Louis Lopez vs Jesus Resendiz Headlines CBN Promotions on March 30 Show

03/27/2024 - No comments

Get readyf for a charged evening at Thunder Studios, Long Beach, California, as CBN Promotions rolls out their second spectacle of 2024. The main event? A super welterweight clash for the ages with Corona’s own Louis Lopez (14-2-2, 5 KOs) squaring off against San Diego’s unbeaten Jesus Resendiz (8-0-1, 6 KOs) over eight gripping rounds.

Not to be overshadowed, the evening’s secondary highlight is a six-round super welterweight tussle featuring Los Angeles’ Nelson Oliva (10-0, 8 KOs) against Denver’s Franyerson Puerta (5-3, 5 KOs).

Catch all the action live on Fubo Sports, with replays on Fox Deportes and Estrella TV. The doors swing open at 5:00 pm PT, with the first fight kicking off at 6:00 pm PT. Grab your tickets, ranging from $55 to $150, by dialing Ticketon at 800-688-8080, or hit up www.cbnpromotions.com or www.ticketon.com. Find us at 20434 S Santa Fe Ave, Long Beach, CA 90810.

Alex Camponovo, the big boss at CBN Promotions, can barely contain his excitement, “Thunder Studios is about to witness another electrifying boxing event. With a lineup brimming with skill and evenly matched fights, we’re all set to deliver an unforgettable night for our fans in Long Beach and beyond.”

Rolando Nichols, the chief at Thunder Studios, is equally pumped, “Strap in for an incredible journey as we elevate our boxing showcases. We’re inviting the Long Beach community and neighbors for a night of thrilling bouts in a family-friendly vibe. Trust us, it’s a blast.”

esendiz spilled on his hardcore gym routine, the showdown with Lopez, putting his unbeaten streak on the line, and the stakes.

Digging into his brutal gym sessions:

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“Back for round two in the gym this year, pushing limits like never before. I’m hitting a new stride, sharper and more pumped than ever. My energy’s through the roof, shape’s on point – I’m gearing up to dominate in the ring.”

Facing off with Lopez:

“Lopez is all heart, a true scrapper bringing that heat every single time. Expecting nothing less than a war. I’m set to go toe-to-toe, ready for whatever, making sure it’s a showstopper.”

On the line with his flawless record:

“I’m here to level up, taking on any and all comers. The goal? Keep my record clean. I’m laying it all on the line, no holding back.”

What clinching this win means:

“Getting past Lopez is gonna bump me up the ranks. With my sights on a regional title by year’s end, March 30th is do or die.”

Lopez dropped some real talk about his latest grind at the gym, his upcoming scrap with Resendiz, headlining another bout on the tube, and a bit more.

Kicking it off with his gym hustle:

“Didn’t take a breather after my last bout – hit the gym hard ’cause I wasn’t feeling my last show. This time around, I’ve leveled up with some ace sparring mates and my fitness is top-notch. Been smarter about the whole process and I’m telling you, these tweaks are game changers. The grind’s done, and I’m all set to roll.”

Diving into the Resendiz showdown:

“We’re in for a real clash, facing off against another fighter who’s never seen defeat. But hear this, I don’t back down. I’m all about the old-school brawl, ready to take on anyone, and Resendiz? He’s exactly the kind of challenge I crave, unbeaten and all. This clash? It’s going to be fire, with both of us not the type to step back.”

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On the spotlight of a televised main event:

“Being in the limelight again, on a national platform, is a blessing. Big shoutout to my promoter, Alex Camponovo, for this shot. I’m here to promise one thing – I’ll be delivering a spectacle that’ll have everyone on the edge of their seats. There’s just something about the camera lights that amps up the fight.”

And what clinching a win means:

“Snagging this win is my ticket to the big leagues, aiming for a spot among the top ten. I’m all in, stacking up those wins to make it happen, and this fight’s going to be a stepping stone towards that dream.”


Bantamweight George Navarro (8-3-1, 4 KOs), from Los Angeles, CA, vs. MJ Bo (9-5-2, 5 KOs), from Manila, Philippines. (6-rounds).

Super featherweight Eric Mondragon (8-1-1, 4 KOs) of Maywood, CA, will face Jenel Lausa (9-3-1, 5 KOs), from Manila, Philippines. (6-rounds).

Super lightweight Leonardo Rubalcava (5-0, 2 KOs) from Jurupa Valley, CA, will face Walter Raul Saravia (4-7, 1 KO) from Catamarca, Argentina. (6-rounds).

Opening up the show will be bantamweight Peter Henry Acosta (Pro Debut), from Santa Ana, CA, vs. an opponent TBA. (4-rounds).

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