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HARTFORD'S CHIP PEREZ, left, and Agustine Mauras, right, seen here in their September super featherweight showdown, which ended in a draw, will fight for the third time Saturday, Jan. 17th, 2015 in the main event of CES Boxing's pro-am event at Mohegan Sun Arena, featuring nine pro bouts and six amateur bouts. Mauras and Perez have fought to a draw twice since July and hope to settle the score Saturday.


www.cesboxing.com or www.ticketmaster.com, or at the Mohegan Sun Box Office. All fights and fighters are subject to change.

The co-main event Jan. 17th features another title bout as Josh Crespo (3-1-2, 1 KO) of New Haven, Conn., faces Portland, Maine's Jorge Abiague (7-0-1, 1 KO) in an eight-round showdown for the vacant N.E. Super Bantamweight crown.


Courtesy of Jay-Z's Roc Sports Nation, two former Chinese Olympians and a former Chinese international champion also headline the undercard, including southpaw heavyweight Zhang Zhilei (1-0, 1 KO), a silver medalist in the 2008 Beijing Olympics; light heavyweight southpaw and 2012 Olympian Meng Fanlong; and Wang Zhimin, who won gold in the 2011 World Series of Boxing. Zhilei faces 22-fight veteran Andrae Carthron of Los Angeles, Zhimin battles Cambridge, Mass., newcomer Kin Moy; and Fanlong faces Marcellus Yates (0-1) of Washington, D.C. All three bouts are schedule for four rounds.


New Bedford, Mass., lightweight Briam Granado makes his professional debut against Willie Carville (1-0) of Lewiston, Maine and junior middleweight Khiary Gray-Pitts (3-0, 1 KO) returns to face Jake Constant (0-2) of Springfield, Ill., in a pair of four-round bouts while New Haven's Jimmy Williams (7-0-1, 3 KOs) will face 30-fight veteran Jose Felix of Savannah, Ga., in six-round junior middleweight bout. New Haven's Elvin Ayala (26-6-1, 12 KOs), a former world-title challenger and top 10-ranked super middleweight, returns from a two-year layoff in a six-round special attraction.  


The amateur portion of Saturday's card features six bouts, including a 115-pound Senior Junior Olympic bout between Jacob Marrerro (Ortiz Boxing Gym / Bridgeport, Conn.) and two-time Silver Glove champion Dalias Perez (New York).


Aiyana Callas (Charter Oak Boxing Academy / Hartford, Conn.) faces Elimarie Torres (South End Community Center / Springfield, Mass.) in a 106-pound Novice bout. Gage Colt, also from Charter Oak, faces Chris Rivera (Beast Elite Boxing Gym / Springfield) in the 113-pound Intermediate Junior Olympic division; Bubba Shelton (Big Six Boxing Academy / Providence, R.I.) takes on Richie Hogan (Peter Welch's Gym / Boston, Mass.) in a 75-pound Open Junior Olympic bout; Frank Hogan (Peter Welch's Gym) faces David Escobar (401 Boxing / Providence, R.I.) in the 125-pound Open Junior Olympic division; and Adem Okubanjo (401 Boxing) battles Ronnie DiNoto (Strike Zone MMA / Norwich, Conn.) in a 155-pound Open Junior Olympic bout. All amateur bouts are sanctioned by USA Boxing.


For up-to-date information on the Jan. 17th event visit www.cesboxing.com, follow @CESBOXING on Twitter and Instagram and join the CES Boxing fan page on Facebook.


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Contacts:


Michael Parente, Classic Entertainment & Sports, (401) 263-4990 or michael@cesboxing.com.


Cody Chapman, Mohegan Sun, (860) 862-4819 or codychapman@mohegansun.com.







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