Borizteca Boxing presents Ko Kings Torres vs Cuevas

On September 19, 2020 starting at 3 p.m. PST, the Global Sports Streaming Service’s Best In Boxing format returns with their latest PPV offering, Knockout Kings presented by Borizteca Boxing Promotions for only $5.99. They’ll also be kicking off each show with their free preliminary bouts which are included in their “Before the Bell” package hosted by Courtney Perna, the Emmy Award winning host from their studio in Las Vegas. The live prelims will be mixed in with studio guests and commentary from Las Vegas and also be broadcast live on Fight Hub TV on YouTube. Fight Hub TV which now enjoys an enviable association with Global Sports Streaming has a reputation for bringing their live fights to some 850,000+ subscribers. After the preliminary bouts air, the above Pay Per View battle between Torres and Cuevas will air on both and

At present they have nine exciting bouts scheduled

As an introduction/warm-up for this Kevin “Diamond Boy” Torres (16-1-1, 13 KOs) of Chula Vista, Calif. by way of Bellingham, Washington Main Event versus Jose Cuevas (13-1-1, 11 KOs) of Tijuana (bottom), we recommend you check out the September 5th fireworks featuring Angel Ramos taking on Jorge Villalobos coming to you live from the historic Fronton Palacio Jai Alai Entertainment Center in downtown Tijuana.

May 5th’s Official Bout Sheet

If you do tune in Saturday, September 5th at 3 p.m., you’ll be able to observe first hand the launch of this Global Sports Streaming Pay Per View service while watching the Toscano Boxing Promotions live show from the historic Fronton Palacio Jai Alai Entertainment Center in downtown Tijuana, Mexico. Tickets to watch the ignaugural event are only $9.99. If past Toscanno Boxing Promotion Shows are any indicator, this show should be a dandy. Especially when they have Ensenada dynamo Angel Ramos taking on up and comer 20-year-old Jorge Villalobos from Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico in an 8-round slugfest. As a word of advice: “Since it’s unlikely Ramos will be letting his local supporters down, I wouldn’t go plopping down any hefty wagers against the home favorite.

Another feature within a feature: The much talked about added attraction to the above Fightcard: local fan favorite, former boxing great Manuel “Mantecas” Medina (67-16-1, 32 KOs) a gentleman who before retiring in 2008 had won the IBF, WBC and WBO World Featherweight Titles plus the WBA Intercontinental Super Featherweight Title will again face one of his former opponents Alejandro “La Cobrita” Gonzalez. On Saturday evening, they have the former champ, now 49 years of age, a veteran of 18 campaigns, turning back the clock to face the now 47-year-old Alejandro Gonzalez from Los Angeles by way of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. The two gentlemen met 18 days shy of 25 years ago to battle for the WBC’s World Featherweight Title at the Convention Center in Sacramento, Calif. In that title fight Manuel Medina eked out a split decision victory with favorable scores of 115-113 and 116-112 and one unfavorable score of 113-115. To allege Gonzalez has been plotting his revenge for 25 years may be a stretch, but one thing is for certain that loss has always been right there in his memory bank.

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