Undefeated Custio Clayton Added To April 15 Liveco Boxing
Event In Cornwall, Ontario
Undefeated welterweight prospect Custio Clayton has been
added to a tremendous night of boxing on Saturday, April
15th at the Cornwall Civic Complex in Cornwall, Ontario,
when he takes on Alfredo Chavez in the eight-round
The event, which is promoted by Liveco Boxing, will feature
Cornwall's own Tony Luis battling Noe Nunez in a 10-round
Clayton of Montreal, Quebec, was a 2012 Canadian Olympian,
and has raced out to an umblemished mark of 10-0 with eight
Clayton has faced ambitious competition in his first 10
bouts, which has inlcuded wins over the likes of Eduards
Gerasimovs (5-1-1), Ivan Pereyra (20-5), Stanislas Salmon
(25-3-2), and in his last bout, Clayton stopped Ramses
Agaton (17-4-3) in eight rounds on October 20th in Montreal.
Chavez of Mexico has a record of 12-8 with 10 knockouts.
The dangerous Chavez has some quality wins on his resume as
he holds victories over Johnny Navarrete (10-0-1), Manolis
Plaitis (15-0-1), Rodolfo Ezequiel Martinez (40-7-1), and
Alejandro Chavez (5-1). The 31 year-old Chavez is looking to
get back in the win column after dropping two straight to
undefeated fighters. In his last bout, Chavez was stopped by
Jamie Munguia on October 22nd in Tijuana, Mexico.
In a highly-anticipated undercard bout, Akwesasne native
son, Ronnie "Rocket" Robidoux (2-0, 2 KOs) looks to keep his
perfect professional record intact, facing the rugged Jesus
Ortega of Mexico over 4-rounds. Robidoux, who trains in
Cornwall under the tutelage of Jorge Luis, looks to add
another knockout win to the record after a stunning knockout
victory over Donnis Reed in California last month.
Ireland's "Lethal" Larry Fryers (2-0, 1 KO), now residing in
upstate New York, is set to clash against Mexico's Michel
Polina in a 4-round Welterweight bout. Fryers, who seeks to
build on last month's punishing knockout of Rolando Padilla,
is one of the most exciting young prospects in boxing. His
relentless aggression and fighting style will surely not
More undercard bouts will be announced shortly.