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Luis Olivares, Emmanuel DeJesus Return on Telemundo

Orlando, FL - After a a busy 2013, that included a sensational knockout win in his pro debut on ESPN, Luis Olivares returns on Boxeo Telemundo's card in Orlando, FL on March 14, 2014.  Fighting at Junior Welterweight, Olivares 6-0 with 4 KOs will face Jeffrey Ramos 2-1 from Puerto Rico.  After this bout, Olivares makes his Mexican debut in Mexico City on April 4, keeping in form to his active 2013 schedule.

Also appearing on the Telemundo card tommorrow is Puerto Rican welterweight prospect, Emmanuel DeJesus who is now 9-0 with 6 knockouts.  DeJesus' opponent is tough veteran, Luis Torres with a record of 5-4.  Another SMS prospect, DeJesus will jump right back into action after this bout on April 19.  DeJesus has been already considered to fight for the WBO Youth Welterweight World Title by the middle part of 2014.

Well known boxing attorney and advisor, Tony Gonzalez, is managing both Olivares and DeJesus careers and has high expectations for both. "With SMS' backing and promotion of these two young studs, the sky is the limit.  We are blessed to have Fifty keeping these young men busy and keeping them in line for big things," Gonzalez said.

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