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Jimenez vs. Pryor: Weights from Indiana

The Midwest’s longest running boxing promoter, Bobby Hitz’s Hitz Boxing returns to The Venue at the Horseshoe Hammond tomorrow night for the latest in its popular, long-running fight series, Fight Night at the Horseshoe. With over twenty shows under its belt at the glitzy casino venue, Hitz Boxing will once again deliver the best that Chicago boxing has to offer to boxing fans from Illinois and Indiana.

Tomorrow night’s main event features the WBC Continental Americas title on the line in a ten-round bout at Super Middleweight between Chicago’s Mike “Hollywood” Jimenez, and Aaron Pryor, Jr., son of Hall of Fame boxer Aaron Pryor, Sr.

Former Notre Dame and NFL footballer Tommy Zbikowski continues his comeback, as he returns to the ring to face Albert Harkins in a four-round cruiserweight bout. Zbikowski resumed his boxing career after a three year hiatus on April 22nd, with a four-round, unanimous decision at Hitz Boxing’s Fight Night at the Belvedere.

10 Rounds – Super Middleweight
WBC Continental Americas Title

Mike “Hollywood” Jimenez (167.6) vs. Aaron Pryor, Jr. (167.2)

4 Rounds – Heavyweight

Nick Mazurek (241.8) vs. Mike Jones ( )

6 Rounds – Lightweight

Jose Araumbula (136.6) vs. Johnny Frazier (136.8)

4 Rounds – Cruiserweight

Tommy Zbikowski (184.6) vs. Albert Harkins (184)

4 Rounds – Light Heavyweight

Sam Horowitz (174.2) vs. Dwayne Williams (178.4)

4 Rounds – Light Heavyweight

Ivan Gonzales (178.2) vs. Ronez McGrady ( )

6 rounds – Lightweight

Fred Bowen (135.6) vs. Tyrome Jones (135.4)

4 Rounds – Featherweight

Francisco Saldana (124.6) vs. Luis Guerrero (119.8)

4 Rounds – Welterweight

Kenny Thomas, Jr. (147.6) vs. Kelly Wright (139)

Doors to The Venue at Horseshoe Hammond open at 6:00 on May 14th, and first bell is at 7:00. Tickets are priced $90, 40 and 30, and are available at all Ticketmaster outlets. Boxing fans must be 21 years and older to attend events at the Horseshoe Hammond.