Undefeated Cabrera Mioletti Faces Antonio Escalante
Friday At Battle At The Boat 119
Giovanni Cabrera Mioletti believes his path to superstardom
The fast-rising undefeated super featherweight will kick off
2019 by facing former world title contender Antonio
Escalante in the main event at Battle at the Boat 119 on
Friday at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma, Wash.
“I'm excited to test myself once again against such an
experienced fighter,” Cabrera Mioletti said. “Antonio
Escalante has been in the ring with some of the best in the
world. He is skilled and dangerous. He has my full attention
Cabrera Mioletti has been nothing short of spectacular in
his professional career, building up a perfect 14-0-0 record
with 5 victories coming by knockout. Escalante will be one
of his stiffest obstacles to date and sports a record of
29-9-0 with 20 KOs.
The 10-round main event will be one of six bouts on the
card. The event will also feature a featured bout between
Seattle’s Shae Green and Portland, Oregon’s Journey Newson.
Tickets are available through the EQC box office and all
Ticketmaster Outlets. Preliminary bouts will start at 8 p.m.
Doors open at 7 p.m.
Cabrera Mioletti capped a stellar 2018 by defeating
previously undefeated Headley Scott in the main event at
Battle at the Boat 118 on Nov. 17. Scott entered the contest
with a spotless 11-0 record with 10 of his wins coming by
Cabrera Mioletti ended the contest late in the seventh round
by TKO, giving him his fourth win over an undefeated fighter
in the last 15 months.
It marked the seventh career fight at the Emerald Queen
Casino for Seattle-native Cabrera Mioletti, who now fights
out of Chicago.
His opponent, El Paso’s Antonio Escalante is a former NABO
super bantamweight champion and holds victories over several
notable fighters including Miguel Roman, who is currently
one of the world’s top-ranked super featherweights.
Cabrera Mioletti won’t be the only fighter on the card
attempting to stay undefeated as Seattle Boxing Gym products
Shae Green and Richard VanSiclen will both be looking to
accomplish that feat as well.
VanSiclen (5-0-0, 3 KOs) is a former standout for the
University of Washington’s boxing program and will face
veteran Eddie Hunter in a light heavyweight match.