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Fight Club OC Delivers 8 Bouts For December 5th Final Show Of 2013

It will be a night to remember if you are a fight fan as the Thursday, December 5th Fight Club OC show is set to showcase not one, but three TOP boxers on a huge eight bout card, as some of the top promoters in the country are bringing their stars to The Hangar at the OC Fair & Event Center.

First it will be undefeated and top heavyweight prospect Alexander “The Great” Flores, looking to go 14-0, but he will face his toughest opponent in his young career meeting Houston’s 12-12 Arron Lyons who has never been knocked down. This bout will be a watershed mark for Flores career and for his promoter Roy Englebrecht Promotions as a win propels him into the top 50 rankings of world heavyweights!

Now are you ready for one of the top cruiserweights in the world to make his heavyweight debut and do it at Fight Club OC. Fans on December 5th will see 18-0 Lateef Kayode have a chance to finally make some real money as a heavyweight. With Freddie Roach in his corner and his new promoter Greg Cohen at ringside, fans can say they were there for his debut in a new weight division. Kayode’s last bout was in June of 2012 at the Home Depot Center with a 12 round no contest with Antonio Tarver.

Big bout #3 will feature 27-1 Russian super middleweight and world title contender Maxim Vlasov in his Southern California debut meeting Baltimore’s 18-5 Maxell Taylor. Again Fight Club OC fans get the benefit of three high quality bouts as promoters want to showcase their fighters on one of the premier shows and venues in America.

In a very solid undercard, three of Roy Englebrecht Promotions signed fighters will be in action headlined by Fight Club OC’s answer to the highly acclaimed UFC star Jon Jones, as Fullerton’s 3-0 Curtis Millender attempts to keep his unblemished record intact against Lancaster’s 2-2 Alex Suhonosov. In boxing action Anaheim’s 3-0 Dwain Victorian will face 2-0 Danny Ramirez, and recent UCI grad Daniel Kim will make his OC debut facing Long Beach 1-1 super lightweight Devonte Donaldson.

Add to this big night of fight action a Female World Championship bout and fans will really get their money’s worth. In their first title fight ever Maywood’s
8-1 Lissette Medel will meet Long Beach’s 8-5 Melisenda Perez for the vacant
IFBA Super Bantamweight World Title, and this could be another barn burner and money fight just like the Rhonda Luna vs Crystal Morales war in August.

Rounding out the show will be two undefeated heavyweights in four round action, as 6′-9″ Justin Goslee faces Justin Clissold and 6-0 Greek boxer
Thanasis Michaloudis looks to stay perfect.

With Fight Club OC selling out three of their last four shows, get your tickets today as less than 150 tickets remain for the biggest show in three years at

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