Yory Boy Campas farewell fight against Anthony Bonsante to be streamed LIVE, this Saturday on GFL.TV


Long Island, NY (January 20, 2016) – This Saturday night in Butte, Montana, former world junior middleweight champion “Yory Boy” Campas will make his 126th and final ring appearance when he takes on former participant of
The Contender, Anthony Bonsante.

The action will get underway at 10 PM ET / 7 PM PT on GFL.TV for a suggested retail price of $14.99.

Fans can order the event by clicking HERE

Campas of Navojoa, Mexico and now residing in Montana has a record of 105-17-3 with an astronomical 81 knockouts.

To say he has faced everybody in the Welterweight through Middleweight divisions is an understatement.

Campas won the IBF Junior Middleweight title with a 8th round stoppage over previously undefeated and former U.S. Olympian Marquez on December 6, 1997. He made 3 successful defenses of the title before being stopped by Fernando Vargas.

On four more occasions, Campas challenged for a world championship but came up short against Felix Trinidad, Oscar De La Hoya, Jose Luis Lopez and Daniel Santos.

Campas is undefeated since 2012 and will look to close out his storied career against the veteran Bonsante.

Bonsante of Shakopee, Minnesota has a record of 34-12-3 with 19 knockouts, appeared on The Contender in 2004 has wins over Tony Ayala (31-1), Brent Cooper (20-2-2), Troy Lowry (27-6) & Matt Vanda (35-2).

Bonsante is on 2 fight winning streak with his latest being a 8-round unanimous decision over David Gonzalez on September 26, 2015.

He is a former IBA Super Middleweight champion & Minnesota State Middleweight champion.

A full undercard will also take place:

Daniel Gonzalez takes on Jesse Uhde in a 10-round bout for the Montana State Super Welterweight title.

Jered Lunceford battles Mickey Walker in a 4-round Light Heavyweight bout.

Anthony Curtiss and Aaron Snow will make their pro debut in a Super Lightweight contest.

Eric Hempstead will fight Anthony Sullivan in a 4-round Cruiserweight bout.

Jacob Szilasi boxes Jake Fowler in a 4-round Super Welterweight bout.

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