Advertisement
Advertisement

Joel Baglio Faces Adam Ealoms in Latest Savarese Bill

By Peter Lim

Undefeated junior welterweight Joel Baglio, 9-0 (6 KOs), takes on Adam Ealoms, 3-1-2 (1 KO), in the main event of the latest Savarese Boxing Promotions card at the Houston Athletic Fencing Center on Saturday, Nov. 10. A southpaw, Baglio, 23, won back-to-back Louisiana Golden Gloves titles in '08 and '09 before turning pro last September. A native of Lake Charles, LA, he has a become a regular fixture on the Houston boxing scene, having fought five of his nine bouts under the Savarese banner. While Baglio has fought nine bouts in the first 14 months as a pro, Ealoms, 36, will be coming off an 18-month layoff.

In other bouts: southpaw Thomas Hawkins, 2-0, fights a heavyweight rematch against Ricardo Ramirez, 1-0. Hawkins and Ramirez were both disqualified in the fourth round for excessive holding in their first bout three months ago. Ivan Otero, 8-2 (2 KOs), faces Aaron Anderson, 2-16-1 (1 KO) in a lightweight bout.

A host of Houston fighters will be making their pro debuts on the card. Muay Thai exponent Chase Corley will have to resist the urge to kick in his middleweight debut against Germain Carson, 0-2. Featherweight Rogelio Moreno (debut) takes on Ricardo Valencia, 1-3-1. Heavyweights Isaac Teran and Cody Boutte face each other in their pro debuts.

Tags:
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Post a Comment - View More User Comments (0)
Top Headlines Ray Edwards, Former NFL Veteran, Inks Boxing Promotional Pact Rosado-Monroe Winner Could Get Canelo Next, Says Golden Boy VP Diego De La Hoya: Just Having The Last Name is Not Enough Jermall Charlo is NOT Yet on Board For Julian Williams Defense Tommy Oosthuizen Resumes Career With a Stoppage Win Peralta Parks Cab in The Garage, Ready For Guerrero Rematch De La Hoya: Canelo in The Process of Being a Worldwide Superstar Canelo vs. Smith: Sadam Ali, Eddie Gomez Added To The Card Kid Galahad: Brook Will Beat Golovkin in Style, Box His Ears Off! Malignaggi: I Wouldn't Mind a Shot at David Peralta Next P. Fury: Brook in a Win-Win Position Against Gennady Golovkin David Price Eager To Face Joseph Parker on Joshua Card Crolla Very Motivated To Topple Jorge Linares in 'Legacy Fight' Ricky Burns, if He Beats Relikh, To Land Adrien Broner Next? Mayweather vs. Pacquiao PPV: Strange Twist in Waiter Lawsuit Lauren's Trainer: Svensson Never Fought Anyone on This Level Teddy Atlas: Nobody at 147 is in a Hurry To Face Errol Spence Abel Ramos Breaks Down Juan Jesus Rivera in Six Rounds Edwards Gaining Steam in Camp as Casimero Bout Nears "Fighting Words" - Guerrero, Angulo and the Right Time To Go Canelo: Ready To Face Golovkin? He Has To Be Ready For Me! Two Olympians Investigated For Gambling Allegations in Rio Sammy Valentin Joins WBO Drug Free Kids Movement In Tampa Canelo, Smith No Longer VADA Testing - No Cause For Concern Peralta: I Was a Sad Cab Driver, Now I'm a Happy Boxer Hasanboy Dusmatov Denies Promotional Deal, Eyes Olympics Video: J. Mayweather Discusses Gennady Golovkin vs. Kell Brook Video: Badou Jack Talks James DeGale Unification, More Photos: Shakur Stevenson Sports TMT Hat at Homecoming Parade Video: J. Mayweather Discusses Mayweather vs. Pacquiao II Ian Tims Joins MGM, Will Return Soon Chocolatito vs. Cuadras: Ryan Martin Added To The Card Video: Peralta on The Journey From Cab Driver To Contender Video: Robert Guerrero Reflects on Shocking Loss To David Peralta Langford Not Bothered By Trash Talk From Eubank Jr. and English Kovalev's Promoter: Tickets For Ward Bout Are Reasonably Priced Photos: Miguel Marriaga, Jose Felix Get Big Knockout Wins Golovkin's Promoter on Carl Froch: You Can't Force Guys To Fight Photos: David Peralta With Cinderella Shocker of Robert Guerrero Golovkin's Coach: We'd Fight Andre Ward, But He Can't Make 168
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement