On May 30th, the Dominican Republic’s Shuan Boxing Company will promote a closed-door boxing event with two World Boxing Association Fedelatin titles at stake.
From the Carlos Teo Cruz Coliseum, a six-fight event will be held with all of the relevant safety measures in what will be the beginning of event activity for the pioneer organization amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Norbelto “Meneito” Jimenez (29-9-5, 16KO) and Eliézer Aquino (21-4-1, 14KO) will fight for the WBA Fedelatin super flyweight belt as the main fight of the night, which will be broadcast by ESPN Knock-Out
As for Jackson Marinez (19-0, 7KO) and Starlin Wilson (12-0, 9KO), they will collide in a battle of undefeated prospects for the same version of the WBA title, but in the lightweight division as the co-feature. Both fights will be held over the 10 round limit.
Four more fights will complete the line-up, three are six-round bouts, while one other will go all the way to eight. All participants are Dominican natives and represent the young talent of the Caribbean country.
The WBA supports the promoters in their desire to resume event activity progressively and has set out to serve them as a comprehensive guide to action with the organization's health protocol, which will be published soon.