Juan Dominguez Ready For Camilo Perez Tonight At Barclays Center In Brooklyn
BROOKLYN, NY (DECEMBER 7, 2013)–TONIGHT!! at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, Golden Boy Promotions presents a memorable night of boxing that will feature not only The Battle for Brooklyn, Zab Judah vs. Paulie Malignaggi but three world title bouts.
Featured on a stacked undercard will be WBA #13 ranked Super Bantamweight Juan “Baby Tito” Dominguez squaring off against tough Puerto Rican, Camilo Perez in a bout scheduled for 8 rounds.
Dominguez of Brooklyn, New York via the Dominican Republic knows that Perez will present the toughest test of his career.
The 27 year-old Dominguez is promoted by New Legend Boxing Promotions, Old World Boxing and WON Promotions and is just a few bouts away from competing for a world championship.
Dominguez has knocked out four straight opponents and will be making his second consecutive appearance at Barclays Center. In his last fight, he stopped Brad Patraw in just 96 seconds on June 22nd as part of the Malignaggi – Broner undercard.
Perez, 9-1 with 4 knockouts was a coveted amateur who is hungry as he lost his last bout to Tevin Farmer on October 25th in Philadelphia.
Perez has a career best win over Charlie Serrano (14-2) in 2012.
“This will be a good test for Juan to see where he is at and how many fights he made need before he will fight for a world title,”said New Legend Boxing’s Felipe Gomez.
“We feel that Juan is a special talent and has the skills to be a world champion and he needs to look good against Perez. Perez only loss was when he moved up in weight and fought a real good fighter in Tevin Farmer. We know he will be motivated but Juan is on the big stage and we want to thank Golden Boy Promotions for giving Juan the opportunity to showcase his ability on Saturday.”
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