The second event of the Future WBA Champions program of the World Boxing Association (WBA) for the support of amateur fighters will take place this Saturday, December 7th, in Las Vegas and will be called “Christmas Boxing Night”.
After the great success at Hialeah Gardens in south Florida last week the important project of the president of the organization, Gilberto Jesus Mendoza, will continue onwards with another event. The event will be organized in partnership with the Center Ring Boxing Foundation, a gym with 25 years of history, which is supported by the state of Nevada where it’s attendees do not pay to train at its facilities.
In this second event, which will have between 15 and 20 fights, the athletes will be from the United States and Mexico, which increases the number of countries that have participated. On the first billboard there was action by Argentina, Puerto Rican and Nicaraguan natives, in addition to the Americans themselves.
Las Vegas is a city full of great boxing gyms and for this competition athletes from Pound for Pound, Las Vegas Fight Club, Fight Capital Gym, Mayweather Boxing Gym, Boe Boxing Gym, Hi Boxing Gym and the MOB Boxing Gym will attend.
USA Boxing will endorse the evening of the event and the World Boxing Association will broadcast it through its web portal this Saturday.
Weigh-ins will take place at 8am, Las Vegas local time, and at 2pm the action will begin with fighting between high-performance athletes in various weight classes.
Future WBA Champions is in full birth and constant activity is a priority for the oldest sanctioning body in the world. The WBA is committed to ensuring that boxing adapts to the new times and continues to grow in all areas.