– BoxingInsider returns for its fourth promotion in 6 months with Broadway Boxing, a card stacked full of local and international talent. Boxinginsider is thrilled to once again work with Hall of Fame promoter Lou DiBella’s DiBella Entwetainment to promote this Broadway Boxing show. This episode features former Mongolian Olympian Tsendbaatar “Chinggis Khaan” Erdenebat, former women’s world champion Miyo Yoshida against Indeya Smith, local boxers Sydney Mccow, Christian Oltero, and Ireland’s Larry Fryers. They will all lace’em up on Thursday, April 27 at Sony Hall, in the heart of Times Square, Manhattan.
The April 27 event, promoted by BoxingInsider Promotions in association with DiBella Entertainment
“Its crazy to think this is our 4th show since October, in Manhattan,” said BoxingInsider’s Larry Goldberg. “My goal from day 1 has been simple – to put on the best fights with local and international talent and to expose those to the largest possible audience online with quality production. We have a mix of world class fighters and down and dirty slugfests scheduled for this show and there will be 2 more fights to announce in the coming days.”
2021 Mongolian Olympian Tsendbaatar “Chinggis Khaan” Erdenebat (5-0, 3 KOs) will be in an eight-round super featherweight bout against an opponent to be named. Tsendbaatar’s last bout was a third round TKO win on February 23 at Sony Hall.
Former World Champion Miyo “Miyo Musashi” Yoshida (15-3) was born in Kagoshima, Japan and now resides in New York, NY. Prior to becoming world champion in 2019, Miyo won the Japan Boxing Commission title and the Oriental and Pacific Boxing Federation title. As world champion, Miyo made one successful defense, then lost the title by technical decision (stoppage due to gash over eye), then won it back in a rematch six months later. In her last fight she lost the WBO title via split decision.
Indeya Smith (6-6, 1 KO) from Dallas, TX via New Orleans, made her BoxingInsider Promotions debut on December 21 with an upset win over Sulem Urbina, dominating the bout from the opening bell.
Sydney “The Jackal” Mccow (8-8, 3 KOs) born in St Maarten now residing in Brooklyn is coming off a five-fight streak of four wins sandwiched around a no decision. Christian “Veneno” Otero (4-3, 2 KOs) from New York, NY, made his pro debut on October 31, 2020 and his career began with four straight victories.
In one of the most exciting matches a club show could make, this bout features a real-life NYC grudge match between Church St. Boxing trainer and boxer Mccow and fellow New Yorker Otero. The dislike here is real and born in the gym as these two went to war in sparring. Edited footage showing a Mccow beatdown soon hit social media which started an issue that must be solved in the ring, for real.
Joshua David “Pretty Boy” Rivera (8-2, 3 KOs) from La Mesa, California, made his pro debut in 2018 and his first nine fights took place in Tijuana. His last bout, in Madison Square Garden on the Serrano-Cruz February 4 card, was a unanimous decision loss against an undefeated Aaron Aponte.
Larry “Lethal” Fryers (11-6, 4 KOs) was born in Clones, Ireland and now resides in Yonkers, NY. “I love fighting in New York,” said Fryers. “It’s top class and can’t wait for April 27th to fight there again and put on a show for the fans.” Fryers won eleven of his first twelve fights after making his pro debut in 2016. As an amateur, he was an Ireland Nationals U 21 finalist and a U23 semi-finalist. “Lethal” has a large Irish following and is eyeing another chance at glory.
Streaming and additional match information will be announced shortly.