Yves Ulysses Jr. vs. David Therooks in Canada this Friday
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Canadian Yves Ulysses Jr. will be unveiling his NABF Super Lightweight title for the first time as he faces his teammate David Theroux at the main event of the card this Friday at Center Kervice Auto in Shavinigan, Quebec, Canada. .
The fight, which is scheduled for 10 rounds, will be organized by Tiger Management Company’s eye and broadcast on local television.
Ulysses (19-2, 10 knockouts) seeks to climb back into the rankings after losing points to Ismail Barroso in December 2019. Since then, he has had a knockout victory against Matthew Germain last November and is now looking forward to his teammate’s test.
Ulysses, 32, is a good fan and represented Canada at the 2011 and 2013 World Championships. Last time he was impressed against Matthew Germain, but he thinks he can take his game to a different level.
Ulysses ‘promoter, Tiger Management’s Kamil Estepan’s eye, was disappointed when Chatridin Akhmetov was injured in the co-main event, but was quick to move Ulysses’ fight to the main event. Stephen was delighted to draw attention to Ulysses, who he hopes will maneuver toward the 140-pound shot world title.
Thorux returned pro in 2014. He won his first six starts before facing defeat for the first time against the more experienced Ignacio Mendoza. After five wins, Theroux abandoned Mexican Jose Emilio Peria by a decision, then was defeated by Jesus Antonio Perez Campos.
The 27-year-old beat Canadian lightweight rival Jose Albaro, but lost to Steve Glazet, who saw his record 16-4, 11 knockouts.
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