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Prichard Colon Added To Vegas Card on September 11

By Elisinio Castillo

Hard punching Puerto Rican prospect Prichard 'Digget' Colon (11-0, 10KO's) will return to action on Thursday, September 11th, as part of the card taking place at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. It will be the first fight for Colon in Las Vegas.  Colon turns 22 years old on September 19.

'Digget' coming off a fine victory from August 9 in New York, where he dominated Lenwood Dozier with a wide unanimous decision. The fight is Las Vegas has been agreed for eight rounds in the welterweight division and his opponent will be announced in the coming days. The card is being presented by Golden Boy Promotions, will be televised live on FOX and FOX Sports Sports1 from 9:00 pm (ET).
 
"It's my first fight in Las Vegas and it's the week of the Mayweather fight. It's just something magical," said Colon. "I will continue to show the hard work we do in the gym. I will look for another big victory for my people and all of the Puerto Ricans around the world. Let's celebrate big."

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Money Uno on 08-31-2014

Colon will be the next big thing from PR.

Comment by dre23000 on 08-31-2014

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