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A&T announce debut South Florida card for April 1 in Fort Lauderdale

Ten (10) exciting fights for a total of 54 extraordinary international boxing rounds. Unbeaten Roamer A. Angulo 17-0-0 (15 KO’s) from Bogota, Colombia, faces Claudio Abalos 30-14-3 (8 KO’s) from Buenos Aires, Argentina, in a scheduled 10-round fight as the Main Event of the evening.

Super middleweight Roamer Angulo puts his unbeaten record in the line against the experienced Claudio Abalos. Angulo has made his professional boxing career between Colombia and Germany. And now, he is training for this fight in Miami, Fla., under the direction of the experienced Cuban coach Pedro Luis Diaz. They expect a strong resistance when facing Argentinean Abalos.

The Co-Main event will be a exciting middleweight clash: From Yucatán, Mexico, middleweight Elias “Latin Kid” Espadas 9-2-0 (5 KO’s) will be facing Manny Woods 14-4-1 (5 KO’s) from St. Petersburg, Fla., in a scheduled 6-round fight.

In another interesting bout; lightweight prospect Amos Cowart 11-1-1 (9 KO’s) from Groveland, Fla., faces TBA in a scheduled 8-round bout. Cowart tries to return to a winning trail after falling by UD in 8 rounds against, the also unbeaten, Regis Prograis in a controversial fight in August 2015.

Amos Cowart and his coach Roy Cruz come prepared to return to the victory path. Cowart is a prospect that stays focused on his career and wants to show he is ready for another resounding victory.

In other programmed fights, from Yucatan, Mexico, super middleweight Manuel “Venado” Ceballos, faces Victor Darocha. Fort Lauderdale featherweight sensational prospect, Antonio “Bang” Williams will face TBA. In addition, undefeated featherweight Aujee Tyler 3-0-0 faces Edwin Rosado from San Juan, Puerto Rico. In the heavyweight class, from Havana, Cuba, fighting out of Miami, Robert Alfonso 6-0-0 (2 KO’s) faces Terrance Marbra from St. Petersburg, Fla., in a 6-round bout. Alfonso trains in Hollywood, Fla., and says he’s ready to keep his unbeaten record.

In addition, sensational heavyweight Tyrone Spong 3-0-0 (3 KO’s) will make his United States professional boxing debut facing Guillermo Del Rio. Tyrone Spong from Suriname, has become a sensation. After his MMA performances, Spong dabbled in professional boxing in Germany and holds an unbeaten record with 3 wins by knockout.