Three Split-T Management Fighters Look To Stay Unbeaten on Saturday


NEW YORK (November 12, 2022) -TONIGHT, three Split-T Management Fighters will look to remain undefeated over two events.

At The Palms Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, middleweight Javier Martinez will take on the tested Marco Delgado in a bout scheduled for six-rounds.

Martinez of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has a record of 7-0 with two knockouts. The 27 year-old former United States National Champion, has racked up wins over Rance Ward (4-1-1) and his last bout when he scored a six-round unanimous decision over undefeated Pachino Hill (7-0-1) on July 23rd in Hinckley, Minnesota.

Delgado of Turlock, California, has a record of 7-4 with five knockouts. Delgado has wins over undefeated Joseph McCargo (3-0-1), former Irish Olympian Joseph Ward and undefeated Burley Brooks (6-0). Delgado is coming off a loss to Cem Kilic on August 4th in Montebello, California.

At Friday’s weight in, Martinez was 162.6 lbs. Delgado was also 162.6.

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Big 6’9″ heavyweight Antonio Mireles takes on Eric Perry in a battle of undefeated big guys.

Mireles of Des Moines, Iowa is 5-0 with five knockouts. The 25 year-old former United States National Champion will be making his sixth start in 13 months. He has a second round stoppage over undefeated Brandon Hughes. Mireles is coming off a second round stoppage over Kaleel Carter on August 20th in San Diego.

Perry of Pearland, Texas is 5-0-1 with five knockouts. The 36 year-old Perry stopped Jaden Booth in the opening round of their February 19th bout in Cleveland, Tennessee.

Mireles weighed 269.6 lbs. Perry was 279.8.

Mireles and Martinez are promoted by Top Rank and their fights will be streamed live on ESPN+ at 7:15 PM ET.

Photo by Ed Mulholland / Matchroom Boxing

In Cleveland, undefeated light heavyweight Khalil Coe takes on Bradley Olmeda in a six-round bout. Coe of Flemington, New Jersey is 3-0-1 with two knockouts. Coe, 26, has a second round stoppage over Dylan O’Sullivan. Coe is coming off a six-round unanimous decision over William Langston on April 30th in New York.

Despite just 34 amateur fights, Coe made the most of his opportunities as he was a member of the distinguished United States elite team. Coe gained his most prominence when he knocked out Olympic Gold Medal Winner and four-time world amateur champion Julio Cesar La Cruz.

Coe is co-managed by Split-T Management and Keith Connolly, and is promoted by Matchroom Boxing.

Olmeda of Mayaguez, Puerto Rico is 5-0 with three knockouts. The 28 year-old Olemda is coming off a unanimous decision win over Felix Gutierrez Guzman on August 12th in La Romana, Dominican Republic.

Coe weighed 174 lbs. Olmeda was 175.5 lbs.

The bout can be streamed live on Matchroom Boxing Youtube page at 5:35 PM ET

Last Friday night in Plant City, Florida, Dominic Valle remained undefeated with a six-round unanimous decision over Jose Antonio Meza in a super featherweight bout.

Valle of Lutz, Florida won by tallies of 59-55 twice and 58-56 and is now 6-0. Meza of Durango, Mexico is 8-8.

Valle is promoted by Pro Box Promotions.

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