The boxing world is set to witness another electrifying evening as Wednesday Night Fights returns tonight on ProBox TV. With a carefully curated international fight card, fans are in for a treat as the best in boxing clash under the bright lights of Florida’s Sunshine State.
Main Event: Brandon Glanton vs. Carlos Frometa
Venue: ProBox TV Events Center, Florida, USA
The spotlight will shine brightest on the cruiserweight division as Brandon Glanton prepares to face off against Carlos Frometa in a ten-round main event. Glanton, with a record of 17 wins, 2 losses, and 14 knockouts, aims to get back on the winning track. His recent outings include a majority-decision loss to Solan Asbarov in Dubai and a split-decision loss against David Light in the previous year.
On the other side of the ring, Carlos Frometa, the Cuban sensation, boasts an impressive streak with 11 consecutive victories. His record stands at 12 wins, a single defeat, and 7 knockouts. Notably, Frometa’s only professional loss occurred during his debut match.
Chief Support: Mateo Tapia vs. Eric Robles
In the super middleweight division, Mateo Tapia, the undefeated Mexican-Australian, will clash with Mexico’s own Eric Robles. The bout, scheduled for eight rounds, is especially significant as both fighters make their debut appearance in America on ProBox TV. Tapia, having an impeccable 15-0 record with 9 KOs, looks to continue his streak, while Robles, with 9 wins, 2 losses, and 8 knockouts, seeks to make a statement.
- Darrelle Valsaint vs. Diego Allan Ferreira Iablonski – Florida’s very own Darrelle Valsaint, with an undefeated record of 9 wins and 7 KOs, is set to take on Brazilian fighter Diego Allan Ferreira Iablonski, who brings a record of 10 wins, a single loss, and 6 knockouts. The bout is scheduled for eight rounds at 168 pounds.
- Najee Lopez vs. Khaineel Wheeler – In another 168-pound bout, the highly-regarded Najee Lopez, undefeated with 7 wins and 6 KOs, will face Khaineel Wheeler, who has a record of 7 wins, 3 losses, and 6 KOs. This bout too is scheduled for eight rounds and promises explosive action.
Opening the Night: Jaycob Gomez vs. Robenilson de Jesus
Kicking off the broadcast, Jaycob Gomez from Puerto Rico, with a record of 7 wins, no loss, a draw, and 5 KOs, will battle it out with Brazil’s unbeaten Robenilson de Jesus, who stands at 5 wins and a single KO. The fight is set for the super featherweight division.
As Wednesday Night Fights promises yet another night of world-class boxing, make sure to tune in and enjoy the showcase of talent, determination, and skill from Plant City, Florida.