Fight Night, Fright Night Brawl 6: College hosts pro boxing card on Oct. 27

Weston-Montoya matchup headlines nine-bout card

Marquice Weston

Marquice Weston

Fight Night, Fright Night Brawl 6 – a nine-bout, pro fight card – comes to the Green River College gymnasium on Saturday, Oct. 27.

Tacoma’s Marquice “Tree” Weston, a cruiserweight at 6 foot 7 and 198 pounds (14-1-1 with eight knockouts), takes on Colorado Springs’ Joey Montoya (9-5-3, three KOs) in the eight-round main event.

Steven “Hands of Gold” Villalobos, of Burlngton, 10-0-1 with eight knockouts, faces Randy Fentes, of McAllen, Texas (7-5-1), in a six-round semi-main bout for the junior middleweights.

“It’s a stacked card full of local talent,” said Keith Weir, matchmaker and partners in Pacific Northwest Pro Boxing Promotions, which is presented the Washington State Commission-licensed event.

Other matchups:

• John Peak, of Bonney Lake (2-0) vs. Chaz Jordan, of Seattle (pro debut), 174 pounds, four rounds

• Rob Diezel, of Seattle (12-7) vs. Kenny Guzman, of Kalispell, Mont. (4-2), 126 pounds, six rounds

• Cris Reyes, of Renton (4-0) vs. William Para-Smith, of Anchorage, Alaska (pro debut), 135 pounds, four rounds

• Gregory Kruz, of Seattle (1-0) vs. Juan Huerta, of Olympia (1-0), 129 pounds, four rounds

• Andres Garcia Abarca, of Normandy Park (1-0) vs. Chris Johnson, of Bend, Ore. (1-0), 143 pounds, four rounds

• Nicholas Jefferson, of Tacoma (6-0) vs. Jose Leon, of Visalia, Calif. (7-3-1), 152 pounds, six rounds

• Taylor Shirley, of Fairbanks, Alaska (pro debut) vs. Alejandro Alvarez, of Hermiston, Ore. (pro debut), 183 pounds, four rounds.

Doors open at 5 p.m., with the first bell at 6.

The gym is on campus, 12401 SE 320th St., Auburn.

General admission is $40, VIP $80, and available online.

For more information, visit the PNW Professional Boxing Promotions Facebook page.


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