Olympian Tiger Johnson Adds to Alim Cannuri-Dignum ESPN Telecast at Resorts World Las Vegas – Boxing Sports

Las Vegas — Tiger Johnson is at its best since representing the United States at the Tokyo Olympics last summer. In a six-round feature at Resorts World Las Vegas’ Resorts World Event Center on Saturday, May 21, he has the opportunity to showcase his outstanding skills in welterweight as he fights his opponents. Johnson’s match will open ESPN TV broadcast of the Janibequa Lim Cannuri-Danny Dynam WBO Provisional Middleweight World Title Match.

Alimkhanuly-Dignum, Jamel Herring and Jamaine Ortiz’s 10-round lightweight collaboration, and Johnson’s return on ESPN, ESPN Deportes, and ESPN + 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT.

Following the Olympics, Johnson (3-0, 2 KO) made an impressive professional debut in the fourth round of November last year, stopping Antonius Grabble on the undercard of Terence Crawford-Shawn Porter. The 23-year-old followed up on his performance, beating Xavier Madrid and Sebastian Gabriel Chavez for the fourth round of TKO.

The next undercard match is scheduled to be livestreamed on ESPN + from 5:15 pm ET / 2:15 pm PT.

Outstanding Southern California Adam “Blue Nose” Lopez (15-3, 6 KO) faces a Dominican puncher William Encarnación (19-2, 15 KO) In an 8-round featherweight match. Lopez became a fan favorite after a breakout performance with Oscar Valdes in November 2019. Despite losing the battle, Lopez showed calm and calm that eventually led to the defeat of Ruy Korea, Jason Sanchez, and a very thin majority vote, former world champion Isaac Dogboe. The 26-year-old Encarnacion faces even more difficult challenges after losing to top candidate Abraham Nova.

2016 US Olympics Carlos Valderas (12-1, 11 KO) will be Colombian Ruben Cerbera (13-2, 11 KO) 8 or 6 rounds are scheduled for a junior lightweight collision. Valderas has won three consecutive stop wins since signing the top ranks last year.

Former world champion Jessie Magdaleno (28-1, 18 KO) Returned from layoff for almost two years to fight Mexico Eddie Valencia Mel Card (19-6-6, 7 KO) In 8 featherweight rounds. Magdaleno has won three consecutive victories since losing the WBO Junior Featherweight Crown to Isaac Dogbo in April 2018.

US Olympic silver medalist Duke Lagan (5-0, 1 KO), his undefeated record from Cincinnati, Ohio Victorino Gonzales (5-2, 2 KO) In a featherweight match scheduled for 6 or 4 rounds.

Stephen “So Cold” Nelson (17-0, 14 KO), returning from extended layoffs from Omaha, Nebraska Louis Rose (17-3-1, 7 KO) 8 rounds of light heavyweight battle. Nelson, who knocked out De AndreWare in September 2020, suffered a defeat of Achilles shortly after the match.

The undercard also features three swing matches, undefeated lightweight candidates Giovanni “El Cabron” Cabrera (19-0, 7 KO), Chicago natives who signed to the top ranks earlier this year will face Argentine veterans Elias Arauho (21-4, 8 KO) In 8 rounds.

Lightweight outlook Charley Chee (2-0, 2 KO), a prominent figure from a former Team USA amateur from Brisbane, California, returns in four rounds from New Orleans Bernel Jenkins (2-1, 1 KO).

Rising junior welterweight Kasir “Mazzi” Goldston (4-0, 1 KO) Fight Cuban spoilers Janiel Alvarez (2-1, 1 KO) In a match scheduled for 6 or 4 rounds.

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Olympian Tiger Johnson Adds to Alim Cannuri-Dignum ESPN Telecast at Resorts World Las Vegas Olympian Tiger Johnson Adds to Alim Cannuri-Dignum ESPN Telecast at Resorts World Las Vegas

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