Ranked contenders Jamal James (26-1, 12 KOs) and Thomas Dulorme (25-3-1, 16 KOs) will fight for the WBA Interim Welterweight Title on Saturday at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California, on an show hosted by Premier Boxing.
American James, Nº 4 of the pioneer organization ratings, will fight Dulorme from Puerto Rico, Nº 8 on the list. Both fighters have experience and quality, which anticipates a very interesting fight as they are eager to win the black and gold belt.
James is 32 years old and comes into the fight with a run of six victories since 2017. The Minneapolis native will get his first title shot, which he gets after beating boxers like Diego Chaves and Anel Ramos.
Likewise, 30-year-old Dulorme comes from breaking the clean record of Terrel Williams last year. His record includes fights against top fighters such as Terence Crawford, Jessie Vargas and Yordenis Ugas.
The event will follow all the security measures and is another event that adds to the progressive and responsible reactivation of boxing around the world.