The Saturday night schedule is now official and complete for a special night in the ring at Rockingham Park.
The nationally-televised World Series of Boxing comes to the Rock with the USA Knockouts facing the Cuban Domadores.
Of course, the world-class amateur collision is one of three different levels of ring action at the rock.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with the first of three local amateur bouts kicking off at 8 p.m.
Light heavweights Manny Teo of Framingham faces John Worley of Westford.
Middleweights John Xafaris of Nashua takes on Brian Paulino of Providence.
And bantamweights Danny Pang of Portland, Me., tangles with Jose Rivera of Lawrence.
Following the local action, the USA vs. Cuba competition commences with five, five-round bouts.
The headliner has to be the heavyweights where Josh Temple of the U.S. tangles with Erislandy Savon, the heavily-favored Cuban in a clash of national champs.
But that’s not all. The Rock will also simulcast on close-circuit TV Saturday night’s Manny Pacquiao-Chris Bradley championship bout on pay-per-view.
General admission tickets are still available for $20 apiece, while ringside tickets can be had for $50.
For more info, contact Rockingham Park.