On December 2, Houston, Texas, will host a stellar event as Golden Boy’s shining stars light up the ring. Headlining the show, the electrifying “King” Ryan Garcia (23-1, 19 KOs) is set to take on the fearsome Oscar “La Migraña” Duarte (26-1-1, 21 KOs) in an enthralling super lightweight fight. This thrilling evening, in partnership with Cancun Boxing, will be streamed globally live on DAZN, included in your subscription.
The evening’s second main event spotlights London’s Ohara “Two Tanks” Davies (25-2, 18 KOs), stepping into the U.S. spotlight for the first time as a Golden Boy fighter. He’s squaring off against El Tigre, Venezuela’s Ismael Barroso (24-4-2, 22 KOs). Their 12-round clash, a showdown for the WBA Super Lightweight Interim World Championship, is brought to you by TGB Promotions.
Also on the DAZN card, WBA Lightweight International Champion, the rising sensation Floyd “Kid Austin” Schofield (15-0, 11 KOs) from Austin, Texas, defends his title. He faces Ricardo “Explosivo” Torres (17-7-3, 12 KOs) from Tijuana, Mexico, in a 10-round battle, presented alongside Davies Entertainment. Schofield is riding high off a spectacular victory over Haskell Rhodes this past July 8.
Joining the action, NABO Middleweight Champion Shane Mosley Jr. (20-4, 11 KOs) is up against San Bernardino’s Joshua Conley (17-5-1, 11 KOs) in a 10-round contest. Mosley Jr. is all fired up following his stunning fifth-round knockout of D’Mitrius Ballard at the Munguia vs. Derevyanchenko event in June.
Kicking off the DAZN card, Darius Fulghum (8-0, 8 KOs), the knockout sensation, will electrify his hometown Houston fans. He faces Pachino “Chino” Hill (8-4-1, 6 KOs) from Davenport, Iowa, in an eight-round light heavyweight fight. Fulghum, one of boxing’s most active prospects this year, is set to impress yet again.
And there’s more action heating up the ring! Golden Boy Fight Night: Garcia vs. Duarte Prelims on Golden Boy’s YouTube Channel will start the evening. Asa “Ace” Stevens (5-0, 2 KOs) from Waianae, Hawaii, steps into the ring against Dominique Griffin (5-5-2, 2 KOs) of Irving, Texas, in a four-round super bantamweight fight. Watch out for Gael “El Terror” Cabrera (2-0, 1 KO) from Sonora, Mexico, as he returns in a four-round bout against Alejandro Dominguez (2-0, 1 KO) of Las Vegas, Nevada. And not to be missed, Sean Garcia (5-0, 2 KOs) of Victorville, California, will make his presence felt in a four-round fight against an opponent soon to be revealed.
Darius Fulghum on Garcia-Duarte card streaming live on DAZN
Undefeated sensation Darius “DFG” Fulghum (8-0, 8 KOs) is all set to throw down with light heavyweight Pachino “Chino” Hill (8-4-1, 6 KOs) in a much-awaited eight-rounder. The showdown? In Fulghum’s backyard, Houston, on a shiny Golden Boy Promotions card. This sizzler is sharing the limelight with the Ryan Garcia vs. Oscar Duarte main event, set to electrify the Toyota Center on December 2.
Fulghum, at 27, is blazing trails with an impressive knockout streak, laying out all eight of his opponents. But hey, he’s not sweating about making it nine straight KOs. It’s all about the win and thrilling the crowd for him. This fight marks his third consecutive eight-rounder, though he’s only needed three rounds in total for the last two. Talk about efficiency!
Fulghum’s philosophy is simple: win and wow the fans. “Knockouts are great, but they’re like the cherry on top. My focus? A dominant performance. I’m ready for a strong eight rounds, no sweat!” he says. With 2023 marking his sixth ring appearance and second under the Golden Boy Promotions banner, it’s been a year to remember for DFG.
As a licensed nurse and a former top-ranked amateur heavyweight, Fulghum’s not just about brawn. He’s got brains and heart, too. Plus, with Thanksgiving around the corner, he’s trading in some carbs for camaraderie. “Food’s great, but Thanksgiving’s really about family and friends. I’d love to be Guy Fieri if I weren’t boxing,” he chuckles.
Behind Fulghum’s rise is 3 Point Management (3 PM), a Los Angeles-based team nurturing talents like former world super middleweight champion Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez and others. As for Darius “DFG” Fulghum, his star is on the rise. It’s not a question of ‘if’ but ‘when’ he’ll hit the big time