Lamont Roach Jr. vs. Rey Perez Live stream. Lamont Roach Jr. vs. Rey Perez on Nov.30
Lamont Roach, Jr. (15-0, 6 KOs) will make his headlining debut as he defends his WBC Youth Super Featherweight Title against Filipino contender Rey “Flash” Perez (21-8, 6 KOs) in the 10-round main event of the Nov. 30 edition of Golden Boy Boxing on ESPN at the MGM National Harbor in Maryland. ESPN3 (English) and ESPN Deportes (Spanish) will transmit the fights live at 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT. Undercard transmission airs on ESPN3 at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT.ESPN2 will air the fight at 11 p.m.ET/8 p.m. PT.
Roach, Jr. is one of the best prospects of the exclusive Golden Boy Promotions stable. After a stellar amateur record through the NoXcuse Boxing Club, the 22-year-old native of Washington, D.C. debuted in April 2014. Since then, Roach’s combination of skill and technique earned him 12 straight victories before earning the WBC Youth Super Featherweight title in January 2017. Since then, Roach, Jr. has stayed very busy and has defended his belt two times. He will defend his title before a hometown crowd for the first time on Nov. 30.
Perez, a 27-year-old native of the Philippines, is a tough competitor with bouts against Chris “The Hitman” Avalos and the future WBO World Super Bantamweight Champion Jessie Magdaleno on his resume. Perez is coming off a second-round knockout victory against Noel Adelmita in June 2017, and will look to toss Roach, Jr. off the proverbial super featherweight ladder if he can capitalize on his last win.
Sergey Kuzmin vs. Amir Mansour Live stream. Sergey Kuzmin vs. Amir Mansour this Monday, Sergey Kuzmin vs. Amir Mansour – Full Card is Announced
After breakthrough years of 2014 and 2015, the World of Boxing, Russia’s top promotional outfit, limited its activities for a number of reasons, favouring quality over quantity and spreading out over the world’s largest country at the same time. By doing so, WoB made it harder for a casual Moscow fan to observe boxing as it has largely shifted to the regions. However, almost five months since its last big card in the Russian capital, WoB makes its return by staging Russia’s largest boxing show on November 27 at Luzhniki Sports Arena. The card will feature almost all of the talent that WoB has, culminating in two twelve-rounders supported by a deep list of eight ten-rounders.
By Sean Jones: This Monday night, Sergey Kuzmin (11-0, 8 KOs) and #13 WBO Amir Mansour (23-2-1, 16 KOs) will be fighting for the vacant WBC International heavyweight at the Luzhniki in Moscow, Russia. Despite the age difference between the two fighters, it should be a very competitive fight. Kuzmin, 30, is a big puncher from Russia with an excellent amateur background. Unfortunately for Kuzmin, he got off to a late start in his pro career at 27 due to the time that he spent fighting in Amateur boxing in Russia. Kuzmin is being fast tracked to the top due to his age. He can’t afford to be brought along slowly like most fighters.
Kuzmin hasn’t had a lot of time to prepare for the 45-year-old Amir Mansour, as he was originally supposed to be fighting Lucas Browne. He pulled out of the fight because he has a possible option of fighting for a world title against WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker if he fails to make a fight with IBFWBA champion Anthony Joshua. So, both Kuzmin and Mansour haven’t had much time to prepare for each other.