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Paco Presents Boxing Card October 29th, at Cache Creek | Northern California Boxing

Famed promoter Don Chargin, will promote his first-show from the afterlife, along with his protege, Paco Damian, of Paco Presents Boxing, as the duo return after a two-year hiatus from promoting boxing at their favorite venue – the Cache Creek Casino and Resort, in Brooks, California. Topping the bill a world-class main event between local favorite Alan Sanchez of Fairfield, California, facing undefeated Saul Bustos, in a ten-round undercard bout, for the vacant WBA Fedecentro welterweight, which seemingly will create a top-15 contender in the vibrant welterweight world rankings.

Sanchez when speaking to, explained that his motivation are his new family, which includes buying a new house, and having a young child. Sanchez lost his previous coach, Danny Rizzo, to COVID-19, as well – so despite having five losses, but his last win a split decision over Jose Miguel Borrego in May of 2021.

Saul Bustos despite an undefeated record will be going on the road for this massive opportunity as the Freddie Roach-trained fighter will be looking to land the biggest win of his career, furthering his win over Thompson Boxing’s Loui Lopez, from awhile back.

The co-main event will see, cruiserweight Blake “The Beast” McKernan of Sacramento, California, who has actively been calling out Jake Paul, looking to face, Roberto Silva in an exciting eight-round co-feature.

Featherweight Ivan Vergara of Fairfield, California, will make his long-awaited return to the ring against undefeated Juan Pedro Miranda, in a six-round contest.

Other notable bouts, Concord, Ca’s Kevin Montano will face the undefeated Kevin Perez, in a battle of two featherweight prospects at featherweight division, as well as the opening bout, heavyweight Federico Pacheco Jr taking on Josue Vargas in a four-round bout.

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