Molina-Klimov, Maidana-Lopez, Oosthuizen-Gonzalez news
Sherman Oaks, CA (June 4, 1013) – Kicking off a big month of June for Goossen Tutor boxers, John Molina, Jr. will start things off this Friday trying to fight for his right to challenge for the world championship.
Friday, June 7 – ESPN “Friday Night Fights”
The Little Creek Casino Resort in Shelton, WA
will play host for California’s John Molina Jr., 25-2, with 20 KO’s, challenging up-and-coming Andrey Klimov, 15-0, 8 KO’s from Klimovsk, Russia in a very intriguing lightweight match-up. The semi-main event bout features Farah Ennis, 21-1, 12 KO’s of Philadelphia, PA getting his big opportunity to move up in stature in the very hot super middleweight division against the once highly regarded prospect, Anthony Hanshaw, 23-2-2, 14 KO’s of High Point, NC, who is trying to prove he’s back to reclaim his world-class tag. Two big fights, with world championship implications on the line in both.
Final Stage of Training
John Molina, Jr. in the final stage of training before departing tomorrow to Little Creek Casino Resort in Shelton, WA
Saturday, June 8 – SHOWTIME
Carson, California’s Home Depot Center will be center stage when local hero, Riverside’s Josesito Lopez, 30-5, 18 KO’s takes on the dangerous former WBA light welterweight champion Marcos Maidana, 33-3, 30 KO’s of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Lopez is co-promoted by Thompson Boxing and knows a victory in front of his hometown fans will place him right back into the 147 pound title picture.
Friday, June 14 – NBC Sports Network
Houston’s determined and underestimated Cornelius “Da Beast” White, 21-1, 16 KO’s will travel to Pennsylvania where the Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem will host this battle of light heavyweights also featuring Main Events very respected and talented Sergey Kovalev, 20-0-1, 18 KO’s from Chelyabinsk, Russia. This truly will be a fight that will be held in the center of the ring with both sides throwing knockout power bombs for as long as it lasts.
Saturday, June 29 – HBO
At the MGM Grand at Foxwoods Resort in Mashantucket, Connecticut, both Brandon Gonzales (17-0, 10 KO’s) of Sacramento and his challenger from South Africa, Thomas Oosthuizen (21-0-1, 13 KO’s) will each try to emerge to the world-class level in the super middleweight division with an impressive victory. The experts are calling it a fifty-fifty fight.
Five big fights for ten hungry fighters! Don’t miss the “June Boom” action.
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