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Wednesday Night Fights Tomorrow In Guadalajara, Mexico on

ProBox TV returns to Mexico tomorrow night with its monthly edition of Wednesday Night Fights. The network hits Guadalajara alongside Eddy Reynoso’s No Boxing No Life on the Saul Canelo Alvarez Vs John Ryder fight week and is set to play a big part in the Cinco de Mayo celebrations.

The televised card has undergone some changes since last week. The headline act tomorrow night now brings fight fans the talented undefeated American Johnathan Lopez in a 10-round duel with Osvaldo Saul Nunez Medina (5-4) in the super featherweight division. Lopez (10-0, 7 KOs) has enjoyed much success in Mexico, with nine of his ten professional fights happening south of the border. Nunez comes off a points loss to fellow Mexican Antonio Montoya Olvera in March.

The chief support will see Lazaro Lorenzana (10-0, 8 KOs) lock horns with Alexis Rios Munguia (4-2-1) over 6 rounds in the super welterweight division. Californian Lorenzana comes off a points victory over Cameron Krael in his native San Diego last month, he returns back to Mexico next week having had nine of his ten professional fights in the country. Rios comes off a points defeat against Heriberto Flores Guerrero and will look to put an end to a three-fight winless streak.

Oscar Hernandez Gonzalez (4-1, 2 KOs) and Joseph Morales Villar (2-1-1) will go to battle in the super bantamweight division over 4 rounds. The opening televised card will see talented 18-year-old Cesar Ortiz Castellanos (5-0, 5 KOs) face off with Antonio Gonzalez (3-5, 1 KOin the lightweight division over 6 rounds. 

The televised card will start at 21:00 EST with an all-star commentary team that includes former world champions Chris Algieri and Paulie Malignaggi. They will also be joined by world-class broadcasters Mike Goldberg and Claudia Trejos.

ProBox TV is available in English and Spanish on a free trial until June 1 – No credit card is required.

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