9/19 – Omar Andres Narvaez (42-1-2, 23 KO’s) vs. Felipe Orucuta (29-2, 24 KO’s) – Anfiteatro Municipal, Villa Maria, Cordoba, Argentina
Narvaez’s one misstep was against Nonito Donaire at the highest weight of his career. That bout aside, he’s been a dominant flyweight and super flyweight champion with 28 victories in world title bouts. Currently, he’s the WBO World super flyweight champion and puts that title up against Orucuta, a former WBC Continental Americas super flyweight title holder that Narvaez had beaten last year. Orucutas last 12 wins have all been inside the distance.
9/19 – Leonardo Zappavigna (31-2, 21 KO’s) vs. TBA – Ottimo House, Denham Court, New South Wales, Australia
The former IBO lightweight champion now fights as a light welterweight and won the vacant WBO Oriental light welterweight title in his last outing. In a scheduled eight round bout, he faces an opponent to be named.
9/20 – Bradley Skeete (17-0, 6 KO’s) vs. Leandro Mendes Pinto (16-4-2, 7 KO’s) – York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, United Kingdom
Skeete defends the WBA Inter-Continental welterweight title, his second defense since winning the belt at the beginning of the year. Pinto’s had his share of losses over the last couple of years, but did hold the interim WBC Latino light welterweight title.
9/20 – Konstantin Ponomarev (24-0, 12 KO’s) vs. Cosme Rivera (37-18-3, 25 KO’s) – Celebrity Theater, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
At 21 years old Ponomarev had already held a number of regional titles in his four year pro career. Rivera has won his last two bouts, and lost the four prior.
9/20 – Shane Mosley Jr. (2-0, 2 KO’s) vs. Marchristopher Adkins (2-1, 1 KO) – Celebrity Theater, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Mosley picks up his third bout of the year against an equally experienced opponent.
9/20 – Hector Camacho Jr. (58-6-1, 32 KO’s) vs. Ryan Davis (24-14-3, 9 KO’s) – Convention Center, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
“Machito” comes in off a second round stoppage of Miguel Munguia after a 10 round loss to Hector Munoz. He’s never been able to pick up the big win that would push him forward, the biggest win on his record coming against Yori Boy Campas in 2009. Davis’ last five bouts were all against very good opposition, and he lost them all.
9/20 – DeMarcus Corley (41-22-1, 25 KO’s) vs. Daniel Attah (28-18-1, 11 KO’s) – Convention Center, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
“Chop Chop” has become somewhat of an “opponent” for up and coming fighters, but he has managed to pull off a couple of good wins along the way. Attah’s in the same boat, less the big wins. He’s lost his last five bouts, and 11 of his last 13.
9/20 – Jeff Lacy (26-5, 18 KO’s) vs. Rayco Saunders (23-24-2, 10 KO’s) – Convention Center, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
“Left Hook’s” career never really got back on track after the 2006 loss to Joe Calzaghe. He’s beaten some B level opponents but hasn’t been able to get back at the world level. Saunders is your standard go-to opponent, who’s lost five straight and 10 of his last 11.
9/20 – James McGirt vs. Rahman Mustafa Yusubov – The Mela Room, Orlando, Florida, USA
A loss to Edwin Rodriguez kept McGirt inactive for nearly four years. He came back this past May to stop over matched Larry Smith in one round. Yusubov shouldn’t last much longer; he’s lost 14 of his last 16 bouts.