Tavoris Cloud Returns To Chicago On August 24

World ranked light heavyweight Tavoris Cloud returns to Chicago to battle on August 24th at the Congress Theater in a featured ten round bout as part of “EL BRAVO,” the next evening of world class professional boxing presented by Dominic Pesoli’s 8 Count Productions, HOME OF THE BEST IN CHICAGO BOXING..

Cloud, sporting an undefeated record of 15-0 with fourteen knockouts is currently ranked #12 in the world by the International Boxing Federation. In his last bout, Cloud destroyed Jim Strohl with a crushing first round knockout on May 11th at Cicero Stadium. More information on his fight will be announced shortly.

Tickets for “EL BRAVO” can be purchased in advance by calling the 8 Count Productions office at 312-226-5800. The Congress Theater is conveniently located minutes from downtown Chicago at 2135 N. Milwaukee, just one mile west of the Kennedy Expressway by way of the Armitage Ave. exit. For additional information, please visit their website at

The full “EL BRAVO” card is as follows;

Guadalupe Rosales vs. Agnaldo Nunes, twelve round, super featherweights

Tavoris Cloud vs. TBA, ten rounds, light heavyweights

Giovanni Segura vs. TBA, eight rounds, junior flyweights

Deividas Nekrasas vs. TBA, four rounds, cruiserweights

Bolivar Farfan vs, TBA, four rounds, super middleweights

Henry Coyle vs. Chris Govan, four rounds, junior middleweights

Johnny Suarez vs. TBA, four rounds, middleweights

The Master of Ceremonies for “EL BRAVO” will be the internationally recognized voice of Latino boxing, Lupe Contreras.

8 Count Productions was started by Dominic Pesoli in 1997 and has consistently presented the highest quality professional boxing events in Chicagoland. In 2003, Pesoli along with former featherweight contender Mike Garcia opened JABB Boxing Gym, a 6,000 square foot venue dedicated to the finest Chicagoland boxers of all talent levels.

To view the poster for this event or for more information on 8 Count Productions and JABB Boxing Gym, please visit and

Article posted on 07.08.2007

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