9/26 – Anselmo Moreno (35-2-1, 12 KO’s) vs. Juan Carlos Payano (15-0, 8 KO’s) – Mesquite Arena, Mesquite, Texas, USA
Moreno makes the fifth defense of the WBA Super World bantamweight title after eight straight wins in “regular” WBA bantamweight title bouts. His only loss since 2002 was to Abner Mares, the WBC super-bantamweight champ. Payano has fought some experienced fighters on his way up, and is a former holder of the WBC Latino, WBA Fedalatin, and NABA bantamweight title holder.
9/26 – Robert Marroquin (23-3-1, 16 KO’s) vs. Miguel Soto (12-3, 12 KO’s) – Mesquite Arena, Mesquite, Texas, USA
Marroquin’s had some tough outings recently, going 1-2-1 in his last four bouts. Soto looks dangerous on paper, but his three losses have all come when he steps up his opposition level.
9/27 – Omar Chavez (32-2-1, 22 KO’s) vs. Ramon Alvarez (19-4-2, 12 KO’s) – Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico
“El Businessman” hasn’t reached the status of his brother Julio Jr., but has taken a slight step up in competition and comes in a four fight winning streak and won the NABO light middleweight title in his last bout.
9/27 – Krzysztof Wlodarczyk (49-2-1, 35 KO’s) vs. Grigory Drozd (38-1, 27 KO’s) – Dynamo Palace of Sports in Krylatskoye, Moscow, Russia
Wlodarczyk defends the WBC World cruiserweight title for the sixth time. His only loss since 2003 was a thin majority decision to Steve Cunningham, whom he had already beaten. Drozd comes in as the EBU cruiserweight title holder, holding a knockout win over formerly undefeated Mateusz Masternak and a stoppage of Darnell Wilson.
9/27 – Denis Lebedev (25-2, 19 KO’s) vs. Pawel Kolodziej (33-0, 18 KO’s) – Dynamo Palace of Sports in Krylatskoye, Moscow, Russia
Lebedev is the last man to have defeated Roy Jones Jr., but the former WBA cruiserweight champ took a tough loss his last time out, being stopped by Guillermo Jones in the 11th frame a fight he was winning. He gets a chance to regain that title against Kolodziej, a former IBC and WBF cruiserweight belt holder as well as a holder of multiple regional titles.
9/27 – Ricardo Mayorga (29-8-1, 23 KO’s) vs. Allen Medina (9-23-1, 1 KO) – OKC Downtown Airpark, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
It’s Mayorga’s first contest since 2011. Well known for a pair of upset victories over Vernon Forrest, he’s also faced (and lost to) Felix Trinidad and Oscar De La Hoya to name a few. He was last stopped by Miguel Cotto. Medina, a former U.S. Marine, comes in off four losses and hasn’t fought since late 2012.
9/27 – Samuel Peter (34-5, 27 KO’s) vs. Ron Aubrey Aubrey (12-3-1, 12 KO’s) – OKC Downtown Airpark, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Peter makes his first ring appearance in over three years. “The Nigerian Nightmare” is best known for his pair of victories over James Toney, as well as two losses to Wladimir Klitschko and brother Vitali. Aubrey is a former ECHL hockey player who‘s stopped all but one opponent; Peter is head and shoulders above anyone he’s faced.
9/27 – Yori Boy Campas (102-17-3, 79 KO’s) vs. Julio Cesar Lanzas (8-19-6, 1 KO) – OKC Downtown Airpark, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Campas is still active at the age of 43. The former IBF and IBA light middleweight champion has seen it all in his 27 year pro career, facing the likes of Felix Trinidad, Anthony Stephens, Fernando Vargas, Raul Marquez and Oscar De La Hoya. Lanzas has fought primarily on small mid-west cards throughout his career.
9/29 – Joseph Diaz (11-0, 7 KO’s) vs. Raul Hidalgo (22-11, 16 KO’s) – State Farm Arena, Hidalgo, Texas, USA
Diaz headlines Golden Boy Live Monday Night. The U.S. Olympian takes a slight step up against Hidalgo, who’s experienced but tends to lose when he steps up.
9/29 – Fidel Maldanado Jr. (18-2, 15 KO’s) vs. TBA – State Farm Arena, Hidalgo, Texas, USA
Maldonado has won five straight with four knockouts since back to back losses in 2012. No named opponent yet.
9/29 – Antonio Tarver Jr. (debut) vs. Zachary Briones (1-1) – State Farm Arena, Hidalgo, Texas, USA
Son of the “Magic Man” makes his debut in light middleweight division.