(June 8, 2023) – ProBox TV proudly returns next week with its monthly installment of Wednesday Night Fights from ProBox headquarters in Plant City, Florida.
The evening’s headline act will see Franklin Gonzalez (25-2-2, 25 KOs) lock horns with Saul Sanchez (18-2, 11 KOs) in the super bantamweight over 10 rounds. Venezuelan knockout artist, Gonzalez comes off back-to-back dubious points defeats finding his luck tough outside his native South America. His only two defeats came against Jorge Orozco in Guadalajara, Mexico, and most recently against Manuel Flores losing via split decision in California. Other than the previous two marks on his record, Gonzalez has knocked out every single one of his opponents inside the distance. Californian Sanchez also comes off a contentious defeat at the hands of Eros Correa last year. Previous to only his second career defeat, the 25-year-old went six fights unbeaten winning WBA regional titles in two weight classes.
The chief support from the Sunshine State brings fight fans Oscar Alvarez (9-0, 7 KOs) Vs Jonhatan Cardoso (15-1, 14 KOs) in the super featherweight division scheduled for 8 rounds. 6ft 3in Mexican Alvarez has been in fine form performing on ProBox TV with an unblemished record with a 77+ percentage knockout ratio. Cardoso fighting out of Sao Paulo, Brazil was also last in action on ProBox TV with a unanimous decision victory over the undefeated Jose Arellano in Florida in January.
ProBox TV’s very own Dominic Valle (5-0, 4 KOs) will square off with Carlos Rosario (6-1, 3 KOs) at 130 pounds over 6 rounds. Valle has been a mainstay on the channel with an almost perfect start to his professional career. The 22-year Florida native boasts a knockout percentage of 80 percent, he comes off a points victory over Jose Antonia Meza last November. Puerto Rico’s Rosario comes off a split-decision victory over the undefeated Joshafat Ortiz this past April in Philadelphia. His only defeat came on ProBox TV where many said he was unlucky to lose the decision over Ezequiel Borrero last November.
The televised card begins with Mongolia’s Tsendbaatar Erdenebat (6-0, 3 KOs) going toe-to-toe with India’s Sandeep Jangra (4-0, 3 KOs). The pair put their undefeated records on the line over 6 rounds in the super featherweight division. Erdenebat was a decorated amateur for his country, he won gold at two Asian Championships, a gold medal at the Asian Games, a Bronze World Championship medal, and also competed at the Olympics. Signed with Lou DiBella, he comes off a points victory over Edy Valencia Mercado in New York. Jangra is managed by boxing legend Roy Jones Jr, the Indian also comes off a good amateur career with silver medals at both the Commonwealth Games and Asian Championships.