CENTRAL VALLEY BOXING AND KICKBOXING EXPLOSION
Let’s get ready to rumble.
Pro boxing is back in Stockton, in a big way. There will be a rumble in Stockton’s jungle.
Big Time World Championship Boxing and Kickboxing presents a
boxing and kickboxing explosion.
You would not be able to see an event like this anywhere in
Northern California. Tickets
are ridiculously low.
Over fifty rounds of professional boxing and
amateur kickboxing on May 23, 7:00 pm, at the Stockton Memorial Civic
Auditorium, in beautiful downtown Stockton.
A number of celebrities will be making appearances, including
Cruiserweight World Champion James “Lights Out” Tony; World
Welterweight Champion from 1976-79, actor and activist, born in
Mexico, “Fist of Steel” Stark Carlos Palomino, who has appeared in
several feature films; and Middleweight Champion Oba Carr.
Beautiful Las Vegas style ring girls will be at the show.
Every seat in the house has a great view and tickets will sell
out. Tickets range in
price from $20 to $55. These
seat prices are less than half of what any other typical show would
Meet some of the Stockton’s old-time boxers
of Stockton, as well as the new up and coming champions—Fel Clemente,
Featherweight Champion during the 70’s; and light-heavyweight
contender, during the 80’s, Yaki Lopez will be present.
David Martinez, from Stockton, who is 90-10 as an amateur and
won the 2002 Bantamweight National Championship will be the main
event. He will be
fighting Joaquin Candelerro from Phoenix, Arizona. David will continue his undefeated streak.
Then the super-heavyweights will get it on.
Carter Williams, 245 pounds, of Modesto, just won the World K-1
Kickboxing Championship, and who is undefeated at 2-0 as a pro boxer,
will fight John Clark, of Miami, who was a defensive end for the 49ers
during 1996-2000 and has appeared on movies such as Any Given Sunday,
The Replacements, Varsity Blues, Waterboy, and The Jamie Fox Show.
Joey Garcia, another outstanding bantamweight, from Modesto,
will fight Jorge Lopez of Phoenix.
Maurice Hooks, light-heavyweight, of Modesto, will make his pro
debut, fighting Russian, Vlad Inger.
We have another light-heavyweight fight, which will pit Sheldon
Callum, of San Francisco, against Olawaleo Afolabi, of London,
England. The card
continues with a couple more super-heavyweights that fought to a draw
the last time they met, last year, and would like to settle this
fight—265 pound Daniel McGerry, from Sacramento, will fight Sal
Fernetti, 310 pounds, of Los Angeles.
There will also be six kickboxing bouts,
sanctioned by the International Kickboxing Federation and an IKF
Cruiser Championship between Brandon Banda, of Concord, and Derek Yuen,
of San Jose—Derek is 11-3 and Brandon has a perfect 5-0 record.