Found October 22, 2011 on Pro Boxing Fans:
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All participants for Star Boxing's "Azteca America" show at the Tropicana in the Atlantic City weighed in on Friday at the the Trop.The card features a number of notable names from the Star Boxing stable, including prospects Raymond Serrano and Jason Escalera, popular heavyweights Vinny Maddalone and Chazz Witherspoon, and also Shamone Alvarez. View the complete results of the weigh-in below. The show, which is the first of a series of Star Boxing/Azteca events.  The show will be broadcast Live on Azteca America. All fighters on the bout card will be wearing the pink gloves. The gloves are donated by Everlast. "Breast cancer needs to be knocked out", said Star Boxing CEO Joe DeGuardia. Jr. Middleweights 10 Rounds Ray Tito Serrano -140 1/2 lbs.    Vs. Angel Rios - 140 1/2 lbs. ____________________________ Heavyweights 10 Rounds Vinny Maddalone - 235 lbs. Vs. Mike Sheppard - 222 lbs. _____________________________ Welterweights 8 Rounds Shamone Alvarez- 14...
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