This coming Saturday night in Longmont, Colorado, ‘Warriors Conquest III’ will be held at the Longmont Athletic Club, 10 Mountain View Ave., with hometown favorite Raul “El Chino” Carrillo (12-1, 7 KO’s) continuing his pursuit of stardom tackling tough Colorado Springs native and seasoned pro Terry Buterbaugh (9-8-3, 4 KO’s) in the scheduled for 6 rounds welterweight main event.
Raul Utajara, Carrillo’s trainer and manager, says they intend to keep their ‘foot on the gas’ accepting any/all challenges that come their way, this being their 3rd fight in 2013.
Terry Buterbaugh, winner of 3 of his last 4 fights, is one tough competitor and will not come in with any intention of giving Carrillo that 13th victory.
In addition there are seven exciting bouts scheduled hoping to showcase more Colorado professional talent.
In a scheduled for six rounds heavyweight fight and the co-main event, Colorado Springs’ Joey Montoya (5-2-3) takes on Carlos Ibarra (10-3-1) of San Diego, California. Ibarra has won his last three bouts and Montoya looks to stop that winning streak.
Super middleweight action has Longmont fan favorite Victor Villereal (10-7-2, 5KO’s) taking on undefeated Colorado Springs prospect Maurice Louishome, (6-0-0, 4KO’s).
John Grimaldo, (9-2-0, 6KO’s) of Fort Collins, faces Denver’s 'Bad' Brad Jackson, (15-9-1, 7KO’s) in another welterweight matchup.
Jeremy Ramos, (4-1-0, 1KO) and undefeated Giovanni Merceron, (3-0-0, 2KO’s) should provide a ‘worthy of main event’ battle in junior middleweight action.
Carlos Marquez, (3-1-0, 1KO) faces Angel Torres, (0-1-0) in a scheduled 4 round junior middleweight bout.
Outstanding amateur boxer and Longmont favorite Hilario Rameriz-Medina makes his pro debut against Detroit’s Ruben Santos (0-2) in a bout where arriving early is worth every bit the price of admission.
WARRIORS CONQUEST III is promoted by Raul Utajara, Ghost Town Promotions, tickets priced at $45, $35 and $25 can be purchased by calling (720) 296-6176.
Doors open on Saturday night at 6PM, the first bell promptly at 7PM.
The official weigh-ins are open to the public Friday, September 27th at Las Palmeras Mexican Restaurant (303-848-0103), 199 S. Main Street in Longmont beginning at 6PM, with fans more than welcome to enjoy a great meal and take photos following the weigh-ins.
A1 Boxing (Glenn Goodson), 700 S. Buckley Road in Aurora, has a show scheduled for Saturday October 5th (‘Sting Like a Bee’ Pro/Amateur Boxing Promotions) featuring some of Colorado’s top amateurs in action.
Tickets are $10 at the door with doors opening at 2PM, bouts beginning promptly at 3PM.
For more information: Glenn Goodson, 720-933-8829, who will probably be working without trainer Chris ‘Da Future’ Green who is honeymooning in Jamaica with his lovely new bride Mandy.