Capitale Punishment II live this Friday on Live GFL
This Friday night at Capitale in New York City, former highly ranked Lightweight contender, Jorge “The Truth” Teron will look to get back into title contention when he takes on upset minded James Hope in a Lightweight bout scheduled for eight rounds.
Article posted on 19.10.2010
The card is promoted by Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing and The Empire.
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Teron of New York has a record of 23-2-1 with fifteen knockouts was ranked as high as number two in the world just a couple years ago before being upset by Aldo Valtierra in a bout that was seen live on GFL.
Teron got his revenge just five months later by pounding out a unanimous decision in the rematch. Teron is looking to get back in the win column after being stopped in three rounds by undefeated Brandon Rios in February.
Hope of Rock Hill, South Carolina has a deceiving record of 6-5-1 with four knockouts as four of his five losses have come at the hands of undefeated fighters who had a combined record of 24-0 at the time of those fights.
In his last bout, Hope showed his skills by holding prospect Bayan Jargal (15-0-2) to an eight round draw as part of the David Tua – Monte Barrett undercard in Atlantic City.
An exciting five bout undercard has been assembled which includes an eight round ladies attraction between veterans Eileen Olszweski and Suzannah Warner will rematch in a Flyweight bout scheduled for eight rounds.
In the first bout in 2007, Olszweski scored a four round majority decision.
Olszewski, 5-2-2 of New York is a former two-time world title challenger as she was held to a draw with Steffiana Bianchini in Bianchini’s home country of Italy. It was more of the same in her next two bouts as she dropped a decision to Simona Galassi and in her last bout Olszweski was held to a draw against Nadia Raoui in a bout many thought Olszewski deserved the decision.
Olszewski hold wins over highly regarded Elena Reid and Noriko Kariya on her ledger.
Warner 9-9-1 with two knockouts has also fought for the world title on two occasions and like Olszweksi has fought all over the world.
In 2007, She dropped a ten round unanimous decision to Carina Moreno in a battle for the WBC Interim Light Flyweight title. She lost another decision to Moreno for the WBC minimumweight title just nine months later.
Warner hold victories over a then undefeated Kariya and a unanimous decision over undefeated Becky Garcia (5-0).
In what will be a crowd pleaser, Elton Dharry (5-5-1) looks to make it four straight wins as he takes on the tough Jose Rivera (2-1) in Super Flyweight bout.
There will be three other bouts featuring:
Hajro Sujak (5-1, 2 KO) vs. Nassem Deen (2-2) in a four round Light Heavyweight bout
Seanie Monaghan (3-0, 2 KO’s) vs. Nick Whiting (2-13-1, 2 KO’s) in a four round Light Heavyweight bout
In a battle of pro debuting Super Middleweights, Elmer Vera will take on Abdellah Smith
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