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RODRIGUEZ WINS BIG ON ESPN, ANDRADE HEADS TO WORLD TITLE FIGHT

June 3, 2013 – Two of Star Boxing’s finest professional boxers, Delvin Rodriguez and Demetrius Andrade are making big news in the sport, both looking ahead to world title bouts. Fighting for the sixteenth time on ESPN Friday Night Fights, Rodriguez stopped Freddy Hernandez in the eighth round in front of a huge crowd at the Mohegan Sun Arena on MAY 24. With the win, Rodriguez earned the IBF North American Junior Middleweight Title and looks toward a world title bout by the end of 2013. New England fan favorite Rodriguez, 28-6-3 (16KO’s), was fighting for the sixth time at the Mohegan Sun Arena, near his hometown of Danbury, Connecticut. Fighting out of Providence, Rhode Island, 2008 U.S. Olympian Demetrius “Boo Boo” Andrade will compete for his first world title on JULY 6, challenging WBO Junior Middleweight World Champion Zaurbek Baysangurov in Kiev, Ukraine. The 25-year-old Andrade sports an undefeated record of 19-0-0 (13KO’s). In his last start on SHOWTIME, he won a dominant ten round unanimous decision over Freddy Hernandez on JANUARY 25, as part of Star Boxing’s acclaimed “ROCKIN FIGHTS” series at The Paramount in Huntington, New York. Further details about upcoming Star Boxing’s events will be announced shortly.

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