Reyes headlines in Tampa November 23

Reyes headlines in Tampa November 23

Tampa, FL (November 20, 2019) – Welterweight standout Mark Reyes Jr. will face hard-hitting Gabor Kovacs at “Rumble in the Bay” Saturday, November 23 at the Bryan Glazer Family JCC in Tampa.

The eight round contest serves as the main event and is brought to you by DiBella Entertainment in association with Rite Hook Promotions.

Reyes Jr., a Tampa native of Puerto Rican descent, enters the ring at 10-0 with 8 wins by knockout. The 23-year-old won his last two fights by first round KO, one coming in just 19 seconds. A crowd favorite, Reyes Jr’s known not just for his ability inside the squared circle but also his charitable efforts in the Tampa-St Petersburg region.

Coming all the way from Budapest, Hungary, Kovacks is 7-7 with 6 KO’s. He’s faced four unbeaten fighters and also battled former world rated contender Nicolas Gonzalez.

“Kovacks has faced some very good fighters and is a puncher,” Reyes said of his opponent. “I’m looking forward to giving the fans a great show Saturday night. The plan is to finish 2019 with a bang then moving onto bigger and better things next year.”

Fans can interact with Reyes on Instagram @MRJBoxing or by visiting Markreyesjr.com.

 

 

Tomlin looks to go to 3-0

Tomlin salutes the crowd after a first round KO

Ashland City, TN (November 13, 2019) – Lightweight prospect Ty “Short Fuse” Tomlin looks to run his record to 3-0 when he battles veteran Calvin Smith in a four round contest Saturday, November 23 at the Bryan Glazer Family JCC in Tampa, FL.

Dubbed as “Rumble in the Bay” the card is promoted by DiBella Entertainment in association with Rite Hook Promotions & Pier 6 Promotions.

On August 20, the 20-year-old Tomlin headlined a Tri-Star Boxing card in Nashville, TN. Although it’s highly unusual for a fighter in his second bout to serve as the main event, Tomlin proved to be worthy as he brought a massive crowd to witness his first round TKO of Kevin Cooper.

Team Tomlin expects more than 50 supporters to make the 10 hour trip to Tampa on the 23rd.

“This is my first fight outside of Nashville so we’re excited about it,” said Tomlin, who was ranked #3 in the nation as an amateur.

“I want to thank all of my fans that will be coming down for the fight and our sponsors for making this possible. We’re hoping to end the year with another victory.”

Will Hunter of Rite Hook Promotions, a co-promoter of “Rumble in the Bay,” was in Nashville for Tomlin’s pro debut this past May and believes he can become something special.

“I was ringside for his debut and was really impressed. He came in great shape and can really fight. Ty has a great fan base that is willing to travel beyond normal lengths to support him. He’s got a really bright future and I’m excited to see him fight on our card November 23.”

If all goes according to plan in Tampa, Tomlin will kick off his 2020 by fighting Thursday, January 16 for Tri-Star Boxing at the Fairgrounds Nashville.

Reyes Jr. looks to go 10-0 on August 23

Tampa, FL (August 20, 2019) – Undefeated Mark Reyes Jr. looks to his continue his unbeaten run when he battles Glenn Mitchell Friday, August 23 at the Bryan Glazer Family JCC in Tampa, FL.

The 6 round welterweight contest headlines a Pier 6 Promotions card and tickets are available by calling 813-532-5243.

Born and raised in Tampa, Reyes Jr’s perfect 9-0 record includes 7 victories by knockout. On February 16, Reyes Jr, scored a highlight reel one-punch knockout of previously unbeaten Rodrigo Tatijewski. An athletic boxer-puncher, Reyes Jr. is among the most popular fighters in the Tampa-St Pete area.

Fighting out of Steubenville, OH, Mitchell has a 3-2 professional ledger with all of his victories coming by KO. He has two first round KO’s and also fought highly touted Jamaine Ortiz back in 2017.

“I don’t know much about him,” Reyes Jr said of Mitchell. “We went through a number of opponents for this fight and the most recent fell out due to personal reasons so my thoughts are with him and his family during this difficult time. I’m glad to be back in the ring and the goal is to give all the fans a great show Friday night.”

Fans can interact with Mark on Instagram @MRJBoxing or Facebook.com/officialmrjboxing.com.

On Saturday, July 14, Bryant “Goodfella Perrella scored an impressive third round stoppage of highly touted Dominique Dolton as part of an FS1 fight card in Minnesota. Dolton, a protegee of legendary Emmanuel Steward, was stopped on his feet after taking a barrage of punches from Perrella.

On Saturday night at the Armory in Minneapolis, Bryant “Goodfella” Perrella (16-2, 13KO) looks to inch closer to a title shot when he squares off against Domonique Dolton (22-2-1, 13KO) in a ten round clash between two welterweight contenders.

Perrella, a 30 year-old southpaw from Fort Myers, FL, last fought in February when he scored a lopsided unanimous decision over veteran Colombian slugger Breidis Prescott (31-17, 22KO)

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