Terrance “The Heat” Cauthen Looks to Put Himself Back in Contention

Terrance “The Heat” Cauthen (32-4 9KO’s) looks to get back on track and put himself back into world title contention when he takes on the dangerous up and coming knockout artist Alexis Camacho (16-0 15 KO’s) on July 16th from the Municipal Auditorium in San Antonio, TX. The Cauthen v Camacho fight will be the ESPN2’s “Wednesday Night Fights” 10-round co- feature to the Delvin Rodriguez v Oscar Diaz fight for the vacant USBA Welterweight Championship..

Cauthen, the current USBA Jr. Middleweight Champion, and former NABA and NABF Jr. Welterweight Champion, is coming down in weight to fight at Welterweight after spending the past three plus years campaigning at Jr. Middleweight. The southpaw Cauthen feels that he is best at the 147 lb. limit and is ready to make a push towards a world title in the extremely exciting division. The 1996 U.S. Olympic Bronze Medalist, feels that this is not only a great opportunity get back to his winning ways, but also a chance to once again showcase he is still one of the top fighters in the world, particularly in the welterweight division.

Camacho, although against limited opposition, has looked impressive each time out steam rolling through his competition. Since his professional debut, Camacho has gone on to knockout everyone that’s been put in front of him, including 14 of his opponents in three rounds or less. This is a huge step up for the 27 year old Mexican native, now fighting out of and living in Austin, Texas. It will be the first time Camacho will be fighting on National T.V. and a chance for him to live up to his hype and prove that he is the real thing.

“What an exciting night of boxing it’s going to be on the 16th,” stated Star Boxing CEO and founder Joe DeGuardia. “Both the co-feature between Terrance and Alexis and the main event between Delvin and Oscar have the potential to be fight of the year type matches. Terrance is coming back down in weight to campaign at Welterweight and I honestly believe it’s the best thing for him. This is a true crossroads battle as you have two fighters who are both looking to prove that they belong among the elite in the hot Welterweight division. We expect San Antonio to be rocking on the 16th and we are very excited how the card is shaping up so far,” said DeGuardia.

Tickets are on sale now for this exciting boxing event featuring the Delvin Rodriguez v Oscar Diaz fight for the vacant USBA Welterweight Title. The card already has fight fans and boxing writers a-like buzzing in anticipation and tickets are going fast. A complete list of the undercard, which is going to feature some of the areas top local talent, will be announced shortly. You can purchase tickets through all Ticketmaster outlets including the Alamodome box office or by going online to TicketMaster.com or charge by phone at (210) 224- 9600. Reserved tickets can be purchased for $65, $35, or $20.

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No company can be successful without strong management, good business experience and savvy judgment. Star Boxing founder, Joe DeGuardia embodies all those qualities and is no stranger to the ring. As the son of a professional prizefighter, he first donned the gloves at the ripe age of two. DeGuardia went on to successfully fight for and win a 1988 New York Golden Gloves Championship. An accomplished attorney and past Bronx Assistant District Attorney, he is no stranger to success or challenge. In or out of the ring, prosecuting or defending cases, Joe DeGuardia drives the vision and direction that is Star Boxing. Star Boxing has been in operation since 1992. In the past few years Star Boxing’s growing staff has worked to produce some of the most exciting and memorable boxing events in recent history. Star has continued to work with and develop a number of very exciting world champions, world rated contenders and young prospects. Star has consistently brought credibility, integrity, and exciting fights to the boxing industry.



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