Mosley Jr. faces Conley for WBA Continental Americas middleweight belt
Shane Mosley Jr. and Joshua Conley will square off this Saturday night, December 2, at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas for the WBA Continental Americas middleweight title.
Two experienced fighters will be in the ring in a very interesting fight in which both will have things on the line and will be looking for a victory that will keep them in the limelight at the moment.
Mosley, 32, is in good form and has won three fights in a row. The American defeated D’Mitrius Ballard in his most recent fight in June and is looking to keep his streak alive this time around.
Conley, on the other hand, is a 31-year-old fighter who is not at his best. He has two consecutive defeats against fighters like Sergio Derevyachenko and Steven Butler, both of good class.
His plan is to get back to winning ways and for that he will try to use all the experience gained in recent fights in order to surprise.
Mosley has a record of 20 wins, 4 losses and 11 knockouts. Conley has 17 wins, 5 losses, 1 draw and 11 knockouts.
Floyd Schofield faces Ricardo Lopez for the WBA lightweight Intercontinental belt
Floyd Schofield and Ricardo Lopez will contest the WBA lightweight Intercontinental belt this Saturday night at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas.
The American 135-pound prospect will have another test against the Mexican in the event promoted by Golden Boy at the Houston Rockets home.
Schofield, who is barely 21 years old, has been moving up in the division and has shown he has the talent to aspire to great things in the future. He has scored victories against more experienced opponents and is looking better and better in the ring.
Now he will face Lopez, who comes highly motivated and despite not having a showy record, he has faced good prospects like Marc Castro. The Mexican will try to surprise and make a name for himself in boxing around the world, regardless of the challenge.
Schofield is undefeated in 15 fights, with 11 knockouts, while Lopez has 17 wins, 7 losses, 3 draws and 12 knockouts.
Fulghum faces Pachino Hill for the WBA Continental USA super middleweight belt
Undefeated Darius Fulghum will also step into the ring at the Toyota Center on the same night to face Pachino Hill for the WBA Continental USA super middleweight belt this Saturday night.
The native of El Paso, Texas, turned pro in 2021 and has shown good punching power by knocking out every opponent he has faced, which is why he earned the opportunity to fight for a regional belt in this big Golden Boy Promotions event.
He will face Hill, a fighter who usually fights hard and gives a fight to the end despite his recent defeats. He will be facing his fourth consecutive undefeated opponent and hopes to reverse his current situation with an upset.
Fulghum has 8 knockouts in as many fights, while Hill has a record of 8 wins, 4 losses, 1 draw and 6 knockouts.
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