Undefeated Showdown Between Cabrera-Mioletti vs. Scott
Headlines Battle At The Boat 118
Giovanni Cabrera-Mioletti, one of the nation’s top super
featherweight prospects, has made a habit out of handing
fighters their first career defeat.
He will get another opportunity to play the role of spoiler
on Nov. 17.
Cabrera-Mioletti will face knockout specialist and fellow
undefeated boxer Headley Scott in the main event of Battle
at the Boat 118 at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma, Wash.
Cabrera-Mioletti, who is a native of Seattle, but now fights
out of Chicago, brings a stellar 13-0-0 record with 4
triumphs coming by knockout into the 10-round bout. Scott
sports an equally impressive 11-0-0 record with 10 wins by
Tickets are available through the EQC box office and all
Ticketmaster Outlets. Preliminary bouts will start at 7 p.m.
Doors open at 6 p.m.
The six-bout card will also feature a pair of 5-round junior
welterweight battles. With Jorge Linares facing Marco
Cardenas and undefeated Cris Reyes squaring off against
“This is as good of a card as we have had at Battle at the
Boat and we’re talking about a series that is 21 years old,”
promoter Brian Halquist said. “Cabrera-Mioletti and Scott
offer an incredibly intriguing main event between two rising
Cabrera-Mioletti is a perfect 5-0 all-time against
undefeated fighters. He defeated Gavino Guaman, who was 4-0
when the two faced off against each other on Oct. 1, 2016 in
Chicago, to score his first win over an unbeaten boxer.
Wins over William Hernandez (3-0), Roberto Meza (8-0), Ray
Lampkin, Jr. (11-0) and Elijah Pierce (8-0) followed for
Cabrera-Mioletti with his last two victories coming via
Cabrera-Mioletti defeated Lampkin by second-round TKO on
March 27 before handing Pierce his first career setback by
unanimous decision on June 8.
The 24-year-old Cabrera-Mioletti bested former world title
contender Carlos Padilla by fourth-round KO on Sept. 8 at
Battle at the Boat 117.
Additionally, Cabrera-Mioletti also has a victory over
former Global Boxing Union World Lightweight Champion Tyrone
Harris on Jan. 13.
“Gio has gained a reputation for being a fighter willing to
face anyone,” Halquist said. “You don’t see too many boxers
these days that are fighting undefeated fighter after
undefeated fighter, and you certainly don’t see one who is
winning every one of those fights like Gio is. He’s a
Scott, from Jonesboro, GA., has knocked out 10 out of the 11
fighters he has faced with five victories coming in the
first round and three occurring in the second round.
In the undercard’s featured bout, Cris Reyes and Andres
Reyes both bring exceptional resumes into their 139-pound
Cris Reyes, a 2015 National PAL champion and National Golden
Gloves’ runner-up, is a perfect 4-0, winning his last three
fights by KO, including winning his last fight on Sept. 8
against Keith Wolf by second-round TKO.
Andres Reyes improved his career record to 8-3-1 by
defeating Sean Gee by unanimous decision on the same card.
Linares, a teammate of Cris Reyes at Renton’s Tenochtitlan
Boxing Gym, will attempt to get back in the win column
following his loss at Battle at the Boat 117. Linares is
4-2-0 with 3 KOs, while the always game Cardenas is 6-7-1
with 2 KOs.
Additional undercard bouts include a 143-pound fight between
Niko McFarland and Luis DeAlba, a 128-pound contest between
Juan Gomez and Carlos Hernandez and 170-pound bout between
Roman Avetisyan and Juan Jackson.