The third edition of the CBN Promotions’ “New Blood” boxing series is set to take center stage on December 9, 2023, at the artistically revamped Infinite Reality Studios in Long Beach, California. Remember the place? It used to be called Thunder Studios.
The main attraction? A featherweight 10-rounder featuring the WBO / NABO featherweight champion, Brandon “Leon” Benitez from Queretaro, Mexico, and Rigoberto Hermosillo of Los Angeles.
Also lighting up the ring will be WBC super flyweight Interim world champion, Adelaida “La Cobra” Ruiz of Los Angeles, squaring off against an opponent yet to be revealed. And if that’s not enough to get your blood pumping, there’s more! Super featherweight George “El Yuyu” Acosta of Whittier, CA, will throw down with Texan Richard “El Castigo” Medina from San Antonio in an 8-round super clash.
For those who love their boxing in Spanish, FOX Deportes has got you covered with live broadcasts. And if you can’t make it to the ring, no worries, you can stream the whole shebang live on FightStars.Network. Want more? Estrella TV will be showing the fights with a bit of a delay.
Doors swing open at 5:00 pm PT, and the action starts at 6:00 pm PT. FOX Deportes will start their coverage at 7:00 pm PT. Got some cash to spare? Tickets are going from $50 to $150 (plus those pesky fees). You can grab yours by calling, texting, or just going online to CBN Promotions’ website. Infinite Reality Studios is waiting for you at 20434 S Santa Fe Ave, Long Beach, CA 90810.
Alex Camponovo, the big boss at CBN Promotions, is all about giving fans a night to remember. He’s keen on keeping the Long Beach boxing scene buzzing. Meanwhile, Rolando Nichols, the President of Infinite Reality Studios, is just as excited to host this boxing extravaganza, promising a production that will leave fans talking for days.
And hey, it’s not just about the big names. The undercard is stacked too. We’ve got bantamweight Mario Hernandez from Santa Ana, CA, facing off against Adrian Alvarado of Los Angeles. Lightweight Adrian Corona of Rialto, CA, is set to battle Francisco Duque from Nuevo Leon, Mexico. And opening the card? Nelson Guerrero making his pro debut against Arturo Herrera of Killeen, TX.