WBO #9 Yomar Alamo faces Adrian Yung Aug.13 on Telemundo

Miami, FL; Boxeo Telemundo initiates it Summer Series following the coverage of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games on August 13th, live with audience from Osceola Heritage Park Events Center(OHP) in Kissimmee, FL. Rising WBO Latino Super Lightweight Champion Yomar “The Magic” Alamo(19-0-1) will headline the card, as he puts his undefeated record & title on the line against Mexican challenger Adrian “Chinito” Yung(28-6-2) of Los Mochis, Sinaloa in a 10 round bout. Tickets are officially on sale at ticketmaster.com or visiting the box office at OHP.

Yomar Alamo, 26, also nicknamed “The Pride of Aguas Buenas” makes his first title defense of 2021 after capturing his WBO Latino belt this past March, displaying a dominating 10 round performance against the tough veteran Jesus Beltran. Alamo, a former WBO/NABO Champion and current #9 ranked contender is looking for a break-out fight by the end of 2021.

“We never look past our opponent at this level, as all opponents are tough and come to win” notes Yomar Alamo “It feels good to be back in my second home of Kissimmee, FL, as I continue my quest for a title opportunity” Alamo closed “After this fight we are ready to face the top of my division”

Adrian Yung is riding a 2-fight win streak leading into his title match with Alamo. Yung, is representing the boxing hotbed of Los Mochis, were many great champions have emerged including the likes of Jorge Arce, Fernando Montiel, Ray Beltran, amongst others. “Chinito” is gunning to pick up his first regional belt and spoil Alamo’s plans in his Telemundo debut.

“When there is a clash between Puerto Rico and Mexico, the fighters get this sense of added pride knowing they are putting more than just a belt or their record on the line” states President of All Star Boxing Felix “Tutico” Zabala “Friday Aug.13th will add to the storied rivalry as it will be an electric night in Kissimmee” closed Zabala

The undercard action will feature contenders and prospects from all around the world. WBA Contenantial Americas welterweight champion #11 ranked Mekhrubon Saginov(11-0-1 8 KO’s) of Dushanbe, Tajiskistan returns to the Telemundo airwaves after capturing his title this past Spring. Saginov faces tough Mexican veteran Jesus Alberto “Barreterito” Beltran(17-4-2 10 KO’s)of Los Mochis, Sinaloa over 10 rounds.

Current WBA Continential Americas Jr lightweight Champion #9 Ranked Otar Eranosyan(8-0 5 KO’s) of Akhalkalkai, Georgia but fighting out of nearby Miami Beach, FL will make his 5th appearance on Telemundo as he is set to face Juan Carlos Peña(32-3 23 KO’s) over 10 rounds. Eranosyan is a stablemate of Saginov were they train alongside at Warriors Boxing Gym.

Former Rio 2016 Venezuelan Olympian Luis Angel Cabrera is set to make his highly anticipated pro debut as he squares off against Carlos “El Jaguar” Jimenez(1-1-1) of Coahuila, Mexico in a 6 round affair.

Rounding off the undercard, flyweight prospect Anthony “Princesa” Olascuaga(1-0 1 KO) of Los Angeles, California faces Saul “Baby” Juarez(25-14-2 13 KO’s) of Mexico City, Mexico over 6 rounds. Cuban Prospect Jorge Romero(20-0-1 13 KO’s) and Ahmed “The American Pharoah” Elibali(20-1) of Cairo, Egypt will both see action in separate 8 round bouts.

Weights:

10 Rounds WBO Latino Super Lightweight

Yomar “The Magic Alamo: 140
Adrian Yung: 139.5

10 Rounds Welterweights

Mekhrubon Saginov: 147
Jesus Beltran: 147

10 Rounds Super Featherweights

Otar Eranosyan: 130
Juan Carlos Pena: 130

8 Rounds Jr Featherweights

Jorge Romero: 122
Jesus Martinez 121

6 Rounds Lightweights

Luis Cabrera: 133
Carlos Jimenez: 133

6 Rounds Flyweights

Anthony Olascuaga: 110
Saul Juarez: 110

6 Rounds Jr Lightweights

Marcello Willams: 131
Otabek Kholmatov: 129

“The Magic” Alamo vs “Chinito” Yung airs live at 12AM/EST