Boxing Returns To San Francisco Feb.18th, Andy Vences Headlines

San Francisco will have its first professional boxing show since prior to the pandemic, as Westside Boxing Promotions, founded by Patrick Ragan a long-time boxing coach and now promoter, will throw a show on February 18th, 2023, at the Cow Palace in San Francisco, California. Toping the bill will be former WBC Continental Americas Super Featherweight champion, Andy Vences making his first appearance in a fight in the Bay Area since he knocked out Sergio Najera in the second round of their fight in 2015, in Redwood City, Ca.

Vences will face veteran Cristian Ruben Mino in an eight-round fight. Also on the card former world title challenger Ronald Gavril will be back in action, as well as the soon of Evander Holyfield, Evan Holyfield, who is looking to rebound after a shocking upset loss.

Other notables, undefeated Sacramento lightweight Cain Sandoval will face Pedro Cruz of San Jose, California, San Francisco’s very own Suray Mahmutovic will be in action as well as Concord, California’s Kevin Montano.

This promotion is giving a platform to young fighters and veterans alike a chance to build their career, and display their talents to local fans.

Tickets are available here.

Full card

130 lbs – Andy Vences vs. Cristian Ruben Mino

168 lbs – Ronald Gavril vs. Khainell Wheeler

147 lbs – Evan Holyfield vs. Terrance Jarmon

147 lbs – Rashad Shahid vs. Ysrael Barboza

201 lbs – Suray Mahmutovic vs TBA

135 lbs – Cain Sandoval vs. Pedro Cruz

130 lbs – Kevin Montano vs TBA

135 lbs – Ioannis Manouilidis vs. TBA

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