Roamer Alexis Angulo headlines ‘Rumble Rodeo’ on March 1st

02/27/2024 - No comments

Leading the charge at the ‘Rumble Rodeo’ is a clash of titans in the light heavyweight arena, vying for the prestigious NABA WBA Light Heavyweight crown. Stepping into the ring are Colombia’s own Roamer Alexis Angulo, boasting a record of 27 wins, 3 losses, and a knack for knockouts, and Mexico’s seasoned brawler Oscar Rojas, with 29 wins under his belt and a history of tough fights.

Angulo, hailing from the heart of Colombia, is all set to throw down for the NABA WBA Light Heavyweight glory this Friday, eyeing a shot at the division’s elite. With 14 years of trading punches and ducking weaves, this 39-year-old fighter has faced off against some of the division’s heavy hitters, proving his mettle time and again.

His last tango in the ring was against Edgar Berlanga in the iconic Madison Square Garden, where he pressed hard but fell short, losing by unanimous decision after 10 rounds. Yet, with a knockout ratio that would make most boxers second guess, Angulo’s thunderous fists still talk a big game. On the flip side, the 40-year-old southpaw Oscar Rojas, fresh off a busy year and three fights to his name, is itching to start the year with a bang by taking down Angulo.

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But that’s not all – the evening’s co-feature shines a spotlight on Lorenzo Medina, a 19-year-old whirlwind with 9 wins, no losses, and a penchant for putting opponents to sleep, promising to keep fans on the edge of their seats. The lineup also boasts Miami’s brightest, including Manny Correa, a Cuban knockout artist ready to duke it out with Carlos Padilla in a super featherweight frenzy. And let’s not forget Gustavo Trujillo, the heavyweight from Cuba, ready to make some noise at Miami’s Tropical Park Equestrian Center.