered…
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Unbeaten Olympians win in Tucson

Photos: Sumio Yamada

Unbeaten featherweight and 2012/2016 Olympian Michael Conlan (4-0, 4 KOs) scored an impressive second round KO over Kenny Guzman (3-1, 1 KO). Conlan laid out Guzman with a flush right hand at 2:59.

Unbeaten super featherweight and 2016 Olympic gold medalist Robson Conceicao (5-0, 4 KOs) was victorious when Carlos Osorio (13-8-1, 5 KOs) couldn’t continue due to a shoulder injury after round three. It was a one-sided fight for all rounds contested. Continue reading “Unbeaten Olympians win in Tucson”

Photos: Sumio Yamada Unbeaten featherweight and 2012/2016 Olympian Michael Conlan (4-0, 4 KOs) scored an impressive second round KO over Kenny Guzman (3-1, 1 KO). Conlan laid out Guzman with…
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Dorticos, Kudryashov make weight

Yunier Dorticos 199 vs. Dmitry Kudryashov 200
(WBA cruiserweight world title)
(WBSS cruiserweight quarterfinal)

Photo: Francisco Perez/Ringstar Sports

Kudryashov initially missed the weight by a half-pound, but came back 45 minutes later inside the limit.

Other Weights:
Lateef Kayode 197.75 vs. Keith Tapia 197.5
Nonito Donaire 125.5 vs. Ruben Garcia Hernandez 126

Venue: Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas
Promoter: Ringstar Sports
TV: Fans in the U.S. can stream the WBSS action live at WorldBoxingSuperSeries.com

Yunier Dorticos 199 vs. Dmitry Kudryashov 200 (WBA cruiserweight world title) (WBSS cruiserweight quarterfinal) Kudryashov initially missed the weight by a half-pound, but came back 45 minutes later inside the…
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Lozano-Rodriguez rematch on Oct 13

The #1 boxing program on US Spanish Television, Boxeo Telemundo Ford opens its Fall Series on October 13th at the Ala Carte Pavilion in Tampa, Fla with a rematch of a controversial decision in 2015. Florida native Daniel “El Alacran” Lozano takes on Ricardo “Meserito” Rodriguez for the vacant WBO Latino bantamweight title. Lozano avenged one of his previous losses in the Summer Series when he KO’d world-rated David “Severo” Carmona, which Nayoa Inoue and Carlos Cuadras were unable to do. Meanwhile, Rodriguez is looking to crawl his way back into the world title picture after suffering a KO loss to Inoue back May of this year.

Lozano vs Rodriguez II will be aired LIVE on the Telemundo Network, brought to you by Tuto Zabala, Jr, All Star Boxing, Inc. Tickets on sale now, call 813-454-7800.

The #1 boxing program on US Spanish Television, Boxeo Telemundo Ford opens its Fall Series on October 13th at the Ala Carte Pavilion in Tampa, Fla with a rematch of…
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Linares-Campbell make weight, co-feature scrapped

Jorge Linares 134.2 vs. Luke Campbell 134.8
(WBA lightweight title)

Photo: Tom Hogan – Hogan Photos/Golden Boy Promotions

The co-featured clash between super lightweights Antonio Orozco and Roberto Ortiz was cancelled when both Orozco and Ortiz were very overweight. Ortiz was 2.5 pounds heavy. Word is Orozco was a whopping 7 pounds over the limit. Looks like WBO #1 rated Orozco ate himself out of major exposure on HBO.

Other Weights:
Romero Duno 134 vs. Juan Sanchez 133.6
Azat Hovhannisyan 122 vs. Sergio Frias 120.6
Abraham Lopez 127.8 vs. Isao Carranza 126.8
Rafael Gramajo 120.8 vs. Pedro Melo 121.2

Venue: The Forum, Inglewood, CAlif
Promoter: Golden Boy
TV: HBO

Jorge Linares 134.2 vs. Luke Campbell 134.8 (WBA lightweight title) The co-featured clash between super lightweights Antonio Orozco and Roberto Ortiz was cancelled when both Orozco and Ortiz were very…
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Weights from Ontario, California

Jose Roman 138 vs. Wilberth Lopez 140.5
Ruben Villa 127 vs. Ernesto Guerrero 126.5
Juan Ruiz 148.5 vs. Erick Martinez 149
Michael Dutchover 133 vs. Carlos Flores 131
Ruben Torres 134.5 vs. Ernest Knight 135

Promoter: Thompson Boxing Promotions
Venue: Doubletree Hotel in Ontario, California

Jose Roman 138 vs. Wilberth Lopez 140.5 Ruben Villa 127 vs. Ernesto Guerrero 126.5 Juan Ruiz 148.5 vs. Erick Martinez 149 Michael Dutchover 133 vs. Carlos Flores 131 Ruben Torres…
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Parker outweighs Fury by 11 pounds

Joseph Parker 245 vs. Hughie Fury 234
(WBO heavyweight championship)

Josh Wale 117 vs. Don Broadhurst 118
Jimmy Kilrain Kelly 154 vs. Stiliyan Kostov 153
Joe Murray 137 vs. Matty Fagan 136
Shayne Singleton 153 vs. Peter McDonagh 154

Venue: Manchester Arena, Manchester, England
Promoter: Hennessey Sports
TV: PPV

Joseph Parker 245 vs. Hughie Fury 234 (WBO heavyweight championship) Josh Wale 117 vs. Don Broadhurst 118 Jimmy Kilrain Kelly 154 vs. Stiliyan Kostov 153 Joe Murray 137 vs. Matty…
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Floyd still hasn’t cashed Pac or McGregor checks

By TSZSports.com

Could you imagine having $600 MILLION in uncashed checks lying around the house? Floyd Mayweather says that’s exactly the case with him … telling TMZ Sports he still has NOT cashed his massive checks from the Manny Pacquiao and the Conor McGregor fights.

Mayweather was leaving Tao in L.A. with his entourage Thursday night when he talked about everything from his health to his wealth. Oh, and to prove he’s serious about his fight checks … Floyd says he plans to post ’em on social media later today. He reportedly made around $300 mil per fight.

Stay tuned …

By TSZSports.com Could you imagine having $600 MILLION in uncashed checks lying around the house? Floyd Mayweather says that’s exactly the case with him … telling TMZ Sports he still…
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WBC Headquarters were destroyed in quake

Dozens of buildings have collapsed and many more were severely damaged in the deadly 7.1 earthquake that rocked Mexico City Tuesday. WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman stated via social media that “the WBC office uses for press conferences is damaged and most likely will never be functional again. Thank God everyone is safe.”

He further wrote on the WBC website, “The WBC original offices, which have been rented since 1978, will no longer be available, as it is imminent that the building will have to be torn down. So many special moments happened there and only memories will live from such headquarters. An important chapter of the WBC history will be closed.” Continue reading “WBC Headquarters were destroyed in quake”

Dozens of buildings have collapsed and many more were severely damaged in the deadly 7.1 earthquake that rocked Mexico City Tuesday. WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman stated via social media that…
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Hart fights for title and family legacy

Story by John DiSanto – PhillyBoxingHistory.com
Photos by Darryl Cobb Jr. – dcobbjr.com

Number one WBO super middleweight contender Jesse Hart, 22-0, 18 KOs, finally gets his shot at a world title after a lifetime of preparation, enormous expectations, and two generations of familial waiting. Hart, the son of Philly middleweight legend, Cyclone Hart, faces WBO champion Gilberto Ramirez, 35-0, 24 KOs, Friday night, in Arizona at the Tucson Convention Center, live on ESPN.

Even before Hart’s father brought him to a boxing gym, with a mission to turn the boy into an Olympic and professional boxing champion, high hopes have always surrounded Jesse Hart. He was a celebrated amateur whose sure-fire streak toward a Gold Medal at the London Olympics in 2012, was aborted by a pair of bad decisions in two different divisions which ended his Olympic dream at the box-offs level. Continue reading “Hart fights for title and family legacy”

Story by John DiSanto – PhillyBoxingHistory.com Photos by Darryl Cobb Jr. – dcobbjr.com Number one WBO super middleweight contender Jesse Hart, 22-0, 18 KOs, finally gets his shot at a…
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Linares-Campbell Final Press Conference

By Miguel Maravilla

WBA lightweight world champion Jorge Linares (42-3, 27 KOs), of Venezuela, and his challenger WBC number one rated contender Luke Campbell (17-1, 14 KOs), of England, held the final press conference Thursday afternoon at the Renaissance Los Angeles Airport Hotel for their championship fight taking place this Saturday at the Forum in Inglewood, California live on HBO World Championship Boxing. Here is what the fighters had to say two days away from their bout.

Photo: Tom Hogan – Hogan Photos/Golden Boy Promotions

“I’m excited. I feel good and ready for this fight. I will see you all on Saturday,” Linares said.

“I had a great camp. It’s a great challenge. A challenge I’m up for. It’s going to be a great fight and I am ready for this challenge,” Luke Campbell stated with his fans on hand rooting him on. Continue reading “Linares-Campbell Final Press Conference”

By Miguel Maravilla WBA lightweight world champion Jorge Linares (42-3, 27 KOs), of Venezuela, and his challenger WBC number one rated contender Luke Campbell (17-1, 14 KOs), of England, held…
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Nuñez wins on points in Panama

By Héctor Villarreal

In a very competitive fight, Panamanian superfeather Ricardo “El Científico” Nuñez (18-2, 16 KOs), ranked 6th by WBA, had to go to the distance for only the second time in his career to conquer the WBC Latin American Championship by unanimous decision over Venezuelan Jesus “Shotgun” Cuadro (11-2, 7 KOs).

Cuadro dropped Nuñez on round 4 but referee Hector Afu didn´t rule it a knockdown. The local fighter stumbled again in the fifth round before sending Cuadro to the canvas for the first official knockdown of the fight scheduled for eight, which headed the “Homenaje al Maestro” card presented by Promociones y Eventos del Istmo at Fantastic Casino in Albrook, Panama City, to honor the late journalist Felix Piñango. All 3 judges, Jesus Aleman (77-74), Bolivar Arauz (78-73) and Fernando Murray (76-75) scored the fight in favor of Nuñez.

By Héctor Villarreal In a very competitive fight, Panamanian superfeather Ricardo “El Científico” Nuñez (18-2, 16 KOs), ranked 6th by WBA, had to go to the distance for only the…
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Nico Hernandez returns Saturday

2016 Olympic bronze medalist Nico Hernandez returns to the ring this Saturday night for his third professional fight, headlining “KO Night Boxing: Step Up!”, at Hartman Arena in Park City, Kansas. Hernandez (2-0, 2 KOs), fighting out of Wichita, has a new opponent in the six-round main event, Kyrgyzstan flyweight Basyzbek Baratov (2-1-2).

Also a pair of undefeated Roc Nation Sports fighters, New Haven (CT) featherweight Tramaine “The Mighty Midget” Williams (12-0, 5 KOs) and Chinese heavyweight Zhilei “Big Bang” Zhang (17-0, 13 KOs), will be showcased. USBA No. 2-rated Williams faces Derrick Murray (13-2 (5 KOs) in the 10-round co-feature. Zhang meets veteran Byron “The Bear” Polley (30-21-1, 13 KOs) in a 10-round bout. Continue reading “Nico Hernandez returns Saturday”

2016 Olympic bronze medalist Nico Hernandez returns to the ring this Saturday night for his third professional fight, headlining “KO Night Boxing: Step Up!”, at Hartman Arena in Park City,…
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Wilson faces Russell Saturday in Oregon

By Ricardo Ibarra

Undefeated cruiserweight Mike “White Delight” Wilson (17-0, 8 KOs) will look for his eighteenth consecutive win on Saturday night at the Jackson County Expo in his hometown of Central Point, Oregon, taking on Kentucky’s Melvin Russell (10-2-2, 6 KOs). Fighting in main event of the eighth ‘Rogue Valley Rumble’ card organized by White Delight Promotions, Wilson will face Russell in a scheduled ten rounder, headlining at home for the eighth time in two years. Continue reading “Wilson faces Russell Saturday in Oregon”

By Ricardo Ibarra Undefeated cruiserweight Mike “White Delight” Wilson (17-0, 8 KOs) will look for his eighteenth consecutive win on Saturday night at the Jackson County Expo in his hometown…
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West returns after three years

Two-time female world champion Keliesha “Wild Wild” West – after a three year absence – returns to the ring this Saturday in the main event of “World Fighting Championship 79” at the Agua Caliente Casino in Rancho Mirage. Featherweight Ryan Caballero, brother of former world champion Randy Caballero, and local fan favorite featherweight Javier Padilla will also be in action. Continue reading “West returns after three years”

Two-time female world champion Keliesha “Wild Wild” West – after a three year absence – returns to the ring this Saturday in the main event of “World Fighting Championship 79”…
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Kreiskott plans one last bout

On October 14, heavyweight Werner Kreiskott (24-19-2, 17 KOs) enters the ring for the very last time, win or lose, in a defense of his WBF International belt at the Unihalle in Wuppertal, Germany. The 38-year-old Kreiskott is a real turnaround story going 12-0-1 with 8 KOs over the last five years after starting his 12-19-1. He is planning to stay in boxing as a promoter after he hangs up the gloves. The opponent is TBA.

On October 14, heavyweight Werner Kreiskott (24-19-2, 17 KOs) enters the ring for the very last time, win or lose, in a defense of his WBF International belt at the…
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Weight from the Sugar House in Philly

By Kurt Wolfheimer at the scale

Joey Dawejko 239 vs. Demetrius Banks 207.4
Branden Pizarro 136.8 vs. Tyrone Luckey 137
Samuel Teah 140 vs. Istvan Dernanecz 134.6
Raymond Serrano 149.3 vs. Zack Ramsey 148.2
David Murray 176 vs. Attila Koros 174
Devin Haney 137.9 vs. Enrique Tinoco 136.3
Jeremy Cuevas 137.2 vs. Justin Savi 137.4
Angel Pizarro 122.6 vs. Joseph Cole 122.9
Ernesto Almodover 114.5 vs. Trevor Ballinger 118.5

Promoter: Hard Hitting Promotions
Venue: Sugar House Casino

By Kurt Wolfheimer at the scale Joey Dawejko 239 vs. Demetrius Banks 207.4 Branden Pizarro 136.8 vs. Tyrone Luckey 137 Samuel Teah 140 vs. Istvan Dernanecz 134.6 Raymond Serrano 149.3…
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Weights from Sacramento, CA

Courtesy Jim Jenkins, Sacramento Bee

Ryan Bourland 187 vs. Alfredo Contreras 188 (main event)
Malikai Johnson 126 vs. Tyrone Willis 127
Marco Delgado 175 vs. Aaron Hamilton 172
Arnold Duarte 170 vs. Nathan Sharp 173
Ruben Torres 151 vs. Cesar Lomeli 153.5
Tyler Marshall 129 vs. Manuel Munoz 128
Alexis Angels 121.5 vs. Jose Vargas 122

Date: Friday, Sept. 22.
Venue: Sacramento DoubleTree Hotel.
Promoter: Nasser Niavaroni, Uppercut Promotions

Courtesy Jim Jenkins, Sacramento Bee Ryan Bourland 187 vs. Alfredo Contreras 188 (main event) Malikai Johnson 126 vs. Tyrone Willis 127 Marco Delgado 175 vs. Aaron Hamilton 172 Arnold Duarte…
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Ramirez, Hart, Valdez, Servania make weight

Photo: Mikey Williams / Top Rank

Gilberto Ramirez 167.8 vs. Jesse Hart 167.7
(WBO super middleweight world title)

Photo: Mikey Williams / Top Rank

Oscar Valdez 125.8 vs. Genesis Servania 125.4
(WBO featherweight world title)

Egidijus Kavaliauskas 146.4 vs. Mahonry Montes 146.6
Lenny Zappavigna 147 vs. Fidel Monterrosa 145.4
Michael Conlan 126.6 vs. Kenny Guzman 125
Fazliddin Gaibnazarov 138.2 vs. Victor Rosas 137
Robson Conceicao 129.8 vs. Carlos Osorio 129.4
Mikaela Mayer 131.8 vs. Allison Martinez 131.8

Venue: Tucson Convention Center, Tucson, Arizona
Promoter: Top Rank
TV: ESPN

Gilberto Ramirez 167.8 vs. Jesse Hart 167.7 (WBO super middleweight world title) Oscar Valdez 125.8 vs. Genesis Servania 125.4 (WBO featherweight world title) Egidijus Kavaliauskas 146.4 vs. Mahonry Montes 146.6…
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Rosado-Tapia clash on Oct 19

Gabriel “King” Rosado (23-11, 13 KOs) and Glen “Jersey Boy” Tapia (23-4, 15 KOs) are set to collide in a battle between two experienced middleweights in the 10-round main event of the October 19 edition of Golden Boy Boxing on ESPN at Park Theater at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.

In the co-main event scheduled for 10 rounds, Alejandro “El Elegido” Barrera (27-3, 17 KOs), of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, will take on KeAndre “The Truth” Gibson (17-1-1, 7 KOs) in a welterweight fight.

Gabriel “King” Rosado (23-11, 13 KOs) and Glen “Jersey Boy” Tapia (23-4, 15 KOs) are set to collide in a battle between two experienced middleweights in the 10-round main event…
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