Ricky Duenas Ready To Take Center Stage in Pomona

ShowDown promotions back at the Finish Line Sports Grill in Pomona California on Saturday, May 12th, 2012 presenting a seven bout featuring undefeated Ricky Duenas against Lawrence Hughes in the ''Champions of Tomorrow'' main event.

Following their very exciting March 31st show at the same venue, El Monte, California's Ricky Duenas 10-1 (4KOs) takes center stage as he faces Las Vegas' Lawrence Hughes 4-2 (3KOs) in a Welterweight bout.

The skilled, speedy southpaw Duenas is coming off a devastating KO win in the second round over the usually very tough Rufino Flores in the last show.

The supporting bouts will feature Hollywood, California's popular Holly Lawson 9-0 (6KOs) facing Kansas City's Elisa Moreno in a four round lightweight bout.

Lawson is coming off a unanimous decision win over Tammy Franks on the Gonzalez vs. Garcia WBA Light Flyweight fight card held at the Fairplex in Pomona two weeks ago.

Tijuana's Lightweight Edwin Solis, 3-2 (3KOs) who was in a hotly contested battle on the same Gonzalez vs. Garcia fight card will take on Santa Ana, California's Ivan Castellanos (1-1)

Solis vs. Castellanos is scheduled for four rounds of action.

Riverside, California's Robert Guzman 1-0 will face Glendale, California's Hector Castro 0-1 in a six-round Welterweight bout.

Undefeated Super Bantamweight Oscar Venegas 2-0 (1KO) will battle the very tough Santiago Alonzo in a four round banger.

In a four round Lightweight bout, Felipe Lara and Kevin Sagado will be making their pro-debuts.

Rounding out the card, Whittier, California's Sal Garcia 14-6-2 (7KOs) will face a TBA in a four round Super Bantamweight bout.

With not a bad seat in the house, tickets start at $40, $60 and $75 dollars.

Tickets are available at the Finish Line Sports Grill in Pomona, California.

The Finish Line Sports Grill in Pomona, California is located at 2201 North White Avenue in Pomona, California 91768

Doors open at 6:00PM with the first bell at 7:00PM.

For further information call (323) 353-3212 and (323) 866-9943

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by DR.ORGYY on 05-10-2012

Good for him he has good power I use to spar him all the time....good luck

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