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Front Row Left to Right: YC, Noah “Sting” Ng, Parker Chang, Jade Brewer
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Showtime has now made if officials, it is no longer in the boxing business after this year, and this will not benefit the sport at all. This leaves a big hole in a network where some of the bigger matches occurred, in particular after HBO left business.
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Tequila Mandala Young Champions MMA Bout
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April 13th Boxing Bouts
6-0 (2KO’s) Sonny “The Bear” Robledo returns on April 13th, this time Robledo will be fighting for the Fight Club OC/Tequila Mandala Young Champions Belt and against 4-1 (3KO’s) Tyrrell Washington from Mira Loma, CA 다운로드. This fight is set for six rounds in the Super Lightweight division and slated for the final bout of the evening.
4-2 (3KO’s) Fight Club OC veteran Michael Meyers returns against tough Mario Aguirre, a veteran of 24 fights. If you remember the Robledo vs. Meyers from last year you remember six rounds of back and forth action! Meyers plans on showing Fight Club OC fans another outstanding performance in the ring come April 13th.
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Wanting to give Southern California fight fans something no other promotion is giving, and to say thank you for the eleven straight Fight Club OC sold-out shows over the past two years, Fight Club OC announced today the Inaugural Fight Club OC Championship Tournament that will kickoff on Thursday, February 16th the Opening Night of the 13th season of Fight Club OC 정글플래셔 다운로드. The Fight Club OC Championship Tournament will see Championship Semi-Final Bouts, a Championship Bout and a Championship Belt awarded at all the Fight Club OC shows in 2023 다운로드. This tournament will also give young Southern California boxers the opportunity to win a championship belt early in their careers.
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The Inaugural Fight Club OC Championship Tournament will kick off on Thursday, February 16th with two semi-final bouts in the Lightweight Division that will see Juan De Dios Avila, facing Andres Gerardo and Darynn Leyva facing Percy Peterson.
“While the boxer’s records are important, I felt that the action that our boxers will deliver, battling for a beautiful belt, is just as important and will give our fans the excitement they want,” said Englebrecht.
Below are your six fights for February 16th, Opening Night of Fight Club OC 2023. Tickets to all of the six 2023 Fight Club OC shows are now live and available online at www.socafights.com.
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MMA fans in attendance will see the Pro Debut of Jeungjoo Choi out of Combative Submission Wrestling in Fullerton, training under local Fight Club OC standout Curtis Millender. Choi takes on Bryen Dao from Norwalk a veteran of 2 professional fights in our featured MMA bout set at 145lbs. Also fighting MMA on Dec 1st will be Lance Lee from Long Beach as he takes on Yannick Krahenbuhl from Huntington Beach, this bout is also set at 145lbs.
Back to boxing when 4-0-1 (2KO) Tayden “The Butcher” Beltran returns to the Fight Club OC ring to face 2-3 Trenton Gibson from San Antonio, TX in another 6 round boxing battle. 1-0 (1KO) Antonio Garcia from Anaheim is back in the Fight Club OC ring as he takes on Josias Ortega who will be making his professional debut Dec 1st. Then in our opening bout we have “Mr. Thursday Night” himself, 1-0 Curtis Millender back in the ring to box again this time against Francisco Alfaro standing at 3-4 (3KO’s).
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