TMB & PRB Entertainment Presents "A Ferocious Ending"
Live Boxing In San Antonio Texas Apr. 20
Professional boxing returns to the Scottish Rite Theatre in
downtown San Antonio, TX, on April 20, 2019, when TMB & PRB
Entertainment present, "A Ferocious Ending". Welterweight
Gilbert Venegas Jr. (10-1, 6 KOs), welterweight Hector
Coronado (1-0, 1 KO), and featherweight Richard Medina (3-0,
2 KOs), who are managed by Greg Hannley of Prince Ranch
Boxing, will fight in separate 4-round bouts. The 6-round
main event will feature a middleweight showdown between Luis
Villareal (4-0-1, 2 KOs) and Jimmie Strickland (3-0, 1 KO).
Venegas will square off against Adam Ealoms (3-16-3, 1 KO),
Coronado will battle, Jesus Angulo (4-12, 3 KOs), and Medina
will fight Alejandro Moreno (24-39-3, 11 KOs). All three
fighters are promoted by TMB & PRB Entertainment.
"I'm ready to get back in ring and rebound from my first
loss," said Venegas Jr., who suffered his first defeat in
his last outing. "I feel I'm a stronger fighter at
welterweight as opposed to super lightweight, which is the
weight I fought last. I was drained and it showed. I'll be a
full strength going into this fight."
"I was supposed to fight in February, but my opponent pulled
out after the weigh-in," stated Coronado. "I'm in great
shape and I'm looking forward to fighting this Saturday."
"Although Moreno doesn't have the best record, he's got over
sixty fights under his belt, so I know he has a few tricks
up his sleeve," said the 18-year old Medina. "I'm just happy
to be back in the ring after just fighting in February. As
always, I'm going to put on a great show for my hometown
"All my fighters on this card have bright futures," said
Greg Hannley, CEO of Prince Ranch Boxing. "Medina is still
in high school and is already making a name for himself.
Coronado was a tremendous amateur, and like Medina, he will
be one of the top prospects in boxing. Venegas is at his
best when he's fighting at welterweight, so he'll be
campaigning there moving forward. In all, these guys are
going to give their hometown fans their money's worth."
"We have a stacked card full of local talent," said TMB &
PRB Entertainment promoter Rick Morones Jr., "These kids are
the future stars of boxing and San Antonio should come out
and support them. This is a family event so bring the kids
and let them see what all the hype is about."
"This event is almost sold out so everyone should purchase
their tickets now," said Alex Draghici of TMB & PRB
Entertainment. "Boxing is alive and well here in San Antonio
and boxing fans of all ages are welcome."