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Eleazar Renteria Headlines in Houston on September 17

On September 17, 2009, El Portal Club in southeast Houston, Texas, will be the site for Aztec Empire Promotion’s professional boxing inaugural show.  The event, which is billed as “The New Generation/La Nueva Generacion”, will be headlined for the vacant Texas Super Featherweight Title by one of Houston’s most promising young fighters in recent memory: Eleazar Renteria (8-0) going up against tough Angel Rodriguez (3-3-2).  The co-main event and undercard will feature local favorites Adrian “The Wizard” Lopez (9-3), dangerous Angel “El Gallo” Herrera (5-3), Nelson Ramos (2-0), Uko Isidien (1-0), pro debut Rafael “El Pipiripau” Munoz and San Antonio’s Jairo Martinez (3-0), these local and area young up-and-coming prospects are sure to provide a night of explosive boxing. Tickets are priced at $20 general admission and $65 VIP ringside. Location to purchase tickets will be at Aztec Empire Boxing Gym, 201 Adams Street, Houston, TX 77011 or by calling 832-206-4984.
 
Larry Hernandez, who is the owner of the Aztec Empire Boxing Gym and Founder of Aztec Empire Promotions, said, “I’ve done all of the legwork regarding the local boxing market and I know that the time is right to launch our promotional company.  Boxing fans love great, tough, action packed fights and that is what Aztec Empire Promotions will give the fans without exception.”
 
Hernandez continued, “I truly believe that Houston possess some of the world’s most talented young fighters and boxing’s best fans. Aztec Empire Promotions will harness the two in order to create a strong base for our local talent to be ready to move to the next levels in boxing.  I’m very proud and excited about September 17 and look forward to giving back to my community and the great city of Houston and want to thank everyone for their continued support.”     
 
PS Ringside tickets are expected to sell out well in advance.  Visit the site below to get yours today!
www.aztecempirepromotions.com
User Comments and Feedback
Comment by TxHustla on 08-16-2009

so far all i found out was that it was an up and coming fighter who died...not sure who or how yet tho..

Comment by TxHustla on 08-16-2009

whoa if somebody did..i havent heard about it..ill find out and post back for sure tho.

Comment by Alex.Hdz on 08-15-2009

[QUOTE=TxHustla;5899629]Already homie! Adrian Lopez is my homies older brother..ive known them since we were kids..burnett elem..jackson middle school..austin high school..i just drank with Adrian last year..his uncle past away and he was like a father to me..we chilled at his…

Comment by TxHustla on 08-15-2009

Already homie! Adrian Lopez is my homies older brother..ive known them since we were kids..burnett elem..jackson middle school..austin high school..i just drank with Adrian last year..his uncle past away and he was like a father to me..we chilled at his…

Comment by Alex.Hdz on 08-15-2009

As a matter of fact im close friends with Uko Isidien from Puro Azteca Boxing and Nelson Ramos from Ringsters Boxing, I've sparred numerous times with both guys, Uko fights exactly like Sugar Shane Mosley. And Nelson like the version…

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