This Saturday at the Warren Valley Golf and Banquet Center in Warren, Michigan, Three prized fighters under the Victory Sports & Entertainment management banner will be on display.
Undefeated Lightweight, Sonny Fredrickson will be in action against tough veteran Marteze Logan in 6-round bout.
Undefeated Featherweight Tyler McCreary will take on John Willoughby in a 4-round bout. Also, Cleveland’s Yaundale Evans will be making his return to the ring against Dwayne Wisdom in a 6-round Super Featherweight bout.
Fredrickson of Toledo, Ohio and promoted by Roc Nation Sports has a perfect record of 9-0 with six knockouts and is coming off a 2nd round stoppage on June 20 in Oakland, California over Juan Santiago. That bout was part of Roc Nation’s Andre Ward- Paul Smith card.
It has been difficult to find opponents willing to step in the ring with the 21 year-old Fredrickson as his combination of size and power has most opponents reluctant to face him.
McCreary, also of Toledo, Ohio and also promoted by Roc Nation Sports has a record of 5-0 with 5 knockouts. He will be taking on the the 30-fight veteran Willoughby of Selma, Alabama.
Tyler McCreary is coming off a 1st round stoppage over Donny Miller on May 8 is looking to make another statement as this most likely will be his last four-round bout.
Evans will make his first ring appearance in just over three-years. He has a record of 16-1 with 12 knockouts.
After suffering his first loss of Javier Fortuna Evans had promotional and managerial issues that kept him sidelined. Now that he is signed with Victory Sports he is planning to get active again and get back on track as prospect to keep an eye on in the Jr. Featherweight and Featherweight divisions.
Said Rick Torres, President of Victory Sports, “Victory Sports is excited to have 3 of our fighters in action this Saturday. Each fighter brings a unique set of skills to the ring, from the raw power of Sonny Fredrickson to the blazing speed of Tyler McCreary. Also, Yuandale Evans is a fighter everyone was taking note of until he was sidelined. We are excited to get him in the ring so that he can show the world that he is back better than ever.”