Christian “MachTime” Camacho returns on Boxeo Telemundo

Miami, Fla: The full undercard for Boxeo Telemundo Ford summer series finale is set for this Friday. Local fan favorite Christian “Macho Time” Camacho(8-1) is making his return, 6 rounds against Jonathan “Zurdo” Lecona(18-24-4) of Mexico City, Mexico. Camacho is the son of the late, Hector “Macho” Camacho who was an idol among the Puerto Rican community with a Hall Of Fame career.

“If all goes well after Friday night’s win, ill be one step closer to fighting for a regional belt in my hometown of Kissimmee” – stated Christian Camacho

Top Rank prospect Henry “Moncho” Lebron(9-0 7 KO’s) of Moca, Puerto Rico faces Edward Kakembo(10-7 3 KO’s) of Kampala, Uganda over 6 rounds. Lebron will try to keep his knockout streak alive after winning his last 3 bouts within the distance.

Also in action, Stablemate Orlando “El Zurdo De Oro” Gonzalez(11-0 8 KO’s) of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico squares off against veteran Aldimar Silva(21-17 13 KO’s) of Brazil over 6 rounds.

Featherweight of nearby Palm Bay, Florida Marco “Cheque” Diaz(2-0 2 KO’s) faces Jostin Ortiz-Maysonett(1-0 1 KO) of Vega Alta, Puerto Rico in a 4 round bout.

“The Magic” Alamo vs “Bufon” Briceno airs this Friday July 26th 11:35EST/10:35 CT Check local listings on Telemundo. 8 bouts scheduled, doors open at 7pm, first fight 8pm. Tickets still available on ticketmaster.com or visiting the box office at Osceola Heritage Park.

CINTRON-ETO 2 THIS FRIDAY IN KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ON BOXEO TELEMUNDO

Kissimmee, Florida – WBO #3, Latino champion Jeyvier Cintron(10-0 5 KO’s) of Bayamon, Puerto Rio facing WBO #2 rated Koki Eto (24-4-1 19 KO’s) of Japan in a 10 round WBO Elimination bout. The winner will be the mandatory challenger to newly crowned WBO super flyweight champion Kazuto Ioka. Cintron-Eto II is a rematch bout of their May 25th fight in the same venue that ended in a no decision due to an accidental headbutt that ended the fight. The ruling of the contest was a no decision.

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The @worldboxingorg WBO NABO @wbonabo Super Lightweight Champion Yomar “The Magic” Alamo @team_themagic (16-0, 12 KO’s) from Aguas Buenas

Puerto Rico will Returns to the ring on Friday August 2, 2019 at the @ohp_venues Osceola Heritage Park, Kissimmee, Florida. Presented by All Star Boxing, Inc. Broadcasted live On Boxeo Telemundo. @boxeotelemundo @ohp_venues @tutozabalajr @clovis_25 @rubendj0302 #boxeo #sports @experiencekissimmee

Williams Stops Harris

Austin ‘Ammo’ Williams (3-0 3 KOs) continues to impress in the infancy of his pro career, and the 20 year old made it three first round KO wins since making his bow in April, with a crunching left hook to the body folding Jabrandon Harris. “I hit him pretty hard. I knew that when I landed the shot that it would be the end of the fight. I knew it right then, and it I like it cause I’m getting more experience as a fighter.

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Williams Beats Vicente by Decision

Tramaine Williams (19-0 6 KOs) landed the vacant WBO NABO and USBA Super-Bantamweight championships with a points win over Yenifel Vicente in a hard-fought clash. Vicente had a point taken off in both the sixth and seventh rounds of the battle for low blows, with Williams now targeting the big guns at 122lbs after getting the nod on all three cards 97-91 twice and 96-92.

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RAMIREZ DELIVERS STUNNING KO IN DALLAS WBC ruler KOs Hooker to unify Super-Lightweight division

Jose Ramirez delivered a stunning 6th round KO win over Maurice Hooker to unify the WBC and WBO World Super-Lightweight titles at College Park Center in Arlington, Texas, live on DAZN in the US and on Sky Sports in the UK.

Ramirez (26-0 17 KOs) and Hooker (26-1-3 17 KOs) had promised a great fight in the Lone Star State, and they did not disappoint as the fight caught fire immediately with Hooker down in the first, claiming a slip as Ramirez appeared to have accidentally trod on his foot. That early fire didn’t die down, with fans of both men on their feet as the relentless pace from Ramirez was met by dangerous counter-punching by Hooker.

But it was the Californian that capitalized on the lightening start, staggering Hooker with a left-hook and not letting the local favorite off the hook as he threw ferocious unanswered shots with Hooker on the ropes, with the referee stepping in to end a thrilling bout.

“I am very happy,” said Ramirez. “This just lets me know that I am on the right track to becoming a better fighter, a better professional. I am ready for anyone now. 

“I felt very confident within my skills just like any fighter. A real champion has faith in themselves. I believe in my team, I believe in myself. I came here with one mission: to become the unified champion and I did it. I am the very best guy.

“Robert told me, I know you like brawl. But Mo is a good fighter and he’s going to try to box you because he is a very smart fighter. But what I did was came in different, I surprised him. He landed good shots but they were on my forehead, not the right placement. But he didn’t land his best right hand. I had to be very careful in there.

“I went back to my fundamentals. Working my jab, and I was closing the distance. Then when I got in range, I gave him that 1-2 jab that just works so well for me.

“I signed up to fight against the top fighters. Me and Hooker stepped up to make this happen. They have to do it because it is a tournament.”

“The first knockdown didn’t affect me,” said Hooker. “I just knew I had to come back and use my jab. When he had me on the ropes, he didn’t really catch me with anything. I was blocking everything.

“I just lost focus for a quick second. I was playing around with my jab hand and I lost focus. That just shows you, one second with a top fighter can change everything.”

Tevin Farmer (30-4-1 ) retained his IBF World Super-Featherweight title with a dominant points win over mandatory challenger Guillaume Frenois.

Farmer banked the first half of the fight, investing in the body and displaying dazzling defensive skills in the sixth round, the same session where a low blow saw Frenois need to take some time out of the action. Farmer strayed low again in the tenth round and was penalized by the referee, but the Philly champ had banked too many rounds for the French challenger to threat 119-108 and 116-111 twice.

“I came out here and I did what I had to do,” said Farmer. “My right hand is always messed up. I come in here and I keep winning. I did an excellent 12 rounds. I came in and fought all 12 rounds. I don’t care about the crowd, I came in here, I fight, I win, get my money, and I go back to my family. You love me or hate me. I think it was speed and my IQ that won me the fight.

“Gervonta Davis says he wants Tevin Farmer then Leonard Ellerbe says something else. I’m moving forward from that fight. If I can’t get that fight, give me JoJo Diaz.”

Tramaine Williams (19-0 6 KOs) landed the vacant WBO NABO and USBA Super-Bantamweight championships with a points win over Yenifel Vicente in a hard-fought clash. Vicente had a point taken off in both the sixth and seventh rounds of the battle for low blows, with Williams now targeting the big guns at 122lbs after getting the nod on all three cards 97-91 twice and 96-92.

“B minus, C, I could have done better, always could do better,” said Williams. “It was part of the of the game plan to try and get in the grove and fight his game off. I didn’t want him getting comfortable and fighting his fight.

“Usually having fun means you did a good job. He could see me having fun so he was pushing my head low and hitting me low.”

Austin ‘Ammo’ Williams (3-0 3 KOs) continues to impress in the infancy of his pro career, and the 20 year old made it three first round KO wins since making his bow in April, with a crunching left hook to the body folding Jabrandon Harris.

“I hit him pretty hard. I knew that when I landed the shot that it would be the end of the fight. I knew it right then, and it I like it cause I’m getting more experience as a fighter.

“I’ve been in the gym with guys who you can hit 1,000 times in the head and it doesn’t do anything but you go downstairs and it’s glass. I’m still new. I’m absolutely still new. My armory only has a couple of guns in it right now. 

“The first thing I want to say to my fans, if you look to me for inspiration: follow your dreams, live your passion and take those risks. Don’t let life take you where it wants, you have to do it.”

Joey Dawejko (20-7-4 11 KOs) Rodney Hernandez went toe-to-toe for the second time in their careers, and after a split draw in April 2017, this time Dawejko came out on top on the cards, 98-92, 96-94, 96-94.

“I did enough to win,” said Dawejko. “He was running from me so it was hard. That dude can fight.

“I wasn’t expecting that, last time he brought it and we banged it out. It was last minute opponent and I was training for Gassiev. I still want that fight. I’m definitely ready for bigger names.”

Nikita Ababiy (6-0 5 KOs) went the distance for the first time as a pro, winning every round against Yunier Calzada, the Chechen Wolf Arthur Biyarslanov (4-0 4 KOs) kept up his 100 per cent KO record with a third round stoppage win and Darius Bagley (1-0) kicked off his pro career with a 39-37 win over Carlos Dixon in the show opener.

Photo credits: Ed Mulholland/Matchroom Boxing USA 📸

Weights Hollywood Fight Nights

Weights Hollywood Fight Nights

Tom Loeffler

Super Welterweights

Serhii Bohachuk 152.6 🆚 Fernando Marin 153.4 lbs.

Lightweights

Mario Ramos 134.2 🆚 Emmanuel Castro 134 lbs.

Cruiserweights

Marco Deckmann 192 🆚 Keith Berry 192.2 lbs.

Super Featherweights

Adrian Corona 129.2 🆚 Francisco Camacho 129.8 lbs.

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MAIN EVENT: Bohachuk vs Marin at the VIP Boxing Experience. #HollywoodFightNights

Bohachuk 14-0 (14KOs) while Marin is 16-3 having won his last for fights by KO. #FIREWORKS

SUNDAY JULY 28TH

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CALDERON WIPES OUT PEREZ IN OPENING ROUND BY TKO VICTORY

Report: Damon “Latinbox” Gonzalez – Ringside

Miami, Florida- In the main event at the sold out Miccosukee Resort & Gaming Dome – Miami, Florida. Presented by Laura Ching – M & R Boxing Promotions. Highly talented welterweight Harold “King” Calderon (21-0, 14 KO’s) from Miami, Florida. waisted no time jumping on Diego Perez (13-8-1, 11 KO’s) catching him with hard blows follow by a crushing right hand that sends Perez down to the canvas as referee Samuel Burgos seen enough calling a holt to the fight at the official time of 1:36 seconds of round one Calderon winner by TKO victory.

Super Welterweight Valerie Nocera (7-1-1) from Roma, Italia wins a four round unanimous decision by chopping down Daniel Placeres (8-2, 7 KO’s) who had his moments in the fight, but it was all Nocera a step ahead with landing shots, All three judges had it 40-36 for Nocera.

Heavyweight heavy puncher Raphael “Ethasor” Akpejiori (4-0, 4 KO’s) blasted Johan Lopez (0-1) ending his night at the official time of 2:59 seconds of round one by way of TKO victory for Akpejiori.

Super Bantamweight Mike “Magic” Plania (21-1, 11 KO’s) dominated Matias Arraigada (6-6, 3 KO’s) in a one-sided six round unanimous decision, Plania was just too strong pressing the action dropping Arraigada with a hard body shot keeping the pressure and coasting to the distance, all three judges score the bout 60-52 all for Plania.

Cruiserweight Hector Perez (5-2-2, 3 KO’s) crushed Patrick O’Reilly (0-1) with a hard shot that sent O’Reilly down ending his night at 1:23 seconds of round one by TKO victory for Perez.

Josec “Escorpion” Ruiz (20-2-3, 14 KO’s) in a dominating performance breaks down and stops Daulis Prescott with multiple body shots as referee Samuel Burgos waves of the fight at the official time 1:54 seconds of round five as Ruiz wins the NBA Americas Lightweight title.

Featherweight Alexis Callado (24-2, 21 KO’s) from Miami, Florida wins by DQ of fighter Ramon Esparanza (22-17-1, 11 KO’s) at 1:35 seconds of round four.

Bantamweight Melving “Melo” Lopez (21-0, 12 KO’s) waisted no time crushing Lucas Baez at .51 seconds of round one by TKO victory.

Welterweight Armando Alvarez (20-2, 12 KO’s) scores a unanimous decision victory over Gabriel Dos Santos (15-11, 11 KO’s) Judges official scores 80-71, 80-72 (2x) for Alvarez.

Super Welterweight Gilberto “Yoruba” Dos Santos (16-10, 12 KO’s) from Goias, Brazil took matters in own hands being the spoiler tonight beating highly favored John D. Martinez (11-2, 9 KO’s) finishing him off in a brutal battle at the official time of .43 seconds of round six by TKO victory for the Brazilian warrior. Martinez fought hard but just wasn’t enough sending Martinez down to the canvas with hard body shots in round two, four and six. Dos Santos winning the NBA Americas Super Welterweight Title.

Friday July 26, 2019

at the Miccosukee Resort & Gaming Dome – Miami, Florida.

Presented by Laura Ching – M & R Boxing Promotions

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