This past August 8th, undefeated Manuel “Tino” Avila 18-0 (8 KOs) as the underdog in the fight, scored a sensational TKO victory over Yoandris Salinas of Cuba via Miami, for the Interim NABF Super Bantamweight Title. Avila has recently teamed up and is now managed by boxing’s Grandmother, Kathy Garcia and is trained by Max and Sam Garcia. Avila with his new team will now take on Angel Beranza in a ten round Super Bantamweight match up.
A true Mexican warrior, Angel Beranza 36-33-2 (28 KOs) of Mexico City, Mx has fought seventy-one fights. His last few fights included great prospects with undefeated records such as, Joet Gonzalez, Joseph Diaz, and Joel Diaz Jr. Beranza is a fighter that must be beat in order to move up to the next level.
The co-main event will feature undefeated super bantamweight Ruben Garcia 14-0-1 (5 KOs) from Cancun, Mx. Garcia has been recently signed by Don Chargin Productions and Paco Presents Boxing and is managed by Jorge Marron and Andy Perez. This will only be Garcia’s second time fighting in the United States and will be up against his toughest opponent yet against Rafael Rivera on October 24th.
An undefeated Rafael “Big Bang” Rivera 19-0-2 (14 KO’s) of Tijuana, will be fighting in California for his first time. With his impressive record on the line, Rivera is excited to showcase his talent and move up for his next challenge. Rivera stated, “I have been dreaming about this opportunity and I can’t wait to fight in the United States.”
The show will also feature four more exciting fighters: Sacramento’s own featherweight Alberto Torres 5-0-2 (2 KOs), the impressive 6 feet 9 inches heavyweight Xavier Vigney 2-0 (1 KO) of Antioch, Ca, the always exciting cruiserweight Ryan “Rhino” Bourland 7-1 (3 KOs) of Vacaville, and the successful amateur Pedro Moreno of Sacramento fighting his pro debut.
Avila vs. Beranza headlines a night of world-class professional championship boxing presented by Don Chargin Productions and Paco Presents Boxing in association with Golden Boy Promotions and Cache Creek Casino Resort. This fight will be dedicated to the memory of Don Chargin’s longtime friend Dean Chance and a long time member of the Don Chargin Production and Paco Present’s family: Rebecca Alvarez. Doors open at 5:00 pm, the first bell rings at 6:00 pm.
Tickets, priced at $65, $95 and $125, are on sale now and available for purchase at Cachecreek.com, Tickets.com and PacoPresentsBoxing.com.