Undefeated Cabrera Mioletti Returns To Ring
At "Battle At The Boat 120" On March 23
Undefeated super featherweight Giovanni Cabrera Mioletti is
returning to the Emerald Queen Casino.
The fast-rising star will square off against Recky Dulay in
a 10-round main event at Battle at the Boat 120 on Saturday,
March 23 at theTacoma, Wash. casino.
Cabrera Mioletti brings a spotless 15-0-0 record into the
contest, while Dulay, who fights out of Makati City in the
Philippines, is 11-4-0 with 8 KOs.
Tickets for the six-bout card area vailable through the EQC
box office and all Ticketmaster Outlets. Preliminary bouts
will start at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m.
“This is another step for Gio towards is ultimate goal of
winning a world championship,” promoter Brian Halquistsaid.
“We are in our third decade of holding fights at the Emerald
Queen and we’ve never had a more electrifying young fighter
than Gio appear on any of our cards. This should be a great
test for him and another exciting show for the fans. This is
a very tough fight for Gio, as Recky trains out of Freddie
Roches Wild Card Gym.”
Cabrera Mioletti, who is a native of Seattle and fights out
of Chicago, has won his last three fights by knockout. He is
coming off a third-round TKO victory over former No. 1 world
contender Antonio Escalante on Jan. 11.
That triumph came on the heels of KO wins over previously
undefeated Headley Scott (11-0) and Carlos Padilla.
“During his first 10 fights the one question people had
about Gio was his power,” Halquist said. “I think he’s more
than proven just how strong of a puncher he is over his last
Cabrera Mioletti has won four out of his last five fights by
KO. In addition to his wins over Escalante, Scott and
Padilla, he also knocked out undefeated Ray Lampkin, Jr. in
the second round of their fight 11 months ago. Lampkin was
an Olympic alternate as an amateur.
He has handed five fighters their first career defeats over
his last nine bouts, fighting opponents with a combined
record of 116-28-1 over that span.
Dulay, who fought current undefeated World Boxing
AssociationSuper World Super Featherweight champion Gervonta
Davis in 2015, is no stranger to handing rising stars their
first career set back.
Dulay gave former World Boxing Association Fedelatin Super
Featherweight champion Jaime Arboleba his first loss two
years ago. Dulay won the bout, which was on the undercard of
a World Boxing Council World Super Featherweight title fight
between champion Miguel Berchelt and challengerTakashi
Miura, by third-round KO.