Bud Light Pro Fight Series Gets Supercharged in 2014 with Two Title Fights at One Event, Including ONE WBC

With two title Fights, including a WBC Intercontental Super Bantamweight Title Fight and a Texas Super Middle Weight Title Fight, as well 8 other thrilling bouts, Standing 8 Promotions’ Bud Light Pro Fight Series is one month away and already anticipated to be the most electrifying boxing event to hit the DFW Metroplex in decades.

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Bud Light Pro Fight Series gets supercharged in 2014 with 2 title fights, including one WBC Intercontinental Title fight.

Fort Worth, TX (PRWEB) April 03, 2014

With two title Fights, including a WBC Intercontental Super Bantamweight Title Fight and a Texas Super Middle Weight Title Fight, as well 8 other thrilling bouts, Standing 8 Promotions’ Bud Light Pro Fight Series is one month away and already anticipated to be the most electrifying boxing event to hit the DFW Metroplex in decades.

With three quarters of the tickets already sold, a whole month before the 2014 Bud Light Pro Fight Series begins at the Amon Carter Exhibit Hall in Fort Worth, TX, Standing 8 Promotions has already added approximately 400 seats in response to the excitement level for the April 26th event.

The main event should certainly be a knock out for the crowd, if not for one of the contenders, as Fort Worth’s undefeated, highly promoted and praised Tony Lopez (9-0) contends for the WBC Intercontinental Super Banamweight Title against Mission, Texas’ (5-0-1) prized prize fighter Isaac Torres, who already has 14 national titles and 4 world titles under his belt. This main event is guaranteed to be a test of skill and power for two boxers, who are distinguished as Texas’ best.

The co-main event promises just as much excitement as one of Texas’ most famous and proven boxers, Tony Mack of Dallas, TX (9-1 with 5 KOS) goes into the ring to defend his highly sought after Super Middle Weight Texas Title against Wichita Falls boxing legend and promoter, James “Boogie” Freeman, who has fought and won on some of the biggest boxing cards against the toughest contenters.

And the thrill won’t be limited to the main events at this powered-up Bud Light Pro Fight as the Bud Light Pro Fight Series marks the “release of the Cracking” from the United Kingdom with “Cracking” (4-0) Craig Callaghan in the ring on U.S. soil once again to show Americans how to crack some skulls. In addition, to the Cracking others on the card include the following: the extremely promising boxing pro newcomer Marquis Taylor from Houston, TX (2-0); Fan favorite and KO king, Mike “Italian Stallion” Tufariello from Carrollton, TX (3-1-1); the recently pro debuted David “Roc" Hance from Dallas, TX (0-1); Joey “Panama Flash” Dunmoodie from Dallas, TX (6-2-2); Jonathan Ramierez from Arlington, TX (2-0 with 1 KO); and Kenny “Pitbull” Grammer from Wichita Falls, TX (1-0), who made his boxing pro debut with a ferocity and a fast TKO, along with other boxing favorites from Texas and nationwide.

The first 2014 Bud Light Pro Fight Series bell will ring promptly at 7:00 PM on April 26, 2014. Doors to the landmark Amon Carther Exhibit Hall will open at 6:00 PM. Tickets are available now at http://www.standing8promotions.com. Ticket prices start at $35. This event is guaranteed to be sold out at the rate the tickets are moving, so if you have preferred seating don’t wait to get your tickets at the door! See you at the fights!


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