Rincon Vs. Perez Added To Chicago Superstars Card
03.08.06--An outstanding welterweight showdown has been added to CHICAGO SUPERSTARS as Francisco Rincon of Dallas, Texas will battle Chicago KO artist Luciano “EL MICHICANO” Perez in a scheduled eight round bout, it was announced today by Dominic Pesoli, President of 8 Count Productions. CHICAGO SUPERSTARS is another installment of world class professional boxing presented by 8 Count Productions, HOME OF THE BEST IN CHICAGO BOXING set for Friday night, August 25th at the Aragon Ballroom presented with Miller Lite and TCF Bank..
Article posted on 04.08.2006
Rincon, 11-3 (6KO’s) is returning to the 8 Count Productions ring after a fourth round stoppage of Gilbert Venegas on March 17th at the Aragon Ballroom. Perez, 13-4-1 (12KO’s) is looking to get back in the win column after his battle with Calvin Odom was stopped in the 7th round on April 27th at the San Manuel Casino in Highland, California. The stoppage was due to a large cut suffered by Perez in an earlier round.
The fully air conditioned Aragon Ballroom is located at 1106 W. Lawrence Avenue on the north side of Chicago. Doors for this event will open at 7pm; with the first bell scheduled for 8pm. Tickets starting at $25 are available in advance by calling 312-226-5800.
The full bout card is as follows;
Jose Hernandez vs. Lenny DeVictoria, 8 rounds, featherweight
Francisco Rincon vs. Luciano Perez, 8 rounds, welterweight
Mike Mollo vs. Willie Walker, 6 rounds, heavyweights
Francisco Rodriguez vs. TBA, 8 rounds, bantamweights
Barbaro Zepeda vs. Yamin Mohammad, 6 rounds, featherweights
Rita Figueroa vs. TBA, six rounds, lightweights
Ashour Eshoo vs. TBA, four rounds, super lightweights
More information on this event will be announced shortly.
To view poster and seating chart for this event or for more information on 8 Count Productions and the 6,000 square foot JABB Boxing Gym, please visit www.8countproductions.com and www.jabbboxinggym.com
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