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NEXT GEN Boxing Debuts Friday at Commerce Casino

NEXTGEN Boxing is the sweet science’s newest platform launched to develop and showcase future stars in the sport with a higher standard of matchmaking, promotion, marketing, and media visibility for boxers at all levels.

The upstart boxing series will premiere on Friday, August 19 at the Commerce Casino in Commerce, California. Boxing fans around the world can purchase the pay-per-view on FITE TV ( for $19.99.

The main event will renew boxing’s long-standing rivalry of Puerto Rico vs. Mexico as undefeated prospect Luis Feliciano (15-0, 8 KOs) faces off against Mexico’s Alejandro Frias (13-6-2, 6 KOs) in an 8-round super lightweight bout.

The 29-year-old Puerto Rican-American Feliciano is no stranger to fighting tough opposition, as he won the NABF super lightweight title in 2019 against then-undefeated Genaro Gamez and defended the title against Golden Boy Promotions prospect Herbert Acevedo.

In the co-main event, a 50/50 matchup featuring two boxers who both have only one loss will take place when popular Vlad “Super Bad” Panin (13-1, 6 KOs) takes on Reggie Harris Jr. (7-1, 3 KOs) in a welterweight bout over 8 rounds.

The rest of the inaugural NEXTGEN Boxing show will feature the following fights:

— Robin Safar, 14-0 (10KO), Las Vegas, Nevada vs. Antonio Brown 8-1 (8KO), Phoenix, Arizona — 200 pounds

— Jose Zamora Soto 11-2 (8KO), Inglewood, California vs. Jose Lopez 2-2-1 (0KO), New York, New York — 122 pounds

— Felix Soria 4-0 (2KO), Riverside, California vs. Noah Kidd 6-5-2 (5KO), Kansas City, Missouri — 147 pounds

— Tayden Beltran 3-0-1 (2KO), Huntington Beach, California vs. Benji Gomez, Pro Boxing Debut, Oxnard, California — 138 pounds

— Matias Radcliffe 2-0-1 (2KO), Reseda, California vs. Uriel Ortiz, Pro Debut, Delano, California — 135 pounds

— Sincere Brooks, 3-0 (1KO), Long Beach, California vs. Alex Cortez, Pro Debut, Redding, California — 149 pounds

— Lupita Medina 1-0 (0KO), Los Angeles, California vs. Jennifer Nicole Morales 1-2 (1KO), Houston, Texas — 108 pounds

— Felix Soria, 4-0 (2KO), Riverside, California vs. Noah Kidd 6-5 (5KO), Kansas City Missouri- 150 pounds

Also scheduled to appear are Anaheim’s Jessie Mandapat 6-0-1 (4KO), and Moreno Valley’s Joshua Garcia 5-0 (3KO)

Tickets for NEXTGEN Boxing can be purchased online at www.NextGenBoxing.TV, the Commerce Casino box office during fight night, or by calling (661) NEXT-GEN.

In addition to the NEXTGEN Boxing show on Friday, fans can enjoy a fight-filled weekend PPV package featuring UpNext Fighting MMA on Saturday, 8/20 ($19.99), and United Wrestling Network's Championship Wrestling and Prime Time Live on Sunday, 8/21 ($14.99) from Commerce Casino for a special discounted total price of $39.99.

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