Boxeo Telemundo returns Friday night with classic matchup between Puerto Rico & Mexico as Jr Welterweight NABO Champion, #9 ranked Yomar “The Magic” Alamo(18-0-1 12 KO’s) faces Mexican Challenger Jesus Alberto “Barreterito” Beltran(17-3-2) for the vacant WBO Latino title in a 10 round bout.
The co main event of the night is a battle of undefeated as light heavyweight prospect Rafayel Simonyan(9-0 8 KO’S) squares off against Chilean Abraham Tebes(5-0 2 KO’s) in an 8 round bout. Simonyan trains with Abel Sanchez in Big Bear, California. This fight is bought to you by All Star Boxing, Inc in association with 360 Promotions.
Limited tickets for Alamo vs Beltran remain available at Osceola Heritage Park or by visiting Ticketmaster.com. The doors will be open to a 50% capacity with all safety measurements in place including temperature check, social distancing and required mask at all times.
10 Rounds WBO Latino Jr Welterweight title
Yomar Alamo: 139
Jesus Alberto Beltran: 140
8 Rounds Light Heavyweights
Rafayel Simonyan: 180
Abraham Tebes: 180
4 Rounds Lightweights
Nestor Alvarenga: 134
Usiel Hernandez: 133
4 Rounds Super Featherweights
Floyd Schofield: 131
Jonathan Conde: 131
4 Rounds Super Bantamweights
Gianny Garcia: 121
Julio Buitrago: 121
4 Rounds Featherweights
Pedro Salome: 123
John Leonardo: 124
“The Magic” Alamo Vs. “Barreterito” Beltran will air live Friday March 5th on Telemundo at 12AM/EST
Alamo-Beltran Kickoff Boxeo Telemundo 2021 Season
Miami,FL; Boxeo Telemundo kicks off on March 5th 2021 live with audience from Osceola Heritage Park events center in Kissimmee, FL. Headlining the bill is undefeated WBO/NABO Jr Welterweight champion Yomar “The Magic” Alamo (18-0-1 12 KO’s) of Aguas Buenas, Puerto Rico who faces Mexican challenger Jesus “Barreterito Beltran (17-3-2 10 KO’s) of Los Mochis, Sinaloa in a 10 round main event attraction.
After 8 studio setting shows at the same venue to close out 2020, Promoter Felix “Tutico” Zabala has announced they will now open their doors to a 50% capacity with all safety measurements in place including temperature check, social distancing and required mask at all times.
The pride of Aguas Buenas Yomar Alamo returns to action after one year of inactivity due to covid-19. In his last fight, Alamo outgunned then undefeated Kendo “Tremendo” Castaneda in a battle of undefeated on Telemundo.
“I am excited to be back in the ring in what feels like my 2nd home and with my people cheering me on again” stated NABO Champion Yomar Alamo “2021 will be my year, after this fight i am ready for the bigger challenges.”
Jesus Beltran will now be dropping in weight were he will campaign at super lightweight. Beltran has his own championship pedigree as he comes from a fighting family, his brother Miguel Beltran is a fighter and his cousin Raymond Beltran is a former WBO world champion.
“In my last fight on Telemundo I gave up too much weight, which cost me the fight” stated Jesus Beltran ” I have been training hard since the new year, now I’m back to my original weigh class were I feel strong. The only goal i have in mind is to bring the title back to Mexico!”
All Star Boxing will follow up with 2 back to back shows all in the state of Florida March 12 and March 19th details to be announced shortly.
“The Magic” Alamo Vs. “Barreterito” Beltran will air live on Telemundo at 12AM/EST
Tickets for Alamo vs Beltran are now on sale at Osceola Heritage Park or by visiting Ticketmaster.com. The doors will be open to a 50% capacity with all safety measurements in place including temperature check, social distancing and required mask at all times.
The next show will be Friday March 12th at the White Sands KO Addiction center in Plant City, FL bought to you by All Star Boxing in association with ODDSOX promotion and Probox promotions. headlining the card is world ranked WBA#12 IBF#8 WBO#4 NABO champion Jonathan “Bomba” Gonzalez(23-3-1) of Caguas, Puerto Rico against an opponent to be determined. The undercard is rounded off by brothers Marcus and Dominique Valle, Florida’s Brian Cannady amongst other local favorites.
The final show of the series will take place Friday March 19th at the Bryan Glazer JCC Center in Tampa, FL featuring plenty of local talented prospects, undefeated middleweight Conor Coyle(12-0), fan favorite Julio Solis(3-0) and pro debut Samuel Colon are some of the evenings attractions. Tickets to both shows are available by visiting events.eventgroove.com/All-star-boxing-in-association-with-pro-box-47028 .
“We are happy to bring live audience back to our boxing shows in Central Florida ” stated Felix “Tutico” Zabala President of All Star Boxing “My first show in Kissimmee was 20 years ago and up to this date we have built a strong Puerto Rican fan base” Zabala added ” Having 3 back to back shows at limited capacity will give all the fans in the region a chance to attend”