ProBox TV’s flagship broadcast Wednesday Night Fights returns next week with Pablo Cesar Cano locking horns with Zachary Ochoa in the main event from Plant City, Florida. The pair collide in the super lightweight division over 10 rounds on October 4.
Cano (34-8-1, 24 KOs), a two time world title challenger, comes off a third round knockout victory over Oscar Arenas Maya in his native Mexico having previously suffered a devastating second round knockout defeat to Danielito Zorrilla. The Mexican veteran has shared the ring with the likes of Paulie Mailgnaggi, Shane Mosley and Erik Morales. His standout career win came against multiple world champion Jorge Linares, scoring a first round knockout win at Madison Square Garden in 2019. Ochoa (21-3, 7 KOs) will look to get back to winning ways after consecutive points defeats to Branden Lee and Juan Jose Velsaco.
The chief support will bring boxing fans action from the lightweight division. Mexico’s Omar Salcido Gamez (17-0, 12 KOs) squares off with Panama’s Jose Nunez (15-0-2, 7 KOs) in an all undefeated clash over 10 rounds. Gamez makes his American debut next Wednesday night on ProBox TV in fine form with four knockouts in his last four fights. Nunez picked up a wide points win in his last outing against Jose Manuel Perez two months ago in Costa Rica. His last and first American appearance ended in a draw with Aram Avagyan in 2021.
Oscar Alvarez (9-1, 7 KOs) will take on fellow Mexican Jose Arellano (10-1, 6 KOs) at super featherweight. Both men look to get back to winning ways after both suffering career first losses in the 8 round bout.
Canadian KO artist Trevor Thonson (8-0, 8 KOs) takes on Willie Shaw (14-5, 10 KOs) over 6 rounds at lightweight. Exciting prospect De Von Williams (3-0, 3 KOs) opens the television broadcast against Nelson Morales (4-9, 1 KOs) at 143 pounds.
Wednesday Night Fights is FREE TO WATCH on ProBoxTV.com