Found March 16, 2012 on
Pro Boxing Fans:
Tonight on Friday Night Fights, former titleholder Kendall Holt looks to get back into the W column against contender Tim Coleman. It's a big fight for both guys as they look to get back into the title picture at junior welterweight. Also on the card is hot prospect Abraham Lopez, amongst other rising names. Check out the full weights from Cabazon, California and tonight's ESPN2 Friday Night Fights right here.
Kendall Holt 144 vs. Tim Coleman 143
Abraham Lopez 127 vs. Gabriel Tolmajyan 128.5
(Tolmajyan 1.5 lbs over, will have to weigh-in at 135 tomorrow noon)
Alejandro Luna 133 vs. Jose Mendoza 135
Rufino Serrano 122 vs. Roman Morales 121
Roy Tapia 123 vs. Jose Garcia 122.5
Derrick Murray 126 vs. Cesar Valenzuela 127
Jesus Gutierrez 137 vs. Manuel Del Cid 136
This is a real nice main event for a Friday Night Fights card, and Holt vs. Coleman should prove to not only be an intriguing bout with major implications for both men and their standings in the division, but it shou...
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Live form the Morongo Casino in Cabazon, Calif., and televised live on ESPN "Friday Night Fights", former WBO junior welterweight champion Kendall Holt (28-5, 16 KOs) and Tim Coleman (19-2-1, 5 KOs) went toe to toe in a scheduled 10-round main event bout that ended early. Gary Shaw Productions and Thompson Boxing were the promoters.
In the first round, Holt dominated...