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Bay Area fighters featured in Rancho Mirage card on Saturday

Professional live boxing returns to the Agua Caliente Casino in Rancho Mirage, California this Saturday, August 25th with the 93rd edition of World Fighting Championships (WFC), a card that will feature some of the best local talent in Southern California. WFC is a promotional company dedicated to the development of local fighters and bringing local fans competitive all action fights to enjoy. These fights are about making the young fighters improve and developed as attractions for the fans to follow throughout their professional careers.

“Unsigned fighters don’t often get opportunities to compete in fairly matched fights while making money fighting in front of their friends & family. This is all we focus on and have been for over 100 fights,” said WFC President, Matt McGovern. will be on-site to cover Hayward, CA’s De’von Abraham (3-0 2KOs) taking on Jose Delgado originally from Concord, Ca, but now training with Robert Garcia in Riverside, Ca.

There will be a total of 11 professional fights and five amateur bouts on the card. The main event will feature Francisco Ochoa (11-0) prospect vs Eduardo Rafael Reyes, McCallen TX. The card will also feature a tremendous amount of prospects in Richard Breward Jr, Mexican Heavyweight Oscar Torres, LA own Alexander Enriquez, Robert Garcia Trained Izaac Colunga, Joel Diaz Trained Tito Sanchez, Leo Ruiz, World Ranked Amateur Jessica Juarez, Devon Abraham vs Jose Maria Delgado, and Daniel Cruz.

WFC has promoted 92 boxing and MMA shows throughout the United States over the past five years and this will be their 6th boxing show in California. 2018 has included three shows at Agua Caliente Casino, as well as one sold out event at Chumash Casino in Santa Ynez. Their cards are full of local talent, giving them the opportunity to showcase their talent in front of their hometown fans.

“California has been great to us this year. Our events keep getting bigger and bigger. We are growing our reach with two of the best properties in the state and looking to add one or two more in 2019! WFC 94 should be our best show yet”,” said WFC President, Matt McGovern.

The Amateur Fights start at 6:00 p.m. Pros start at 7:00 p.m. Tickets for the event are priced at $60 (Ringside), $40 (Premium) and $30 (General Admission) in the Mezzanine and Balcony Level and can be acquired by visiting:

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