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Zou Shiming Card is Coming Together For July 27th

By Miguel Rivera

The event featuring two-time Olympic gold medal winner Zou Shiming (1-0) is coming together. The card is scheduled to take place on July 27th at the Venetian Casino & Resort in Macau, where Shiming made his pro debut as a flyweight on April 6th. He won a four round unanimous decision over Eleaar Valenzurela (2-2-2). Top Rank is staging the show.

IBF featherweight champion Evgeny Gradovich (16-0, 8KOs) will make the first defense of his title against mandatory challenger Mauricio Munoz (26-3, 12KOs).

WBO/WBA flyweight champion Juan Francisco Estrada (24-2, 18KOs) will make a mandatory defense against Milan Melindo (29-0, 12KOs).

Unbeaten heavyweight prospects Andy Ruiz (18-0, 12KOs) and Joe Hanks (21-0, 14KOs) will collide.

And hot super batamweight prospect Genesis Servania (19-0, 7KOs) of Cebu City will see action on the show. Servania will first take a fight on May 25th at the Waterfront Hotel & casino in Cebu City.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by stankee on 04-26-2013

Man that looks like a stacked card! the worst fight will probably be the shiming fight though. but if to make boxing more popular it means expanding into china then so be it! Next big rivalry will be Mexico vs…

Comment by JmH Reborn on 04-26-2013

[QUOTE=St. John's Gent;13294101]Put up against the King Rigondeaux, stop bull****in and put him up against an artist of the craft, a virtuoso of boxing, and a fighter with excellent footwork, I really wish sooner than later Rigondeaux would box this…

Comment by kiaba360 on 04-26-2013

Very quick turn-around for Estrada, can't wait to see him fight again.

Comment by MC Hammer on 04-26-2013

[QUOTE=vacon04;13293103]I don't get it, is he going to fight only 4 times a year? He only started as a pro so he should be fighting way more right now.[/QUOTE] but he's a main event attraction already. They have to promote…

Comment by St. John's Gent on 04-26-2013

Put up against the King Rigondeaux, stop bull****in and put him up against an artist of the craft, a virtuoso of boxing, and a fighter with excellent footwork, I really wish sooner than later Rigondeaux would box this cat, hey…

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