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Marv Nation Returns to Thunder Studios



Headlining the card will be Irma ''Torbellino'' Garcia vs Stephania Silva for the vacant IBF Jr. Bantamweight world title.



The card will also feature ''El Feroz'' Fernando Vargas Jr. and Miguel Gaona.



Nathan Rodriguez, ''El Morenito'' characterized by his relentless pressure and fan friendly style has netted him a 12-0, 8KOs' record and with the full support of his promoter Marvnation behind him, the Pico Rivera resident is getting ready to show what he is made out of as he takes part of the November 11 fight card taking place at the Thunder Studios in Long Beach California being shown on DAZN.



Regarding the show, Rodriguez is confident and excited about the prospect of getting himself in the Featherweight mix, as traditionally, the weight class has always been a favorite of boxing fans everywhere.



''It's exciting, it's gonna be a great card with great fighters.'' The 5'9'' fighter exclaimed.


''I'm excited for Marvnation and what's to come, I'm ready and it's an amazing opportunity to fight on DAZN, there are many great fighters, such as Canelo and others on that platform and being able to showcase my skills to the people watching around the world.''



Just beginning to enter his prime years, and with youth on his side, the fighter had a taste of the big time back (and his longest outing) back in May of this year.




''My longest fight was a 10 rounder against Alexander Mejia on the under card of the Canelo (vs. John Ryder) in Guadalajara back in May.''



Having gone the full ten rounds is always a good thing, giving him the confidence that he can go the distance if need be.



Will anything be different in getting ready for this fight?



''Not too much, for every fight I train my best as if I were fighting for a world title. Really not too much of a difference, just always training hard, working on a couple of things but not too much.''


Just being ready a 100%.''



''I'm looking to give my supporters a great fight, every time I get in the ring, I'm ready to go the rounds that are scheduled to last, if the knock out happens, it happens, I don't plan to knock out the other person out but also to get those rounds of experience, I'm only 19 years old, I didn't get a big amateur background, so the more rounds I can get, the more the experience the better.''



''The fight in May, my opponent (Alexander) Mejia was a tough fighter, he was a veteran, he had a lot of experience, kept coming forward and throwing a lot of punches and I definitely have things that I have to work on, building of that and was the most rounds I ever done, which were the ten rounds.


That was my toughest challenge up to date.''



Family is always number one.



''My family is one of the biggest motivation for me, obviously the people who support me, specially my city Pico Rivera, I get a lot of support and it feels amazing to represent my city.''


His fight is scheduled for eight.



The card will take place on Saturday November 11 at the Thunder Studios located at 20434 S. Santa Fe Ave, Long Beach, CA 90810


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