Down & Dirty Boxing Series Hits Melrose, Mass. on Friday, Oct. 29

SALEM, Mass. (October 20, 2021) — The second installment of “Down & Dirty(*29*),” the one ongoing skilled boxing sequence in New England, will probably be Friday evening, October Twenty ninth, at Melrose Memorial Hall(*29*) in Melrose, Massachusetts.

“Down & Dirty,” introduced by Reyes Boxing(*29*), will probably be headlined by an 8-round most important occasion between Jeovanis “Meque” Barraza(*29*) (22-1, 15 KOs) and Jorge “Tomatito” Martin Garcia(*29*) (13-7-1, 6 KOs) for the vacant ABF Continental Americas Super Welterweight Championship.

All the motion will probably be streamed reside and completely on pay-per-view at, beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET /3:30 p.m. PT, for $29.95. 

“We have an excellent, younger pool of expertise, positioned in difficult fights on this present,” mentioned Michael(*29*) Reyes(*29*), the pinnacle of Reyes Boxing.

“We’re spreading the phrase about our ‘Down & Dirty’ sequence going on in New England,” Reyes continued. “This is our first present in Massachusetts, and we’re so energized to maintain constructing momentum. Our 2022 plan is to have sequence exhibits in all six New England states. We have some established fighters getting ready to advance to the following stage of competitors, in addition to younger native fighters gaining invaluable expertise.”

Featured pugilist Barraza (pictured beneath) is the reigning Colombian welterweight champion.

He’s misplaced as soon as, to Gabriel Maestre, an Olympian who holds the WBA interim welterweight crown, two years in the past. This will mark Barraza’s first battle outdoors of his native Colombia.

Garcia, a shifty southpaw, will probably be combating outdoors of his native Argentina for the primary time as a prizefighter.

Promising Boston light-weight Jonathan de Pina(*29*) (5-1, 3 KOs; pictured beneath) meets Gonzalo Carlos Dallera (9-14, 7 KOs) within the 6-round co-featured occasion for the vacant ABF Mid-Atlantic Lightweight Championship.

ABF Atlantic Middleweight Champion Anthony “Big Daddy” Hines, combating out of close by Dorchester, will take on challenger Fidel Monterrosa Munoz, a former Colombian mild heavyweight champion, in an 8-round battle.

Also combating on the undercard, all in 4-rounders, are Lynn, Mass.  heavyweight Dennis(*29*) Ventura(*29*) (4-0, 3 KOs) vs. Vercell Webster of Mississippi; New York tremendous light-weight Brandon Idrogo(*29*) (4-1, 4 KOs) vs. Virginian Stacey Anderson; New London, CT light-weight prospect Alejandro “El AbusadorPaolino(*29*) (4-0, 4 KOs) vs. Italian-born, Argentina resident Christian “El Nija” Danilo Guido;  Providence, Rhode Island heavyweight Sean Bey (2-0, 2 KOs) vs. debuting Brandon Grundy of Utah; and Dracut, MA light-weight Gabriel Morales (2-0, 1 KO) vs. TBA. Click here to order the occasion.

Michael Woods(*29*), of RING and NY FIGHTS(*29*), will name the motion from ringside, alongside particular visitor analysts.

Card is topic to vary.

Tickets are priced at $75.00 (General Admission), $90.00 (Reserved), $125.00 (Ringside) and $250.00 VIP (devoted server on stage) and accessible instantly from any of the collaborating boxers on this present.

Doors open at 6 p.m. ET, first bout at 6:30 p.m. ET. ninth/

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