Photo by Damon Gonzalez/Latinbox Sports – Boxeo Telemundo Ford closes out its summer series with a championship doubleheader, WBO/NABO Champion Yomar “The Magic” Alamo(16-0 12 KO’s) defends his title 10 rounds against Mexican challenger Salvador Briceño(16-4 10 KO’s). Also WBO #3 rated Jeyvier Cintron (10-0 5 KO’s) squares off against WBO #2 Koki Eto (24-4-1 19 KO’s) 10 rounds for a mandatory position to face newly crowned WBO Champion Kazuto Ioka.
10 Rounds WBO/NABO Jr Welterweight title
10 Rounds WBO International super flyweight title
6 rounds Jr Featherweights
Christian Camacho: 126
Jonatan Leona: 123.6
6 Rounds featherweights
6 rounds super featherweight
4 Rounds Featherweight
4 Rounds Super Lightweight
The 30th anniversary summer series finale of Boxeo Telemundo Ford is slated to take place this Friday, August 2nd with a championship doubleheader. WBO/NABO title holder Yomar “The Magic” Alamo(16-0 12 KO’s) of Aguas Buenas, Puerto Rico will defend his belt 10 rounds against challenger Salvador “Bufon” Briceno(16-4 10 KO’s) of Guadalajara Jalisco, Mexico. The bout will take place at Osceola Heritage Park Events Center in Kissimmee, Florida.
The other championship bout of the night features WBO #3, Latino champion Jeyvier Cintron (10-0 5 KO’s) of Bayamon, Puerto Rio facing WBO #2 rated Koki Eto (24-4-1 19 KO’s) of Japan in a 10 round WBO Elimination bout. The winner will be the mandatory challenger to newly crowned WBO super flyweight champion Kazuto Ioka. Cintron-Eto II is a rematch bout of their May 25th fight in the same venue that ended in a no decision due to an accidental headbutt that ended the fight. The ruling of the contest was a no decision.
WBO #10 Yomar Alamo will be making his first defense of his title he won in a 10 round shutout over spoiler Manuel Mendez in his Telemundo debut this past spring.
“Im happy to be returning to my second home of Kissimmee, where the fans showed great support in my last outing”- Yomar Alamo NABO Champion
The challenger Salvador Briceño, is coming up in weight to face the champion, in his last fight he gave Top Rank prospect Gabriel Flores Jr his toughest fight till date in a 8 round co feature on ESPN this past June.
Cintron-Eto II is a bout bought to you by All Star Boxing, Inc in association with Top Rank, Teiken Promotions, Puerto Rico Best Boxing and Spartan Boxing.
Christian “MachTime” Camacho returns on Boxeo Telemundo
Miami, Fla: The full undercard for Boxeo Telemundo Ford summer series finale is set for this Friday. Local fan favorite Christian “Macho Time” Camacho(8-1) is making his return, 6 rounds against Jonathan “Zurdo” Lecona(18-24-4) of Mexico City, Mexico. Camacho is the son of the late, Hector “Macho” Camacho who was an idol among the Puerto Rican community with a Hall Of Fame career.
“If all goes well after Friday night’s win, ill be one step closer to fighting for a regional belt in my hometown of Kissimmee” – stated Christian Camacho
Top Rank prospect Henry “Moncho” Lebron(9-0 7 KO’s) of Moca, Puerto Rico faces Edward Kakembo(10-7 3 KO’s) of Kampala, Uganda over 6 rounds. Lebron will try to keep his knockout streak alive after winning his last 3 bouts within the distance.
Also in action, Stablemate Orlando “El Zurdo De Oro” Gonzalez(11-0 8 KO’s) of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico squares off against veteran Aldimar Silva(21-17 13 KO’s) of Brazil over 6 rounds.
Featherweight of nearby Palm Bay, Florida Marco “Cheque” Diaz(2-0 2 KO’s) faces Jostin Ortiz-Maysonett(1-0 1 KO) of Vega Alta, Puerto Rico in a 4 round bout.
“The Magic” Alamo vs “Bufon” Briceno airs this Friday July 26th 11:35EST/10:35 CT Check local listings on Telemundo. 8 bouts scheduled, doors open at 7pm, first fight 8pm. Tickets still available on ticketmaster.com or visiting the box office at Osceola Heritage Park.
BOXEO TELEMUNDO’S SUMMER SEASON ENDS FRIDAY WITH A CHAMPIONSHIP DOUBLEHEADER LIVE ON TELEMUNDO AT 11:35 P.M. ET
WBO/NABO title holder Yomar “The Magic” Alamo defends his belt against challenger Salvador “Bufon” Briceno; On the second main event, WBO #3 Latino champion Jeyvier Cintron faces WBO #2 ranked Koki Eto in a 10-round WBO Elimination bout
Miami – July 31, 2019 – “Boxeo Telemundo,” the #1 Spanish-language boxing program in the U.S., wraps up its summer instalment this Friday, August 2 at 11:35 p.m. on Telemundo, featuring two championship events live from Kissimmee, FL. WBO/NABO title holder Yomar “The Magic” Alamo will defend his belt against challenger Salvador “Bufon” Briceno; and WBO #3, Latino champion Jeyvier Cintron faces WBO #2 ranked Koki Eto in a 10-round WBO elimination bout for the chance to challenge the newly crowned WBO super flyweight champion.
“Boxeo Telemundo” commentators René Giraldo and Edgar López will call the action alongside World Boxing Champion and former Olympian Abner Mares. The show will continue its 30th anniversary celebration with special segments that look back at the best moments of the show. The action will also be available via live stream on Telemundo Deportes En Vivo app with additional extensive news and content on TelemundoDeportes.com and social media platforms using hashtag #BoxeoTelemundo.
WBO #10 Yomar Alamo (16-0 12 KO’s) of Puerto Rico will be making his first defense after winning the title in a 10-round shutout over spoiler Manuel Mendez on Boxeo Telemundo this past spring. The challenger, Salvador Briceño (16-4 10 KO’s) of Guadalajara, is coming up in weight to face the champion. On his last fight, he gave top rank prospect Gabriel Flores Jr his toughest fight in an 8-round bout last June.
In the second championship event of the night, WBO #3 Latino champion Jeyvier Cintron (10-0 5 KO’s) of Puerto Rico meets WBO #2 ranked Koki Eto (16-4 10 KO’s) of Japan. The winner will be the mandatory challenger to newly crowned WBO super flyweight champion Kazuto Ioka. Cintron-Eto II is a rematch bout of their May 25th fight in the same venue that ended in a no decision due to an accidental headbutt that ended the fight. The ruling of the contest was a no decision.
“Boxeo Telemundo” will return in October with its fall season. Debuting in 1989, the show has grown to become the #1 combat sports program in the U.S. among Hispanics, across broadcast and cable landscape. Since its launch, “Boxeo Telemundo” has broadcast over 350 title fights, showcasing some of the biggest boxing stars as they rose to stardom and won their first championship titles, earning a reputation as the show “where champions are born.” Among these stars is Saúl Canelo Alvarez, who won his first pro boxing title on “Boxeo Telemundo” in 2008. Other notable champions featured include Juan Manuel Marquez, Diego Corrales, Carlos Maussa, Floyd Mayweather, Israel Vázquez, Wilfredo Vázquez, Rafael Ruelas, Jorge Solis and many others. In addition, renowned boxing Hall of Famers have also appeared on the show, including Erik Morales, Marco Antonio Barrera and Felix Trinidad.