Two title fights highlight Broadway Boxing, TONIGHT–LIVE ON GFL


New York, New York (MARCH 30, 2016)–TONIGHT from BB King’s in the heart of Times Square, the popular Broadway Boxing series returns to GFL.TV with two big title bouts.

In the main event, undefeated Chris Galeano when defend the New York State Middleweight title when he battles DeVaun Lee.

In the ten-round co-feature, streaking Tevin Farmer takes on former world champion Gamaliel Diaz for the NABF Super Featherweight title.

The action begins at 7 PM ET and can be seen LIVE for just $14.99 by CLICKING HERE

Galeano of Bronx, New York has a record of 10-0 with one knockout.

The 23 year-old turned professional in 2013 and has racked up some impressive victories over Villi Bello and his last bout when he won the New York State Middleweight title with a ten-round unanimous decision over previously undefeated Shawn Cameron (10-0) on November 20, 2015 in Brooklyn, New York.

Lee of Queens, New York has a record of 6-2 with three knockouts is no stranger to fighting and defeating undefeated foes.

He has wins over Josue Valdez (5-0) and his last bout he won a majority decision over Ian Green (8-0) on January 27 at BB King’s.

Galeano will be the fifth undefeated opponent for Lee.

In the co-feature, Farmer of Philadelphia has a record of 20-4-1 with five knockouts.

The 25 year-old has won 13 straight bouts and has risen up the rankings with wins over Camilo Perez (9-0), Noel Echevarria (11-1), Emanauel Gonzalez (14-0), Viktor Chemous (15-1-1), Angel Luna (10-0-1). In his last bout, he put on a terrific performance when he stopped former world title challenger, Daulis Prescott (30-2) in eight rounds on August 8th in Indio, California. In the bout, which was televised live on HBO Latino, Farmer scored three knockdowns.

Diaz of Nezahualcoyotl, Mexico has a record of 39-13-3 with 18 knockouts and is the former WBC Super Featherweight world champion.

Diaz won the WBC Super Featherweight world title with a twelve round unanimous decision over Takahiro Ao on October 27, 2012 in Ao’s home country of Japan.

He holds wins over three-division world champion Robert Guerrero, future world champion Elio Rojas, former world champion Cesar Soto.

In his last bout, Diaz dropped a 12-round unanimous decision to Emiliano Marsili on August 1st in Italy.

There are four undercard bouts that will precede the title bouts.

Travis Peterkin (15-0-1, 7 KO’s) of Brooklyn, NY takes on Larry Pryor (9-12, 5 KO’s) of Frederick, Maryland in a eight-round Cruiserweight bout.

Artur Akavov (15-1, 6 KO’s) of Pskov, Russia battles Todd Manuel (11-10-1, 1 KO) of Rayne, Louisiana in an right-round middleweight bout.

Shemuel Pegan (7-0, 4 KO’s) of Brooklyn, NY battles Ryan Picou (2-7-1) of Las Vegas in a six-round junior middleweight bout.

Cindy Serrano (23-5-3, 10 KO’s) of Brooklyn, NY takes on Renata Domsodi (13-8, 6 KO’s) of Budapest, Hungary in a six-round ladies lightweight fight.

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