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Hollywood Fight Nights Returns to Chumash February 23rd

Hollywood Fight Nights returns to the beautiful Chumash Casino Resort on February 23, 2024 headlined by an outstanding ten-round main event featuring Undefeated Gor Yeritsyan, (17-0, 14 KOs), of Los Angeles, CA battling Quinton Randall, (13-1-1, 3 KOs), of Houston, TX for the vacant WBC Continental Americas Welterweight Title, broadcast globally on UFC FIGHT PASS.

 

Presented by Tom Loeffler’s 360 Promotions, tickets priced at $105, $85, $75, $65 and $55 are Now On-Sale and can be purchased online through the Chumash Casino Resort (3400 East Highway 246, Santa Ynez, CA 93460). Doors will open on the night of the event at 6:30 p.m. PT with the first bell at 7:00 p.m. PT.

 

Said Tom Loeffler, “We are very excited about bringing more world-class boxing to the Chumash Casino Resort once again. Chumash is a tremendous property, in the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley, that boasts a rich boxing history.”

 

“Gor Yeritsyan vs Quinton Randall is a great matchup for the vacant WBC Continental Americas Welterweight Title. Gor is undefeated and coming off of a big win at Madison Square Garden last month. He’s in very tough against Quinton Randall who’s coming to win the title and take Gor’s undefeated record away from him.”

 

Yeritsyan, a native of Armenia, returns to action following a career-best victory on November 9, in New York City, an eight round unanimous decision over perennial contender Luis Alberto Veron. The 28-year-old native of Armenia is trained by Hall of Famer Freddie Roach.

 

"Gor is ready to take the next step up which makes this fight and this training camp all the more important," Roach said. "Randall is a tough fighter and he has our full attention. Gor is very motivated to give the Armenian fans attending the fight a great show."   

 

Stated Yeritsyan, “I am very excited because it’s my first main event on UFC FIGHT PASS and I’m fighting for a title. It means a lot for me because I came a long way for this. Now I am doing really hard work with my coach Freddie and the team. I must be 100% ready for this fight.”

 

The upset-minded Randall, unbeaten in his first 14 professional fights, looks to bounce back into the win column following a hotly-contested ten-round WBO International Welterweight title clash against Brian Norman, on November 16, in Las Vegas, NV.

 

“I have a point to prove, nothing to talk about. Just action on February 23,” said Randall.

 

Additional fights will be announced for this event shortly.

 

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