Matchroom has revealed a quartet of upcoming shows in Spain and Italy, which function some of the nations’ most noteworthy fighters.
April 1st sees Sandor Martin (39-2, 13 KO), final seen upsetting Mikey Garcia in October, face Mexico’s Jose Felix (39-5-1, 30 KO) in Barcelona. It’s unquestionably a step again for Martin; Felix is coming off a choice loss to Tyrone McKenna and acquired smashed by Isaac Cruz 4 fights again.
The cardboard additionally options 2016 Olympic quarterfinalist Samuel Carmona (6-0, 4 KO) and unbeaten Alejandro Moya (15-0, 10 KO)., plus the return of Ricards Bolotniks (18-6-1, 8 KO).
“I’m so excited to fight again in Barcelona, for me it is a very special comeback after beating Mikey Garcia in California. I needed to fight in front of my people again and feel their support. It could be my last fight before fighting for the world title. I don’t want any surprises, I’ve worked hard and I want to show that I’m ready,” stated Sandor Martin.
Three weeks later in Verbania, tremendous middleweight Ivan Zucco (15-0, 13 KO) takes on Marko Nikolic (28-1, 12 KO) and tremendous welterweight Mirko Natalizi (11-0, 7 KO) meets Tony Dixon (13-3, 4 KO) for a WBC trinket.
“I am proud to headline an event of such an international importance in my hometown of Verbania,” stated Zucco. “I will be ready to win the Green belt. As I have always said: “Verbania is inexpugnable!”
On Might thirteenth in Milan, Daniele Scardina (20-0, 16 KO) meets veteran Giovanni De Carolis (29-10-1, 13 KO) at tremendous middleweight in a card that additionally consists of Mary Romero (7-2, 2 KO) vs. Maria Cecchi (6-0, 1 KO) and Maxim Prodan (19-1-1, 5 KO) in opposition to TBA.
“It’s going to be an important and great fight,” stated Scardina. “We are super focused; it will be a great show live worldwide on DAZN.”
“I am thrilled to compete with Daniele,” stated De Carolis. “It is a match that Italian boxing needs and it will attract great attention on an international level.”
Lastly, in Bilbao, Kerman Lejarraga (34-2, 26 KO) fights JJ Metcalf (21-2, 13 KO) on Might twentieth in his first battle since brutally stopping Jack Flatley in December.