by Alex Pierpaoli
On Thursday night Luis Rosa faces Luis Hinojosa of the
Republic in his second outing in
twenty-sixteen. Rosa's last fight was an eight round
unanimous decision win over German Meranz in January. Hinojosa fights for the
first time in twenty-sixteen, his last fight was an eight round decision win
over, coincidentally, a fighter named Luis Rosa, no relation. Hinojosa is 5'4'
tall, twenty-nine years old and is 3-2 in his last five bouts, losing both by
stoppage. His record
Luis Rosa recently graduated from
Haven's and is twenty-five years
old. His record is 22-0(10) and he's currently ranked 10th in the IBF and 12th
in the WBC. Gatweay
Jennifer "The Bolivian Queen"
faces Gina Chamie of Hungary
in the co-featured eight round attraction. (We recently spoke to Salinas and her partner Shelito Vincent,
who fights in the next installment of the Broadway Boxing Summer Series on July
Myquan Williams of
East Hartford fights for the second time as a pro in a
4-round welterweight contest. And 's Fighting Foster Brother's of the Boxing
In Faith Gym that headliner Luis Rosa calls home are also scheduled to box four
rounders on the undercard. Charles Foster is undefeated in ten fights as a
light heavyweight while William Foster III is undefeated in two fights at super
feather. New Haven
Plus two other bouts featuring regional talent are scheduled.
Tickets are available at www.ticketmaster.com and www.foxwoods.com or by visiting the Foxwoods' Box Office or by calling Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000.
Doors open at , first bout at 7.