Marques Valle Returns To Probox TV, Dec 2, Eyes World Rating In 2023

Valle has been one of ProBox TV’s mainstays since the platform’s inception, featuring consistently in bouts that have been explosive, with the hard hitting Floridian only going into the second round in one of his six pro outings.

‘The Machine’ discussed his career so far on ProBox TV. “It’s been great fighting on ProBoxTV. I couldn’t ask for anything better,”

“I don’t know how I got so lucky with the stablemates I got, everybody works so good here, and everyone is growing every day. We’re always pushing each other to get to that elite level.

“If you’re training in the garage every day by yourself, you can work hard, but it isn’t the same as seeing future stars such as Najee Lopez and Darrelle Valsaint every day, striving for greatness, that’s a massive part of being with this company, we have everything we need here.”

Marques trains and features on ProBox TV alongside younger brother Dominic, who also holds a perfect professional record in the paid ranks.

The older and bigger of the brothers opened up about his relationship with his younger brother Dominic as well as the love he has for his Puerto Rican roots.

Marques stated, “We’ve always been close, but boxing brought us closer. We train together, we push each other, and we have a great relationship. We really get that extra bit of hard work from each other which is what you need to be a champion I believe.

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The older Valle continued, and elaborated on his love for his Puerto Rican heritage, “Honestly, if I wasn’t Puerto Rican I don’t think I’d be boxing, because growing up everybody had to know how to fight, watching the fight, and it was like a holiday every time a big fight happened.

“There’s been so many great Puerto Rican champions, and I want to follow in their footsteps. In 2023 I want to push into those world rankings and show everyone I’m the future of Puerto Rican and Florida boxing.”

Glanton vs Light Dec 2 – WBO Int Title on the Line on ProBox TV!

In a battle of undefeated World Boxing Organization (WBO) top-ten ranked junior heavyweights (200 lbs.), Brandon Glanton and David Light will battle for Light’s WBO International Junior Heavyweight Title. The show will take place at the White Sands Events Center in Plant City on Friday, December 2 and be streamed live on ProBoxTV.com and the ProBox TV app.

Tickets, starting at $40, can be purchased at Eventbrite.com HERE

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David “The Great White” Light (19-0, 12 KOs) from Takapuna, New Zealand won the WBO International title on May 5, 2022, with a first-round knockout. He is ranked No. 6 by the WBO. His most recent bout on October 8 was a second-round knockout win.

“Training is going great – it’s hardest I have ever trained in my life and I am leaving no stone unturned,” said Light. “We have watched Glanton and he’s a very good strong fighter, the sort of guy people avoid but we are up for the challenge and totally believe we have got what it takes to win. We coming to beat him at his own game. We are coming to put him to sleep. After December 2nd everyone is going to know who I am as losing is not an option.”

Brandon “Bulletproof” Glanton (17-0, 14 KOs) from Atlanta, Georgia is ranked No. 10 by the WBO and is coming off three consecutive KO wins, the last a second-round blowout of Mario Aguilar on September 9, in Plant City on ProBox TV.

Glanton is from Atlanta, GA where he does his maintenance training. He does his heavy training in Fort Mitchell, Alabama, where he is now.

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This guy is my next victim,” said Glanton. “I have been training pretty hard for him. I take everybody seriously, but I am going to melt this guy. He is a one-two fighter and has decent hand speed – not much foot movement or power but he’s a veteran and knows his way around the ring. He will look to make it a rangy fight, but I am just the opposite. For as long as it lasts it will be a great fight for the fans. I won’t pick what round it will end – it will come down to however way I am feeling. I am going to knock him out and the tougher he is the better. I am going to hurt this guy. I will lay him out cold.

“ProBox has been nothing short of amazing and Garry Jonas saw what I bring to the table and is helping push my career to the next level, And I’m happy I have some great names commenting behind me.”

The remainder of the card is stacked with undefeated fighters, including Orlando’s Darrelle Valsaint (6-0, 5 KOs); Julio Solis (8-0, 6 KOs) from Caguas Puerto Rico; Jaycob Gomez (6-0-1, 5 KOs) from Caguas, Puerto Rico; and Jusiyah Shirley (7-0, 6 KOs) from Orlando.



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