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Jason Estrada Squares Off Against Galen Brown On November 10th
James Stillerman – Jason “Big Six” Estrada (19-4, 5KOs) faces off against Galen “Bad Boy” Brown (38-20-1, 23KOs) in an eight round heavyweight main event bout, presented by Big Six Promotions, on the “Big Things” on November 10th at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence, Rhode Island.
“Training has been really good for this fight. I took three days off after my last fight with Gonzales and then I got right back in the gym and have not left since,” said 31 year old, Estrada. I`m ready for this fight and I hope to knock him out by the second or third round.”
The 2004 U.S. Olympian and highly decorated amateur boxer stays busy as he looks for his fourth victory in the last thirteen months against Brown the former USA Mid-American Champion who fought former world champion, Hasim Rahman, world title challenger Mariusz Wach and former Russian titlist, Andrey Fedosov. Estrada`s last three wins came against Alex Gonzales by unanimous decision, Dominique Alexander by a second round technical knockout and a unanimous decision over Joseph Rabotte.
“I take the fights one at a time, so right now I`m only focused on Brown and no one else,” said Estrada. “After I defeat Brown, then we`ll get ready for an important 2013 where I`m ready for a break out year since I`m finally healthy, I`m a better fighter now than before because I`m smarter and more patient in the ring and I`m extremely hungry to catapult myself into the top ten of the heavyweight division and maybe a potential world title fight at the end of next year.”
On the stacked undercard of this main event it features nine bouts including undefeated Diego Periera (7-0-1, 2 KOs) against his most difficult opponent of his young professional career in Bryan “The Brick” Abraham (6-14-2, 6 KOs) in a six round light welterweight bout. Abraham is a great deal better than his record indicates since he owns victories over highly-decorated U.S. amateur boxer, Darnell Jiles and previously undefeated fighters, Dominic DeSanto, Jonathan Vasquezand Scott Burell.
Jesse Barboza (4-1-1, 3KOs) returns to the ring after a two year layoff to face Kevin Franklin (4-5, 1 KOs), winner of four of his last six fights in a six round heavyweight fight. Two undefeated boxers collided in a six light welterweight matchup in Gabriel Deluc (6-0, 1 KO) and Jair Ramos (3-0-1, 2 KOs).
Paul Gonsalves (4-2, 3KOs) takes on Ahmad Mickens (1-2-1), Josh “Bam Bam” Beeman (4-11-3, 2KOs) faces off against Carlos Hernandez (3-2, 2KOs), 2009 New England Golden Gloves champion Russell Lamour makes his professional debut against Issa Coulibaly (0-3), Michael McLaughlin (2-1-1) squares off against Robert Hunt (0-2), Kevin Harrison and Pubilo Pena make their professional debut fighting one another and Reinaldo Graceski (2-0) matches up against Michael Mitchell (0-1).
Tickets for this fight are $40.00, $60.00 and $100.00 and they are available by calling Big Six Boston at 617-312-5059, Big Six Providence at 401-241-3490, going online at www.bigsixentertainment or www.ticketmaster.com or at the Rhode Island Convention Center box office. Doors open at 6:00 P.M with the first bout scheduled for 7:00 P.M.
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