Golden Boy to Go Back to Back With Fight Club

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As the summer heats up, the fights at LA FIGHT CLUBwillbring non-stop action to downtown Los Angeles with two weekends of boxing onAugust 5 and August 19. First, headlining the August 5 cardCarlos “The Solution” Morales(13-1-3, 6 KOs) of Los Angeles will fight in a 10-round super featherweight main event. Returning to LA FIGHT CLUB for the third time, Los Angeles transplant Gilberto “El Flaco” Gonzalez (27-3, 22 KOs) of Mexico City will face off in a 10-round lightweight main event for the August 19 edition of the popular series. Both events will be broadcast live nationally on Estrella TV’s Boxeo Estelar starting at 10:00 p.m. ET /7:00 p.m. PT and streamed live by The Ring TV beginning at 8:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. PT.
“Summer is a great time to enjoy live boxing in downtown Los Angeles as the city is filled with energy and excitement during those months, more so than any other time of the year,” said Oscar De La Hoya, Chairman and CEO of Golden Boy Promotions. “LA FIGHT CLUB has continuously produced some of the most entertaining boxing events in the area, and fans will have the opportunity to catch the action twice in one month with the August 5 and August 19 editions. Tickets will likely sell out so I recommend fans purchase them now before they are left out.”
On the August 5 undercard, Joet Gonzalez (13-0, 6 KOs) of Glendora, Calif. will face seasoned fighter Sergio “Micky” Lopez (19-11-1, 12 KOs) of Los Angeles in a 10-round featherweight co-main event. Los Angeles bragging rights will be on the line as two top prospects and veterans of LA FIGHT CLUB, Pablo “The Shark” Rubio Jr. (6-0, 3 KOs) of Whittier, Calif. will take on the tough Rafael “El Alikin” Gramajo (8-1-1, 2 KOs) of Los Angeles in a six-round all-action super bantamweight bout hoping to make air time on Estrella TV.
Also on the August 5 card, fighting on the RingTVLive.com live stream, Glendora, California’sJousce Gonzalez (1-0, 1 KOs) will fight his second professional bout against the experiencedDavid Montes (11-10, 8 KOs) of Las Cruces, N.M. in a four-round super featherweight bout.  Returning to Los Angeles, and fighting out of Francisco Vargas’ Feroz Fight Factory, Francisco Esparza (3-0) is scheduled for a four-round featherweight fight also part of the The Ring TV live stream. Opponents will be announced shortly.
The August 19 card will feature undefeated super featherweight prospect Ivan “Striker” Delgado (9-0-1, 2 KOs) taking on the tough Alejandro Ochoa (7-11-2, 1 KO) of Santa Ana, Calif. in an eight-round co-main event. Also on the card, rising star Alexis Rocha (3-0, 2 KOs) also of Santa Ana, Calif. will face Israel “Isra” Villela (4-2, 1 KO) in a four-round welterweight bout hoping to make airtime on Estrella TV.
Tickets for LA FIGHT CLUB starting at only $20 with Flex Passes for multiple fight packages, Group Tickets and Knockout Experience upgrade are available for purchase now atwww.goldenboypromotions.com, the Golden Boy Promotions Facebook page, by calling 213-233-2957 or by emailing LAFightClub@goldenboypromotions.com.  Mark your calendars and purchase tickets in advance before they sell out for the remaining summer dates taking placeAugust 5August 19September 2 and October 7.
AUGUST 5 FEATURED FIGHTERS:
A three-year professional, Carlos “The Solution” Morales got off to a shaky start in his career in 2012, but once the calendar shifted to 2013, “The Solution” has been unstoppable winning 10 straight bouts. Morales once again proved his rising star status last September when he knocked out the tough O’Nell “La Bestia” Negron in the seventh round of their eight-round bout at LA FIGHT CLUB. Morales was last seen in the ring on Feb. 19 defeating Omar “Heroe” Tienda via unanimous decision. Now the rising contender will be looking to add another victory to his record when he headlines the August 5 edition of the Los Angeles based popular series.
Nicknamed “The Shark,” 19-year-old super bantamweight Pablo Rubio Jr. has been a terror to all opponents he’s faced since turning professional in 2015. Rubio has impressively taken on and defeated Bryan Perez Nevarez, Juan Carlos Benavides and Jorge Perez in 2016. A Belasco Theater veteran who has fought all his professional fights at the venue in Los Angeles, Rubio will be looking to win over the Coachella Valley fans when he takes on one of the toughest challenges of his career in Rafael Gramajo on August 5.
Winner of seven straight bouts, Westside Boxing Club star and super bantamweight Rafael “El Alikin” Gramajo makes his third appearance of 2016 after handing Sharone Carter his first professional loss in March, and defeating Harold Ryes via unanimous decision on June. Grajamo will be looking to continue the momentum when he takes on undefeated prospects Pablo Rubio Jr. on August 5.
Always swift in the ring, Glendora, California’s Joet Gonzalez has so far taken on the likes of Marcos “No Money” Rios, Miguel “Yaqui” Tamayo, and Jose Angel “Pepe” Beranza in his hopeful boxing career. After his latest knockout last November at LA FIGHT CLUB, this undefeated fighter maintained his undefeated status, opening up the Cinco de Mayo weekend festivities against Ricardo Proano of Chihuahua, Mexico on May 6, defeating the fighter via unanimous decision. Gonzalez will now be looking to keep the momentum going when he is set to face Sergio Lopez on August 5.
An experienced boxer with over 30 fights under his belt, Sergio “Micky” Lopez has been a busy fighter since his professional debut in 2005. Taking on tough opposition throughout his career, Lopez has faced top talent on his climb up the featherweight ladder.  He has been seen inside the ring against Cesar Vazquez, Daniel Ramirez, Victor Betancourt and top prospects Alejandro Luna and Toka Khan Clary.  In his most recent fight, Lopez secured a victory against Victor Serrando in January 2016 and will be looking to continue the momentum when he faces Joet Gonzalez on August 5.
Jousce Gonzalez is part of a fighting family that includes his brothers, undefeated professional Joet Gonzalez, amateur standout JonJairo, and sister Jajaira, one of the top amateurs in the country rated number one in the junior welterweight and number 2 in the lightweight divisions. After a stellar amateur career, Glendora’s Gonzalez will entered the professional ring for the first time on April 15 in a four round lightweight opening up the night at LA FIGHT CLUB via first round knockout of Noe Munoz Perez. Now, Gonzalez will be looking to add a second victory to his record when he takes on the experienced David Montes on August 5.
Not a stranger to the Los Angeles crowd, David Montes is determined to impress on August 5 in his second outing to LA FIGHT CLUB against decorated amateur and new professional boxer Jousce Gonzalez. In his first and most recent fight of 2016, Montes took on Tenochtitlan “T-Dog” Nava on June 3, losing a tough fight via decision. Now the experienced fighter will be looking for redemption when he steps into the ring on August 5.
Las Vegas based Francisco Esparza, who trains with former World Champion and future Hall of Famer “El Feroz” Fernando Vargas, will seek his fourth professional win in a featherweight match scheduled for four rounds. Esparza made his professional debut against Carlos Gonzalez with a victory via unanimous decision on Sept. 18, 2015 and quickly followed that up with another additional decision victories over Jose Rodriguez on November 20 and Antonio Martinez on February 2016.  Set to come back to the Belasco Theater for the third time, Esparza will be looking to impress the Los Angeles fans that have supported him from his first fight at the venue.
 
AUGUST 19 FEATURED FIGHTERS:
Hailing from Mexico City, Gilberto “El Flaco” Gonzalez has made a steady climb and has proven to be one of Mexico’s top talents to watch out for. Making his way through the super lightweight division since turning professional in 2005, and having impressive wins over 15-0 Puerto Rico’s Jeffrey Fontanez and David “Nene” Rangel, “El Flaco” has been turning heads and grabbing the attention outside the local boxing scene in Mexico. The former Youth WBC Youth World Lightweight Champion made his debut in the United States, knocking out Hevinson Herrera in the third round. In his last outing, Gonzalez took on Luis “El Vampiro” Arceo on April 1, 2016 defeating Arceo via sixth-round technical knockout.

Unbeaten in nine professional bouts, local favorite Ivan “Striker” Delgado will make his second 2016 appearance in the ring at LA FIGHT CLUB on August 19. The 25-year-old stayed busy in 2015, winning all five bouts, four of which were LA FIGHT CLUB victories. Delgado has stayed local, building up his name and reputation on the Southern California boxing circuit, including a win by unanimous decision against Angel Albelo at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena on the Herrera vs. Lundy undercard on July 11. In his first outing of 2016, Delgado defeated Jesus Sandoval via unanimous decision on March 4 and will be looking to continue his winning streak against the tough Alejandro Ochoa on August 19.
A busy an experienced fighter, Alejandro Ochoa is known around the boxing circuit as a tough fighter who has won several fights against highly touted prospects. A professional since 2007 the 26-year is an experienced fighter with more than 83 total professional rounds under his belt and a reputation for his aggressive style that will give any fighter a tough time. 2015 was a busy year for a Ochoa as went the distance with Isaac Dogboe, Luis Sedano and rising prospect Kevin “K-Smoove” Rivers Jr, and most recently lost via second round knockout against Christian “Chimpa” Gonzalez. In his first fight of 2016, Ochoa will look to start of the year with a victory when he takes on Ivan “Striker” Delgado on August 19.
The youngest fighter to ever take home the gold from the Junior Olympics in 2012, Alexis Rochahas been the talk of the boxing world since becoming a six-time national champion during his amateur career. As the younger brother ofcurrent WBC Silver Featherweight Champion, Ronny Rios, the six-time national champion signed a promotional contract with Golden Boy Promotions in 2016. The young standout Rocha made his professional debut in March via third-round knockout over Jordan Rosario. Since then, Rocha defeated Abdel Vera on May 6 via first round knockout at the Toshiba Plaza in Las Vegas and went the distance for the first time in his career to secure an unanimous decision victory against Anthony Woods on June 4. Now, set to face Isreal Villela on August 19, Rocha will be looking to maintain his perfect record intact.
A professional since 2015, Israel “Isra” Villela is a new fighter who has enjoyed his share of success thus far. A winner of 4 of his six bouts, Villela knows there is still time to improve his record in order to achieve his dream of becoming a world champion. Villela will make his third outing of 2016 when he takes on Alexis Rocha on August 19, having already shared the ring with Jesus Portillo in February and Jorge Garcia in March.
Media interested in attending the August 5 and August 19 installments of LA FIGHT CLUB must be pre-approved for credentials. Credential applications will be available shortly. Media will not be credentialed on-site, no exceptions.
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Vyacheslav Shabranskyy Faces Paul Parker on June 30th’s Golden Boy Live! from Philly

LOS ANGELES (June 23) – Undefeated star Vyacheslav “Lion Heart – Chingonsky” Shabranskyy (13-0, 11 KOs) of Los Angeles will return to the ring after a stellar performance on March 12, going up against the undefeated Paul Parker (7-0, 4 KOs)of Toledo, Ohio in the 10-round cruiserweight main event for Golden Boy Live! on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Deportes on June 30. Live from the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, Shabranskyy will be looking to continue his winning streak alongside of some of the east coast’s undefeated fighters.

In the co-main event, undefeated rising star, D’Mitrius Ballard (8-0, 7 KOs) of Washington D.C. will take on Josue Obando (11-5, 9 KOs) of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico in a six-round light heavyweight fight; and fellow undefeated Washington D.C. boxer Lamont Roach Jr. (7-0, 3 KOs) will face San Antonio’s Christian Santibanez (3-4, 2 KOs) in a six-round lightweight televised bout. Fighting to make airtime, local fighter Damon Allen (6-0, 2 KOs) will go head-to-head against Luis “Yeye” Rodriguez (3-4, 2 KOs) of Carolina, Puerto Rico in a six-round super lightweight swing bout.

In non-televised undercard, super featherweight Kevin “K-Smoove” Rivers, Jr. (11-0, 8 KOs) of Cheverly, Maryland will face Luis “Lichito” Lizarraga Jr. (5-4-1, 2 KOs) in a six-round battle; and. Also hailing from Philadelphia, Victor Vasquez (18-9-1, 8 KOs) will go up against Puerto Rican fighter Edgardo Torres (2-4, 2 KOs) in a non-televised six-round lightweight bout. Opening up the night, South Korea native and Philadelphia transplant GangYong Kim (4-1) will fight new opponent Tyrone Luckey (5-4-2, 5 KOs) of Middletown, New Jersey in a four-round lightweight bout.

Tickets for the event are priced at $75 and $50 and are on sale now by calling (215) 568-2400, (215) 364-9000 or (215) 765-0922 and on online at www.wanatix.com or www.peltzboxing.com, and at the 2300 Arena, 2300 S. Swanson St., Philadelphia, PA 19148.

Coming off of an impressive technical knockout victory over Fabiano Pena to gain the USNBC Light Heavyweight title on March 12, Vyacheslav “Lion Heart – Chigonsky” Shabranskyy is looking to continue his winning streak in 2015. A native of Zhytomyr, Ukraine and now making his home in Los Angeles, Shabranskyy is a powerful puncher who put together an impressive 2014 campaign, facing and quickly defeating: Lamont Williams, Paul Vasquez, Michael Gbenga, Demetrius Walker, Emil Gonzalez and Garrett Wilson.

Fighting out of Toledo, Ohio, Paul Parker has made a name for himself in his hometown stopping every opponent since his professional debut in 2012. The relative newcomer most recently faced Brian Holstein in August of 2014, winning the fight by knockout in the first round. Previously, Parker fought four times in 2013 defeating Dwayne Williams, Darryl Johnson, James Shorter and Joshua Skipper along the way. Now, is his toughest fight to date, Parker will be looking to continue his winning streak when he faces Vyacheslav Shabranskyy on June 30.

A decorated amateur star, the professional run of D’Mitrius Ballard thus far has been nothing short of spectacular. Just 22 years old, Ballard has shown power, speed and ring generalship all while exciting fans from New York to Texas to his home of Washington, D.C. Coming off a 70- second knockout of Jason Zabokrtsky in March, Ballard is chasing after more spectacular finishes this year.
Making his U.S. debut, from Gudalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, Josue Obando, will be looking to impress critics in his first fight of 2015. Having last seen the ring in November of 2014 against Bruno Sandoval, Obando is a hungry fighter looking for redemption. The fighter was undefeated in 2013, winning his fights against Jorge Lujan and Felipe Macias via knockout. June 30, will be a test for Obando as he looks to start off 2015 with a victory when he faces D’mitrius Ballard.

Nineteen-year-old lightweight phenom Lamont Roach Jr. has been a dazzling force in the ring following an impressive amateur career and as he piles up the wins, boxing insiders see him as a young man with world championship potential. Looking to test himself once again in his return to the 2300 Arena where he stopped Herbert Quartey in January, Roach is ready for anyone placed in front of him in the ring.

After two hard losses at the beginning of his professional career in 2013, Christian Santibanez was triumphant in his only fight of 2014 against Daniel Arriaga in his hometown of San Antonio, Texas. Already in 2015, Santibanez has participated in in four fights, boasting two victories over Jose Dolores and Ivan Moreno in Coahuila de Zaragoza, Mexico. After a tough loss to Ruslan Madiev at Fantasy Springs Resort & Casino in Indio, Calif., Santibanez will look to defeat Lamont Roach Jr. this month at the 2300 Arena.

Damon Allen of Philadelphia is a relative newcomer to the sweet science. Allen last fought in 2014 respectively defeating Antony Linenfelser via technical knockout and Hector Marengo via unanimous decision. A professional boxer since 2012, the 20-year old will be making his 2015 debut after a year out of the ring.

With a strong professional debut in June 2012, Puerto Rican fighter Luis Rodriguez won his first three fights against Israel Muniz, Luis Oritz, and Luis Guzman, and was defeated by Jose Santiago. Rodriguez made his U.S. debut in 2015 against Mykal Fox in Washington D.C., and followed up with fights against Kenneth Sims. Jr. at Madison Square Gardens in New York and Keenan Smith in Atlantic City.

Undefeated since his professional debut in 2012, Kevin “K-Smoove” Rivers, Jr. of Cheverly, Maryland is eager to get back in the ring after an impressive technical knockout victory over Stephon McIntyre in January of this year. The fighter has been steadily moving up the ranks accumulating wins over other stand-out prospects, Xavier Montelongo and Karl Garcia in 2014. Now the 24-year-old fighter is ready to continue his winning streak in his second fight of 2015.

Hailing from Merida, Mexico, Luis “Lichito” Lizarraga Jr., the 21-year-old made his professional debut in February 2012 against Alfonso Millan in his hometown. Consistently fighting in Mexico since his debut, Lizarraga made his American debut in October 2014 when he faced tough opponent Diego De La Hoya at Fantasy Springs Resort and Casino in Indio, Calif. With a loss to De La Hoya and to Christopher Diaz in February 2015 at the Sun Dome in Tampa. Florida, Lizarraga is eager to face Kevin Rivers in one of the toughest fights of his career yet.

Philadelphia native Victor Vasquez is an experienced fighter looking to impress in his second fight of 2015. The lightweight fighter was last seen in the ring in March, defeating Jose L. Guzman via fourth-round technical knockout. The fighter is looking to keep the momentum going and add another win to his record when he fights Edgardo Torres on June 30.

Vineland, New Jersey’s Edgardo Torres made his professional debut in April 2011 against Korey Sloane at Caesars in Atlantic City. After a win against Anthony Cusumano in 2012, Torres fell victim to tough opponents: Scott Burrell in 2013, Evincii Dixon in 2014, and most recently GangYong Kim at the 2300 Arena in May 2015. On June 30, he will return to the venue looking for redemption as he takes on Philly native Victor Vasquez.

GangYong Kim, a Philly transplant from South Korea, is a newcomer to the sport who was last seen in his USA debut at the 2300 Arena on May 8, defeating Edgardo Torres via unanimous decision. The 26-year-old fighter will be looking to impress the fans of his new hometown when he faces Tyrone Luckey in a four-round lightweight bout at the 2300 Arena.

Tyrone Luckey, the 30-year-old hailing from Middletown, New Jersey, made his professional debut in 2010 knocking out his first four opponents. In July 2011, Luckey was defeated by Bryne Green in a close six-round decision and followed up with a draw against Ramon Ellis, a loss against a Tevin Farmer, and a knock out against Bryan Acaba to round out 2012. After two tough losses to Wahid Raheem and Jason Sosa in 2013 and a draw against Jose Ortiz in 2015, Luckey will look to comeback against Gang Yong Kim this month in Philadelphia.

Vyacheslav Shabranskyy vs. Paul Parker is a 10-round cruiserweight bout promoted by Golden Boy Promotions in association with Joe Hand Promotions and sponsored by Corona Extra, and Mexico – Live It To Believe It! Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the first bell rings at 6:45 p.m. The FOX Sports 1 and FOX Deportes broadcast airs live at 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT.

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Golden Boy Live! Lands in Philly June 30th Feat. Vyacheslav Shabranskyy & D’Mitrius Ballard In Separate Bouts

LOS ANGELES (May 22) – Golden Boy Live! on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Deportes returns to Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, on Tuesday, June 30 for a special night of boxing from the 2300Arena.  In the main event, current USNBC Light Heavyweight Champion Vyacheslav “Lion Heart – Chingonskyy” Shabranskyy (13-0, 11 KOs) of Los Angeles is scheduled for a 10-round light heavyweight bout. In the co-main event, east coast undefeated rising star, D’Mitrius Ballard (9-0, 8 KOs) of Washington D.C., will fight in an eight-round light heavyweight matchup. Opening up the telecast Lamont Roach Jr. (7-0, 3 KOs) will face Christian Santibanez (3-4, 2 KOs) of San Antonio, Texas in a six-round lightweight event.
 
In the non-televised undercard, in a trio of respective six-round bouts, super featherweight Kevin “K-Smoove” Rivers, Jr. (11-0, 8 KOs) of Cheverly, Maryland, super lightweight Damon Allen (6-0, 2 KOs) of Philadelphia, and lightweight Victor Vasquez (18-9-1, 8 KOs) also of Philadelphia. Opening up the night, South Korea native Gang Yong Kim (4-1) fights in his adopted hometown of Philly in a four-round lightweight bout. Opponents for all fights will be announced shortly.
 
Tickets for the event are priced at $50 and $75 and are on sale now by calling (215) 568-2400, (215) 364-9000 or (215) 765-0922, online at www.wanatix.com or www.peltzboxing.com, and at the 2300Arena, 2300 S. Swanson St., Philadelphia, PA 19148.
 
“Golden Boy Promotions is happy to return to Philadelphia for this exciting night of fights on June 30,” said Oscar De La Hoya, Founder and President of Golden Boy Promotions. “Philadelphia is a fight fan’s town, with a rich boxing history, so I’m thrilled to return to the city for this event for Golden Boy Live!”
 
“I am excited to be fighting as the main event for Golden Boy Live! on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Deportes,” said Vyacheslav Shabranskyy. “This will be my first headlining event and I am ready to entertain and prove to all the fans in Philadelphia that I am worthy of my title and am a serious contender in the light heavyweight division.” 
 
Coming off of an impressive technical knockout victory over Fabiano Pena to gain the USNBC Light Heavyweight title on March 12, Vyacheslav “Lion Heart – Chigonskyy” Shabranskyy is looking to continue his winning streak in 2015. A native of Zhytomyr, Ukraine and now making his home in Los Angeles, Shabranskyy is a powerful puncher who put together an impressive 2014 campaign, facing and quickly defeating: Lamont Williams, Paul Vasquez, Michael Gbenga, Demetrius Walker, Emil Gonzalez and Garrett Wilson.

 
A decorated amateur star, the professional run of D’Mitrius Ballard thus far has been nothing short of spectacular. Just 22 years old, Ballard has shown power, speed and ring generalship while exciting fans from New York to Texas to his home of Washington, D.C. Coming off a 70- second knockout of Jason Zabokrtsky in March, Ballard is chasing after more spectacular finishes this year.
 
Nineteen-year-old lightweight phenom Lamont Roach Jr. has been a dazzling force in the ring following an impressive amateur career and as he piles up the wins, boxing insiders see him as a young man with world championship potential. Looking to test himself once again in his return to the 2300 Arena where he stopped Herbert Quartey in January, Roach is ready for anyone placed in front of him in the ring.
 
Undefeated since his professional debut in 2012, Kevin “K-Smoove” Rivers, Jr. of Cheverly, Maryland is eager to get back in the ring after an impressive technical knockout victory over Stephon McIntyre in January of this year.  The fighter has been steadily moving up the ranks accumulating wins over other stand-out prospects, Xavier Montelongo and Karl Garcia in 2014.  Now the 24-year-old fighter is ready to continue his winning streak in his second fight of 2015.
 
Damon Allen of Philadelphia is a relative newcomer to the sweet science.  Allen last fought in 2014 respectively defeating Antony Linenfelser via technical knockout and Hector Marengo via unanimous decision.  A professional boxer since 2012, the 20-year old will be making his 2015 debut after a year out of the ring. 
 
Philadelphia native Victor Vasquez is an experienced fighter looking to impress in his second fight of 2015.  The lightweight fighter was last seen in the ring in March, defeating Jose L. Guzman via fourth-round technical knockout.  The fighter is looking to keep the momentum going and add another win to his record when he fights on June 30.
 
Gang Yong Kim, a Philly transplant from South Korea, is a newcomer to the sport who was last seen in his USA debut at the 2300 Arena on May 8, defeating Edgardo Torres via unanimous decision.  The 26-year-old fighter will be looking to impress the fans of his new hometown when he faces a new foe in a four-round lightweight bout at the 2300 Arena. 
 
The June 30 event featuring Vyacheslav Shabranskyy is a 10-round light heavyweight bout promoted by Golden Boy Promotions in association with Joe Hand Promotions and sponsored by Corona Extra and Mexico – Live It To Believe It!  Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the first bell rings at 7:00 p.m. The FOX Sports 1 and FOX Deportes broadcast airs live at 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT.
 
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