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Ryan Martin, Bohachuk on Loeffler's Fight Nights Card, March 27

Fresh off the highly successful SUPERFLY 2 event at the Fabulous Forum on February 24, Tom Loeffler’s 360 Boxing Promotions has announced the debut of ‘Hollywood Fight Nights’ set for Tuesday, March 27 at the AVALON in Hollywood, CA.

Advance tickets priced at $125 for VIP Ringside, $100 and $60 may be purchased by calling 800-283-8699. The AVALON is located at 1735 Vine Street in Hollywood, CA adjacent to the iconic intersection of Hollywood Blvd. and Vine St. Doors will open at 5:00 p.m. on the night of the event. For parking information and more details on the AVALON, please visit their website, www.AvalonHollywood.com

“I’m very excited to launch the ‘Hollywood Fight Nights’ series on March 27,” said Tom Loeffler, President of 360 Boxing Promotions. “The Avalon is an iconic, Hollywood historic landmark that has an extraordinary legacy of hosting memorable events since it opened in 1926.”

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“Our opening night on March 27 event will feature two top undefeated prospects on the show, RYAN ‘Blue Chip’ MARTIN and SERHII BOHACHUK in separate bouts in addition to the pro debut of former national amateur standout BRIAN CEBALLO.”

“Along with a great night of fights we want to make this a true ‘VIP Experience’ for Los Angeles boxing fans encouraging them to come early and enjoy our ‘Happy Hour’ which kicks off at 5:00 p.m.”

“We will also have a live streaming platform which will telecast the fights at each of the ‘Hollywood Fight Nights’ events.”

With a stellar record of 20-0 with 11 knockouts in the lightweight division, the 25-year-old Martin, from Cleveland, OH by way of Chattanooga, TN, is returning to battle following his biggest victory on the sports’ biggest stage. On September 16, 2017, Martin won a 10-round decision over Francisco Rojo at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV on the HBO Pay-Per-View telecast of the Canelo Alvarez – Gennady ‘GGG’ Golovkin World Middleweight Championship.

Originally from Ukraine and now residing in Los Angeles, the 22-year-old Bohachuk has quickly and impressively compiled a record of 6-0 all by knockout since turning professional in February 2017. Also scoring a knockout victory in Las Vegas on September 16, 2017 at the T-Mobile Arena over Joan Jose Valenzuela, the welterweight most recently knocked out Kevin Ottley in the fifth round on December 7, 2017 in Costa Mesa, CA.

Both Martin and Bohachuk are trained by the world-renowned Abel Sanchez at The Summit High Altitude Training Facility in Big Bear Lake, CA.

The 23-year-old Ceballo, a native of the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico, now residing in Brooklyn, NY, will be making his professional debut on March 27. The charismatic middleweight had an outstanding amateur career finishing with a record of 206-13 which included winning the New York City Golden Gloves five times and participating in the 2016 US Olympic Trials.

Ceballo was also a Gold Medalist at the 2017 US Nationals, 2016 Golden Gloves Nationals, 2015 US Nationals and 2014 PAL Nationals.

Further details on these fights and a full undercard will be announced shortly.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Kali_KO on 03-09-2018

This sounds like a cool show in Hollywood! Will definitely check it out as Loeffler always puts on great shows for the fans with Superfly shows and GGG shows

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