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Results from Friday’s ‘Solo Boxeo Tecate’ from Indio, CA

by on Jun.04, 2011, under Boxing News, Press Releases

INDIO, CA, June 3, 2011 — Golden Boy Promotions returned to the Palm Springs area this week with a six-fight event at the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino.  Golden Boy returns to Fantasy Springs on July 1 with East Los Angeles’ undefeated star Frankie Gomez (9-0, 7 KO’s) in the main event and Coachella valley fan favorite Randy Caballero (11-0, 7 KO’s) in the co-featured fight.  If you missed the live action or TeleFutura “Sólo Boxeo Tecate” broadcast, below is a summary of the results:

Leo Santa Cruz defeated Jose Lopez by Knockout 5 (continue reading…)

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Leo Santa Cruz vs. Jose “Carita” Lopez and Luis Ramos Jr. vs. Francisco Lorenzo Featured on Telefutura’s ‘Solo Boxeo Tecate’ June 3

by on Jun.03, 2011, under Boxing News, Press Releases

TELEFUTURA’S “SÓLO BOXEO TECATE” TO TELEVISE DOUBLE HEADER FROM FANTASY SPRINGS RESORT CASINO

Plus, 2004 U.S. Olympian Vicente Escobedo and Former World Champion Daniel Ponce De Leon To Host Meet & Greet From 4:00 – 6:00pm On The Casino Floor and The Tecate Boxing Museum Will Be Open From 4:00 – 7:00pm In Front Of The Special Events Center

LOS ANGELES, CA, June 2, 2011 – Fight fans will get a sizzling preview of Golden Boy Promotions’ hottest summer yet on Friday, June 3 at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, Calif. in a fight card stacked with Southern California talent.  In the TeleFutura “Sólo Boxeo Tecate” televised main event, Lincoln Heights’ unbeaten rising star Leo “Terremoto” Santa Cruz (15-0-1, 7 KO’s) looks to keep his “0″ intact against former World Champion Jose “Carita” Lopez (39-9-2, 32 KO’s) of Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico in an eight round bantamweight fight.

The televised co-feature pits another undefeated prospect, Santa Ana junior welterweight Luis Ramos Jr. (18-0, 8 KO’s) against former WBC Interim World Champion Francisco “El Ahogado” Lorenzo (36-9, 16 KO’s) in a compelling eight round battle. (continue reading…)

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Ticket Alert: Dannie Williams vs. Manuel Leyva Headline World Class Rumble Time Card Friday, April 15th, in St. Louis

by on Mar.29, 2011, under Boxing News, Press Releases

ST. LOUIS, MO, March 28, 2011 — World class professional boxing returns to St. Louis on Friday, April 16th as Rumble Time Promotions, Missouri’s Premier Boxing and MMA Promoters, presents BATTLE ON THE BANKS, a sensational evening of professional boxing and mixed martial arts at the Ameristar Casino Resort Spa in St. Charles.

Headlining BATTLE ON THE BANKS will be the return of St. Louis’ finest, ‘Dangerous’ Dannie Williams, taking on tough Mexican veteran Manuel Leyva for the WBC Lightweight Continental Americas Title in a scheduled twelve rounder. (continue reading…)

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Ticket Alert: Mike Mollo Headlines Windy City Fight Night 9 Friday, March 26th, at Chicago’s UIC Pavilion

by on Feb.24, 2010, under Boxing News, Press Releases

032610chiposterJason Robinson, David Latoria, Adrian Granados, Sergio Cristobal, Willie Hernandez and Efi Perez Featured on Sensational Undercard

CHICAGO, IL, February 24, 2010 — Chicagoland fan favorite, heavyweight Mike Mollo headlines ‘WINDY CITY FIGHT NIGHT 9,’ an outstanding evening of professional boxing, on Friday, March 26th at the UIC Pavilion, it was announced today by Dominic Pesoli’s 8 Count Productions, HOME OF THE BEST IN CHICAGO BOXING.

Advance tickets for ‘WINDY CITY FIGHT NIGHT 9,’ starting at $31 are available through Ticketmaster (www.ticketmaster.com), the UIC Pavilion Box Office (312-413-5740) and the 8 Count Productions’ Office (312-226-5800). (continue reading…)

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Windy City Fight Night 8 Offers Action-Packed Undercard

by on Jan.30, 2010, under Boxing News, Guest Columnists

Blood and Sweat Fly as Windy City Warriors Give their All

Andrej Fonfara (R) drives Adan Leal back into the ropes

Andrej Fonfara (R) drives Adan Leal back into the ropes

By Kerstin Broockmann

Photos by Scott Dray

CHICAGO, IL, January 29, 2010 – The cold and snow showers outside the UIC Pavilion could not lower the temperature inside, as fans were treated to a truly exciting evening of fights.  With several luminaries on hand to witness the action, including former Lightweight Champion David Diaz, Alderwoman Dorothy Brown, Chicago Bears Defensive Lineman Alex Brown, and heavyweight David Latoria, whose scheduled bout was cancelled due to a pre-existing medical condition that prevented his opponent from entering the ring.  It was a bloody, brutal night of boxing, with all the fighters showing plenty of heart and skill, from 50-plus fight veterans to 1-fight boxers hoping to kick-start their careers.  There were boxers and brawlers, cerebral and visceral strategists, offensive aggressors and slick counterpunchers. While obviously the range of experience and styles meant that some bouts appealed to some tastes more than others, few could be disappointed by the overall quality of the evening’s battles.

Kenny Galarza vs. Ilido Manuel Julio

Kenny Galarza (L) avoids a hook from Ilido Julio

Kenny Galarza (L) avoids a hook from Ilido Julio

The evening kicked off with an entertaining bout by two boxers who traveled some distance to make their mark in Chicago, as Kenny Galarza, 142 lbs., 11(11)-0-0, of Juan Diaz, Puerto Rico, set out to keep the ”0″ in his loss column against durable, battle-tested veteran Ilido Manuel Julio, 141 lbs., 39(35)-16(7)-1, of Cartegena, Columbia.

The game 38-year-old Ilido Julio did his best to keep the pressure on his younger, taller opponent, lunging in to land some stinging punches through the center of 24-year-old Kenny Galarza’s guard, but he was a bit flat-footed in the first round, and found himself struggling to stand in the wake of Galarza’s combinations.  Julio found himself down twice in the first round. The first time he appeared to lose his balance after an uppercut, which Galarza exploited by landing a hook as Julio fell to his knees. He was up quickly, but again fell after an uppercut later in the round—again appearing less hurt than off balance on impact.  Galarza picked his shots from the outside, coming over the top of Julio’s somewhat low guard with straight punches, and using effective hooks to the body and uppercuts whenever Julio pushed the action.

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