Undefeated fighters Jimmy Quiter squares off with Mirady Lubanzadio Zola

Chicago, IL.-Chicago’s longest-running promotional company, Hitz Boxing returns to The Dome at the Ballpark on Friday night, April 1st with a special night of professional boxing.

In addition to the nine-bout card, the inaugural inductee to the Hitz Boxing Ring of Honor, Mike Jimenez will be enshrined.

No less than seven-undefeated prospects will see action in crowd-pleasing fights.

Two of them, Jimmy Quiter (4-0-1, 4 KOs) of Oak Park, Illinois fights Mirady Lubanzadio Zola (2-0, 1 KO) of Canal Winchester, Ohio in a six-round super middleweight battle. This will be the second consecutive undefeated opponent for Quiter.

One of the highlights of the evening will be the Induction of Jimenez, who was a staple of Hitz Boxing, being enshrined as the first fighter inducted into the Ring of Honor.

“We created the Ring of Honor as a way to pay homage to our former fighters who have been a large part of our success. This will become part of each of our shows going forward. Mike has meant a lot to Hitz Boxing, to the boxing climate of this town, and to a lot of fans,” said Hitz Boxing CEO Bobby Hitz, “Its only right to have him be the first inductee. He headlined so many of our shows and put on great performances. Mike just retired so I am very excited that I can honor him in this way.”

Also seeing action in six-round bouts:

Daniel Buenaventura (3-3) of Chicago fighting Yamin Mohammad (7-18-1, 3 KOs) of Ohio in a lightweight contest.

Dawid Bosak (2-0, 2 KOs) of Rosemont, Illinois squares off with Akeen Black (6-5, 2 KOs) of Milwaukee, Wisconsin in a junior welterweight bout.

This rest of the show will feature Undefeated fighters in heavyweight Dontae Pettigew (4-0, 3 KOs) of Chicago; super flyweight Javier Rivera (3-0, 1 KO) of Chicago; lightweight Angel Barrera of Chicago and junior welterweight Jorge Perez (2-0, 1 KO) of Chicago will take part in four-round bouts

Also scheduled to see action will be Tommy Hughes (9-2,4 KOs) of Chicago takes in a super middleweight as well as welterweight Sarah French (5-2-1) of Chicago

All bouts subject to change

Tickets are priced between $50 and $200 and can be purchased at the following:

The show will be streamed live on BXNGTV.com and can be ordered at

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