Zuniga vs. Zamora at Morongo
23.04.07 - “We sold out show after show at Morongo during 2006,” said Al Franco. Franco, along with Willie Schunke, is part of the team that runs II Feathers Promotions. Franco and company plan to continue their successful run on Friday April 27th as they return to the Morongo Casino with seven bouts. The action will take place in the Morongo Casino’s ballroom..
Article posted on 23.04.2007
The main event will feature hard hitting light heavyweight Fernando Zuniga (25-8, 19 KO’s) taking on Ernesto Zamora (14-10, 11 KO’s) of Sonora, Mexico. In the semi main event, Lynwood’s Dominic Coca (7-2, 2 KOs) faces off against Gilberto Luque (4-2, 2 KO’s) out of Tempe, Arizona. Coca is an in your face fighter who is no stranger to exciting fights. II Feathers’ matchmaker Jimmy Montoya is one of the best in the biz and usually insures a great evening of fights.
Extremely popular knockout artist Michael “Lil Warrior” Franco (6-0, 5 KOs) of Hesperia Ca. will be taking on the slick Luis Galvan of Las Vegas. The two will collide at the bantamweight division.
An exciting under card will include the hard-hitting Jr. Middleweight Lester Gonzalez taking on Enrique Gallegos. Hemet’s Eddie Leal, will face off against Hesperia’s Sammy Yniguez in Bantamweight action. 140 pounder out of Hesperia, Khadaphi Proctor, will make his pro debut against L.A.’s Anthony Ramos. Amateur standout Gabriel Cruz will take on Francisco Rubio in his first pro fight. Rounding out the card will be Saul Ochoa of Phoenix against Freudis Rojas of Las Vegas.
“We plan to make 2007 even bigger as we add more shows to our schedule including two world title events,” continued Franco. “II Feathers plans to make an impact on boxing not only regionally but eventually, nationally as well.”
Prices for tickets will be priced at 35, 50 and 100 dollars for the best seats. The first bell is at 7:30 p.m. with doors opening at 6:00 p.m. For ticket information call 1-866-328-2024 or go to www.morongo.com The Morongo Casino is located in Cabazon, California which is 15 minutes west of Palm Springs and ninety minutes east of Los Angeles.
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