Young Haugen to make pro boxing debut in Auburn
By MARK KLAAS
Auburn Reporter Regional Editor
April 7, 2010 · Updated 8:33 AM
Brady Haugen, son of former world champion boxer Greg Haugen, will make his professional debut Saturday night in hometown Auburn.
The 21-year-old prodigy is scheduled to face Aaron Schupp in a four-round bout between welterweights at Vision Quest Sport and Fitness Center, located inside the SuperMall.
Brady Haugen, who is attending Green River Community College, was 2-1 as an amateur fighter while training under the guidance of his father, a former four-time world champion who now trains and promotes fighters.
The Haugen-Schupp battle is one of eight scheduled on the card, which will begin at 7 p.m.
The card, Valley Vengeance I, will feature a main event between undefeated heavyweight Jonte "Rocky Steady" Willis and Denver's Corey Williams in a scheduled six-round bout.
The undercard includes a four-round matchup between North Bend's Mike Gavronski and Michael Birthmark.
The fight night is being presented by Haugen Cintron Canin Promotions.
To purchase tickets, call 253-441-5367 or visit www.hccpromotions.comContact Auburn Reporter Regional Editor Mark Klaas at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-253-833-0218 (ext 5050).