LOS ANGELES - After traveling the world and doing battle in Denmark, Canada and Germany, fighting brothers Librado Andrade and Enrique Ornelas have one stamp missing stamp in their fistic passports - their native Mexico. On Saturday, August 27, that will be rectified when they fight for the first time in their home country on a doubleheader to be aired on Televisa's "Sabados De Corona" in Mexico and on AT&T U-verse in the United States live from the Centro De Espectaculos De La Feria Leon in Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico.
In the 12 round main event, Andrade will face Canada's Matt O'Brien for the vacant WBC Intercontinental Super Middleweight Title. The co-feature will pit Ornelas against Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico's Alfredo Contreras in a 10 round light heavyweight contest. August 27 will mark the ninth time the brothers from Jesus del Monte, Guanajuato have competed on the same card, compiling an impressive 16-2 combined record in those fights.
The doubleheader headlines a scheduled 11 fight event presented by Golden Boy Promotions in association with ESA and Leon Tijuana Boxing and sponsored by Corona. Doors open at 5:00pm, the first fight begins at 6:00pm and the Televisa broadcast begins at 10:30pm CT.
The fights will also be available in the United States as AT&T* is exclusively delivering the series across three screens (TV, Online and Mobile) to AT&T U-verse members. The August 27 U-verse broadcasts will air live at 9:30pm ET/6:30pm PT on AT&T U-verse® TV, U-verse Online at www.att.net/boxeo and, for subscribers to the U-verse Live TV mobile application, on qualifying mobile phones.**
Tickets priced at 400 pesos, 200 pesos, 100 pesos and 50 pesos are available for purchase online at www.eticket.com.mx or La Feria Box Office.
Tags: Librado Andrade , Enrique Ornelas