By Damon “Latinbox” Gonzalez

Charlie Serrano 124.8 vs. Robert De Luz 125.4

Super Middleweights
Zack Thomas 170 vs. Laurent Beden 169 (Debut)

Brian Chiary 165.6 vs. Alex Quiroga 169.4

Angel Abelo 128.8 vs. Daniel Harris 129.6

Inka Laleye 155.6 vs. Erix Quinteros 157.8

Super Middleweights
Jose Alonzo 168.2 vs. Mustafah Johnson 166.2

Super Flyweights
Felipe Castaneda 113.6 vs. Daniel Lozano 114.4

Venue: FightNight Promotions
Location: A La Carte Pavilion – Tampa, Fl. (7:00 p.m.)


Damon Gonzalez Report
Tampa, Florida – The seven card FightNight has been squared on the scale today for FightNight Productions in association with WingHouse, This Friday at the A La Carte Pavilion in Tampa, Florida. Featuring In the main event featherweights, The USA Florida State Champion Charlie Serrano (10-2, 2KO’S) currently rating with BoxRec.com No.#15 in the World will face Robert “No Lose” De Luz (13-31, 9KO’s) who is seeking supremacy in his long aging career will square off in an exciting match as Serrano will defend his State title for the first time.
An exciting card as follows Super Middleweight undefeated Jose “El Cheloman” Alonzo (11-0, 7KO’s) plans on marching right through Mustafah Johnson (8-10, 2KO’s) from Indiana, Middleweights Inka Laleye (3-1, 1KO) vs. Erix Quinteros (2-6), Featherweights Angel Abelo (3-3,1 KO) vs. Daniel Harris (1-0, 1KO), Middleweights Hometown Brian Chiary (10-6, 2KO’s) vs. Alex Quiroga (10-6, 5 KO’s), Super Flyweights Felipe Castaneda (5-1, 3KO’s) vs. Daniel Lozano (7-0, 5KO’s).



WHO: Joseph Agbeko vs. Abner Mares

IBF Bantamweight Champion WBC Silver Bantamweight Champion

28-2 (22 KO’s) 21-0-1 (13 KO’s)

Accra, Ghana Hawaiian Gardens, Calif.

By way of Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico

Vic Darchinyan vs. Yonnhy Perez

35-3-1 (27 KO’s) 20-1-1 (14 KO’s)

Sydney, Australia Santa Fe Springs, Calif.

By way of Vanadzok, Armenia By way of Cartagena, Colombia

Top prospects showcased on Martinez-Dzinziruk undercard

NEW YORK, NY (Feb. 2, 2011) – Some of the top prospects in boxing will be showcased March 12 on the hottest New England pro boxing show of the 21st century, “Diamond Elite,” live on HBO World Championship Boxing from MGM Grand Arena at Foxwoods in Mashantucket, Connecticut.

World Boxing Council (“WBC”) Emeritus and The Ring Magazine middleweight champion, 2010 Fighter of the Year Sergio “Maravilla” Martinez (46-2-2, 25 KOs), takes on World Boxing Organization (“WBO”) junior middleweight champion, Sergiy “Razor” Dzinziruk (37-0, 34 KOs), in the 12-round main event for the vacant World Boxing Council Diamond middleweight title.

The chief supporting fight is “Celtic War,” pitting exciting middleweights Andy Lee of Ireland and Scotland’s Craig McEwan, in the 10-round co-feature of ethnic rivalry, potentially offering world title shot implications for the winner.

Lee (24-1, 18 KOs) will enter the ring riding a nine-fight win streak since his lone career setback to Bryan Vera in 2008. Since then, though, the Emmanuel Steward-trained Irish banger has defeated James Cook, Willie Gibbs, Michael Walker, and former world title challenger Mamadou Thiam. Lee, a 2004 Irish Olympian now living in New York City, is ranked #5 by the WBA and #14 by the WBC.

McEwan (19-0, 10 KOs) was born and raised in Edinburgh, Scotland, but he now lives in Hollywood, California where he trains with world renowned trainer Freddie Roach, who is a native New Englander. McEwan is coming off the most significant victory of his career on July 23, 2010, when he took a decision from former world title challenger Danny Perez. McEwan also holds a victory over Vera, the only man to defeat Lee as a professional.

An array of undefeated, promising prospects round-out a loaded top-to-bottom card against opponents to soon be determined. Leading the way is explosive Dominican featherweight Javier “El Abejon” Fortuna (13-0, 10 KOs), who has the same head trainer as Martinez, Gabriel Sarmiento, in an 8-round bout. Fortuna had many people tabbing his as the next “Marvilla” after his last performance when he knocked out the previously undefeated Victor Valenzuela in a matter of minutes.

A pair of unbeaten junior middleweights with 2008 Olympian pedigrees will be in action, Demetrius “Boo Boo” Andrade (12-0, 8 KOs), of Providence, and Puerto Rican knockout specialist Jonathan “Montequilla” Gonzalez (11-0, 11 KOs), in separate matches.

Local favorite Ryan “The Polish Prince” Kielczewski (8-0, 2 KOs), a lightweight from Quincy, Massachusetts, fights February 9 in New York City but he is scheduled to come right back Mar. 12 for a scheduled 6-rounder at MGM Grand at Foxwoods. The 2008 National Golden Gloves Tournament runner-up has a growing legion of passionate fans in New England.

Greek heavyweight Soyna Lamonakis (3-0, 1 KO), a 4-time New York Golden Gloves champion now living in Turner Falls, Massachusetts, brings her crowd-pleasing style into the squared-circle in a 6-round match. Preparing for St. Patrick’s Day, Irish-American light heavyweight Seannie Monaghan (4-0, 3 KOs), fighting out of Long Island, puts his undefeated pro record on the line in a 4-round bout. Also fighting on the undercard in a 4-rounder is California welterweight Abraham Lopez (1-1).

“Diamond Elite: Martinez vs. Dzinziruk” will be presented by DiBella Entertainment in association with Gary Shaw Productions and Banner Promotions. Lee vs. McEwan will be presented by DiBella Entertainment in association with Golden Boy Promotions. Both bouts will be broadcast live on HBO’s World Championship Boxing beginning at 10:30pm ET / 7:30pm PT.

Tickets for “Diamond Elite: Martinez vs. Dzinziruk,” are priced at $450, $250, $125, $75, and $50 and on sale through the MGM Grand at Foxwoods box office. Tickets can be purchased online at http://www.mgmatfoxwood.com, by calling the MGM Grand at Foxwoods at 1-866-646-0609, or in person at the MGM Grand at Foxwoods box office.

For more information about DiBella Entertainment, including a list of all upcoming bouts, please visit http://www.dbe1.com, or follow Lou DiBella on twitter, @loudibella.

On tonight’s ShoBox (11p), The Freddie Roach-trained Lateef Kayode(L) is going for a 15th straight KO! But Nick “The Showstopper” Iannuzzi from Tampa has other plans.