OKBET BOXING : Tonight, unbeaten Harold Calderon, has a record of 26-0, will compete in Miami
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At welterweight, southpaw Harold Calderon, who has a perfect record of 26-0 with 17 knockouts, will be making his comeback after an absence of 11 months to fight Argentine veteran Ezequiel Fernandez, who has a record of 28-5-1 with three knockouts, at the opulent Doubletree hotel in Miami, Florida. “King” Calderon has some high-quality equipment, but he will be up against a challenging opponent in the form of the part-time kickboxer Fernandez.
Despite the fact that the Rivalta Boxing fight card is sold out, it is still possible to watch it live for $19.99 on FiteTV. Calderon, who resides in Miami and is 35 years old, is a fan favorite who always brings in a large crowd. Famous people like as Dwanye Wade, Rick Ross, and Adrien Broner are often seen in the audience. Calderon will be seeking to make a statement against Fernandez as he continues his pursuit of a championship chance before the hands of time count him out. Fernandez will be Calderon’s opponent in this fight.
In a cruiserweight fight against Quintell Thompson, bare-knuckle combatant Ulysses “The Monster” Diaz, who has a record of 13-1 with 12 knockouts and holds the record for the quickest knockout in bare-knuckle boxing at 0:03, will be featured on the undercard, which is packed with action.
Another bare-knuckle combatant on the bill is heavyweight Gustavo Trujillo, 29, who is making his professional boxing debut after going 4-0 in bare-knuckle boxing and knocking out all of his opponents in the first round of each of those bouts. 140 pound boxer/puncher Ryan Martin, who has a record of 24-2 with 14 knockouts, will fight Colombian Carlos Padilla, who has a record of 18-12-1 with 12 knockouts, after losing a 12-round decision to contender Robert Easter Jr.
A 10-round bout will take place between unbeaten 122-pound prodigy Jorge Romero Jr., who has a record of 22-0-1 with 14 knockouts, and Argentine gatekeeper Julian Aristule, who has a record of 35-15 with 18 knockouts. In an excellent litmus test, Cuban lightweight contender Frank Zaldivar, who was 63-15 with 9 knockouts as an amateur, will square off against veteran Daulis Prescott, who has a record of 33-17 with 25 knockouts.
Zaldivar now has a record of 3-0 with 1 knockout. Also making his debut is highly rated Cuban heavyweight Fernando Cuza, who is 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 212 pounds. His opponent, Cody Kerr, is 2-0 with one knockout and is unbeaten. Another interesting fighter to keep an eye on is 126-pound southpaw Victor Abreu, who has a record of 1-0 with one knockout.
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