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Photos/Weights: Dulorme vs. Ankrah, Collazo vs. Suarez

Carolina, Puerto Rico - DIRECTV will take action to subscribers with the latest edition of “Night of Champions DIRECTV” this Saturday, April 6.  One of the most exciting fights of the card, being held at the Coliseo Guillermo Angulo Carolina, will be Puerto Rican Thomas Dulorme facing the dangerous African Ben Ankrah. The Official weight was held at the "Embassy Suites Hotel - San Juan Hotel & Casino."

Featuring the event, Thomas Dulorme (17-1, 13 KOs) weighed 144 pounds and his opponent, Ben Ankrah (17-12, 8 KOs) weighed 144 in a bout scheduled for eight rounds in the junior welterweight division.

"I feel very good, very happy, very comfortable at this weight class, I did not work hard to make it. Tomorrow its gonna be a good fight, and definitely the fans can  expect a great war as I always do, so expect a  great show" said Dulorme, who is promoted by Gary Shaw Productions, DiBella Entertainment and Universal Promotions.

In the co-feature bout, former world champion, Manuel "Manny" Siaca (24-7, 20 KO) weighed 163 pounds, like his rival, the Colombian Milton Nunez (25 -7 to 1, 23 KOs) in a bout scheduled for eight rounds.

"My opponent is a power puncher, but I also hit hard.   I will come to fight. I’m not  going to walking around.  The audience will see me very well-trained and of course very explosive" Siaca said.

On the undercard fight, former Olympian, Enrique "Kikin" Collazo (0-0-1), weighed 168 pounds and his rival Michael Suarez (0-1) weighed 171. The bout is a scheduled 4 round bout.

Other fights are: Emmanuel "Manny" Rodriguez (3-0, 3 KO) weighed 118 pounds and Jose Ruiz (2-3) 121 in a fight 6 rounds, Efhrain "Macho" Cruz (3-0, 1 KO) weighed in at 133 pounds and rival Wilfred Garriga (0-1) weighed 133 in a 6 rounds, Luis 'Yeye' Rodriguez (2-0, 2 KOs) weighed 142 pounds and Luis Guzman (debutant) weighed 142 in a 4 round fight, Victor "Picu" Perez (1-0, 1 KO) weighed 139 pounds and Angel Hernandez (0-1) 135 in a 4 round fight, Pedro Ortiz (0-1) weighed 114 pounds and Joseph Santos (0 - 4) weighed 118 in a four-round bout and Anthony Mercado (1-0, 1 KO) weighed 141 pounds and Brian Montalvo weighed 138 in a four-round fight.
DIRECTV subscribers can enjoy the battles of “Noche de Campeones DIRECTV” for free, starting at 6:30 via OnDIRECTV pma (channel 161).

The tickets ($20, $38, $53) are on sale at Ticket Center ( www.tcpr.com ), Sears, Video Avenue or by calling (787) 792-5000. (Price does not include IVU Tax).

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by La_Vibora on 04-06-2013

I despise how his handlers are managing his career, they go from fighting bums straight to a dangerous fighter that he shouldn't have been in there with, back to fighting bums again. Why not put him in with an over…

Comment by cabalas on 04-05-2013

I guess this guy Dulorme has problems to get under 140 Lbs. but he is afraid to compete in the 147 and all of the sudden a new limit for the junior welters has emerged (144 Lbs) and all of…

Comment by kiaba360 on 04-05-2013

Someone should tell Dulorme that 144 is still WW territory. I don't think he was ready for Abregu, but this is too far a step-down.

Comment by AztecWanker on 04-05-2013

Thought this was about Luis Collazo, blehhh

Comment by apocalypto on 04-05-2013

Didnt know 144 was a division:dunno: This kid is a joke got whopped so bad he got scared off to a division he cant even make:banghead:

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