Champions of Tomorrow card set

ESSINGTON, PA (June 25, 2013)—This Thursday night June 27th at the Deck in Essington, PA, Marty Feldman and Meldrick Taylor’s Champions of Tomorrow will present its inaugural show with a terrific seven bout card.

In the main event, 2008 Olympic Bronze medal winner, Yordenis Ugas will take on tough veteran Adan Hernandez in a ten round Jr. Welterweight bout.

Ugas of Miami, Florida via Santiago, Cuba has an outstanding record of 13-1 with 6 knockouts.

He is known as a top prospect with championship potential as he won his first eleven fights which include a win over tough Kenny Abril.

He has won two in a row with the latest being a 10 round unanimous decision over former world title challenger Cosme Rivera on December 7th.

Hernandez of El Paso, Texas has a record of 15-7 with 6 knockouts.

The thirty-two year old Hernandez has fought a whose who of the top fighters such as undefeated Hugo Lewis (12-0-1); Rock Allen; World title challengers Urbano Antillion and Anthony Peterson as well as currant World champion Danny Garcia.

In a four round Welterweight bout son of former Heavyweight champion Tim Witherspoon, Tim Witherspoon Jr. (9-3-1, 2 KO’s) of Philadelphia takes on Josh Beeman (4-11-4, 2 KO’s) of Providence, RI

Son of former world Heavyweight champion Bruce Seldon, Isiah Seldon (7-0, 3 KO’s) of Atlantic City, NJ battles Lekan Byfield (3-4-2, 1 KO) of Atlanta in a six round Middleweight bout.

Son of former world title challenger Tyrone Crawley, Tyrone Crawley Jr. (3-0) takes on Christian Steele (3-5-1, 1 KO) of Philadelphia.

David Gonzales (1-0) of Philadelphia, PA fights Pro debuting Evencii Dixon of Lancaster, PA in a four round Jr. Welterweight bout.

Dante Selby (1-0-1) will box Zeferino Albino (4-17-3, 2 KO’s) in a fight featuring two Philadelphia based Heavyweights scheduled for four rounds.

Lonnie Jackson (1-0-1) of Philadelphia takes on battle tested Travis Thompson (4-10-2, 3 KO’s) of Pottstown, PA in a Lightweight bout scheduled for four rounds.

“This will be an exceptional night of boxing.  We have a loaded card that features an Olympic Bronze medal winner, 2 sons of Heavyweight champions, another son of a world title challenger plus some of the best young talent in the Philadelphia area”, said “Champions of Tomorrow co-founder Damon Feldman.

“This is just the start of what we are looking to do.  We want to run every month to six weeks and already are exploring dates for early August.  We want to feature not only talented fighters but want to put them in good crowd pleasing fights so when the fans leave they will want to come to the next event”

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