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Austin Trout and Mikey Garcia to attend "Battle at the Ballpark" tomorrow night

Austin "No Doubt" Trout and Miguel "Mikey" Garcia will be at "Battle at the Ballpark" on Saturday, August 30th in San Antonio, Texas, at Nelson Wolff Stadium.
Austin "No Doubt" Trout and Miguel "Mikey" Garcia will be at "Battle at the Ballpark" on Saturday, August 30th in San Antonio, Texas, at Nelson Wolff Stadium.
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Former WBA Junior Middleweight Champion Austin “No Doubt” Trout and two division world titlist Mikey Garcia will be in San Antonio, Texas, this Saturday night, showing their mutual support for all competing young prospects at TMB Entertainment and Triple A Promotions’ “Battle at the Ballpark.

Miguel "Mikey" Garcia will be in attendance at "Battle at the Ballpark" this Saturday night at Wolff Stadium
Chris Farina

“I know how difficult this sport can be and it’s definitely not for everyone,” admits Austin Trout. “Any fighter who has the courage to step in the ring and take punches for the entertainment of others deserves recognition and encouragement. That’s what the boxing community is all about. Showing our support for each other.”

The nine bout fight card is slated to take place at Nelson Wolff Municipal Stadium in the Alamo City, and will feature some of San Antonio’s most promising undefeated talent.

Five time amateur champion Cresencio “Kid Thunder” Ramos will be making his long awaited professional debut, explosive counter puncher Adam “Mantequilla” Lopez (8-0, 3 KOs), currently trained by two time world champion Carlos “El Famoso” Hernandez, will attempt to keep his impressive unbeaten streak alive, and Javier “The Pitbull” Rodriguez (10-0-1, 1 KO), one of the more exciting and fan friendly fighters in Texas, will look to close the show in style with another drama filled performance.

Mikey Garcia is excited to attend the August 30th fight card as well.

“I think it’s great what Rick Morones Jr. (President of TMB Entertainment) is doing for the hungry, young talent in San Antonio,” states the current WBO Super Featherweight Champion. “A fighter can’t achieve their true potential in the sport without opportunities to showcase their talents. I’m really looking forward to seeing what these young fighters have to offer on Saturday night.”

Also featured on the bout sheet will be undefeated, devastating puncher Armando “El Cartero” Cardenas (4-0, 3 KOs), who is currently being mentored by legendary architect of San Antonio boxing Joe Lopez. The head trainer at the world renowned Angel’s Boxing Club cultivated the Alamo City’s first world champion in Robert “El Pikin” Quiroga over 24 years ago.

Austin is expecting a big turn out and a warm Alamo City welcome at tomorrow night's event.

“San Antonio showed me a lot of love when I fought Canelo Alvarez in the Alamodome last year, so I think it’s only fitting that I show them some in return,” professes the former WBA Junior Middleweight Champion. “I’m looking forward to a great evening of boxing.”

“Battle at the Ballpark”, sponsored by “Bush’s Chicken!” of San Antonio and “Copa Ultra Lounge & Grill” on Walzem Rd, promoted by Triple A Promotions andTMB Entertainment, will feature 9 action filled bouts on Saturday, August 30th. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the first bell will ring at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are priced at $25 in General Admission, $50 at ringside, and $500 for special VIP tables for the exclusive August 30th presentation at "The Wolff", and can be purchased at the ticket offices of Nelson Wolff Stadium (210-675-7275), or by calling 210-560-8181 & 210-387-6859.

“Battle at the Ballpark” participants and match-ups include:

Main Event - 6 rds Super Bantamweight (122 lbs)
Javier Rodriguez (10-0-1, 1 KO) vs. Guadalupe Perez

Co-Main Event - 6 Rd Super Bantamweight (122 lbs)
Adam Lopez (8-0, 3 KOs) vs. Leonardo Torres

4 Rd Jr. Welterweight (143 lbs Max Limit) Special Attraction
Armando Cardenas (4-0, 3 KOs) vs. James Burns

4 Rd Featherweight (128 lbs Max Limit) Special Attraction
Cresencio Ramos (Pro Debut) vs. Daniel Sanchez

4 Rd Junior Welterweight (140 lbs) Special Attraction
Rick Nunez (2-0, 1 KOs) vs. Chris Garcia

4 Rd Junior Middleweight (154 lbs) Special Attraction
Daniel Baiz (Pro Debut) vs. John Angel Arevello

4 Rd Super Featherweight (130 lbs) Special Attraction
Brandin Chalker (Pro Debut) vs. Ramiro Torres

4 Rd Junior Middleweight (154 lbs) Special Attraction
Rodney Ledesma vs. Rudy Lozano

4 Rd Junior Welterweight (140 lbs) Special Attraction
Eric Butler vs. Marco Solis