360 Promotions Hollywood Fight Nights Series Kicks Off
2019 Season Jan. 27 At The Avalon
Tom Loeffler’s 360 Promotions acclaimed ‘Hollywood Fight
Nights’ series returns for the first time in 2019 on Sunday,
January 27 at the AVALON in Hollywood, CA.
“We’re very excited to kick off the 2019 season of Hollywood
Fight Nights with an evening of great fights on Sunday,
January 27 at the AVALON,” said Loeffler. “Our first four
events last year were very successful and our shows have
become one of the most popular nights on the Southern
California boxing schedule.”
‘Maricela Cornejo is one of the most popular female fighters
in the United States and will be making her debut at junior
middleweight on January 27. Also, this will be the fourth
time Brian Ceballo has fought at Hollywood Fight Nights, he
is one of the boxing’s top young prospects and is returning
to Los Angeles following a sensational performance at
Madison Square Garden on December 8.”
In a highly anticipated local rivalry clash, two-time world
title challenger Maricela ‘La Diva’ Cornejo, (12-3-0, 5
KO’s), of Los Angeles, CA will face Erin Toughill, (7-3-0),
of Huntington Beach, CA in the eight- round junior
middleweight main event on January 27.
A veteran of numerous nationally televised bouts contested
at super middleweight, Cornejo will be looking to start her
ascent in the junior middleweight division against her
Starting her professional career in 2000, Toughill has faced
numerous top names in women’s boxing including former world
champions Laila Ali and Jacqui Frazier-Lyde.
Top undefeated welterweight prospect Brian Ceballo, (6-0-0,
3 KOs), of New York, NY will fight Randy Fuentes, (8-7-1, 2
KOs), of McAllen, TX in the six-round co-feature on January
Since turning professional in March of last year, Ceballo
has impressed fans with each performance. Fighting for the
first time at the famed Madison Square Garden, the
24-year-old former amateur standout scored a four-round
unanimous decision over Daniel Calzada on December 8, 2018.
In his last victory at Hollywood Fight Nights, Ceballo
stopped Tavorus Teague in the second round on August 8,
The 30-year-old Fuentes has clashed with numerous undefeated
prospects and is returning to action following a career-best
knockout victory over Craig Callaghan on December 14, 2018
in Houston, TX.
In the light heavyweight division, heavy-handed contender
Israel ‘Bumaye’ Duffus, (19-5-0, 16 KOs), of Los Angeles, CA
clashes with undefeated prospect Juan ‘Sky’ Barajas, (7-0-0,
5 KOs), of Victorville, CA in a scheduled six-rounder.
A native of San Miguelito, Panama, the 26-year-old Duffus,
trained by Hall of Famer Freddie Roach, had won eight fights
in a row, seven by knockout prior to dropping a ten-round
decision to undefeated contender Charles Foster on November
18, 2018 in Boston, MA.
In 2018 the all-action 22-year-old Barajas stopped both of
his opponents in the first round, Javier Rivera on May 25
and Juan Armendariz on May 11.
Fighting in a four-round junior lightweight bout,
18-year-old prospect Adrian ‘Bam Bam’ Corona, (3-0-0), of
Rialto, California, faces Guadalupe Arroyo, a veteran of
seventeen fights, competing out of Huntington Beach, CA.
With two prior exciting victories at Hollywood Fight Nights
events, Corona quickly returns to action following a
four-round decision over Jesus Arevalo on December 22, 2018.
Over four rounds in the bantamweight division undefeated
prospect George ‘Fantasma’ Navarro, (3-0-1, 1 KO), of Los
Angeles, CA clashes with Anthony Torres, (0-2-0), of
The 20-year-old Navarro will be fighting for the first time
in the United States with his first four professional bouts
taking place in Mexico. Most recently he fought to a
four-round draw with Genaro Velarde on September 22, 2018,
in Mexicali, Mexico.
Torres returns to the ring following a hotly contested four
rounder against undefeated Sean Garcia on December 6, 2018,
in Costa Mesa, CA.
Rounding out the Hollywood Fight Nights event, undefeated
super bantamweight prospect Alberto ‘Tito’ Jr. Felix,
(2-0-0, 1 KO), of Ontario, CA, will look to stay perfect in
a scheduled four-round bout against an opponent to be
announced. The 20-year-old Felix will also be making his
debut in the United States having won his first two
professional bouts in Mexico.