St Petersburg, FL, March 30, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Joey Orduna of Mad Integrity Fight Sports is proud to announce that unbeaten junior welterweight knockout artist Yordan “Cuba” Frometa and middleweight prospect Steed “The Stallion” Woodall have been added to the “Bombs Away 5” Fight Card Saturday, April 2 at the Bayfront Hilton in St. Petersburg.
A limited number tickets are still available by calling 813-507-5110. Doors open at 6:30 and the opening bell will sound at 7 pm.
Hailing from Pinar del Rio, Cuba and currently based in Miami, FL, Frometa puts his 7-0 record on the line against fellow Florida transplant Farkhad “Crazy Russian” Sharipov of Kissimmee in a six round contest. Frometa, who has six wins by knockout, captured the U-17 and junior world championships as part of Cuba's globally renowned amateur program. The hard-hitting Frometa however faces his toughest opponent to date on the 2nd.
At 4-7 with one knockout, Sharipov doesn't have a glossy record but has already proven he's willing to fight anybody, anytime, anywhere. The 31-year-old has faced seven unbeaten foes including 2008 US Olympian Raynell Williams, well-regarded Semajay Thomas and Kevin Watts. The iron-chinned Sharipov has never been stopped and is a standout mixed martial artist who has a solid 15-6 professional ledger.
Born in the United Kingdom and residing in Miami, Woodall started his career 9-0-1 with six of those wins coming by knockout. In his last fight, Woodall fought on ShoBox: The New Generation for the NABF title but was stopped in the fourth round by Steve Rolls. To get back on track, Woodall's been working hard in Houston, TX under top trainer Ronnie Shields.
Opposing Woodall will be Juan Fernando Raya of Bolivia. Raya, 2-4 (1 KO), is fighting for the third time in Florida and most recently dropped a decision to undefeated Omar Albanil in Tampa.
“I'm glad we were able to add two more quality fighters to the card,” said Orduna. “The locals were already raving about other fights on the card and now there's even more to be excited about. Tickets are close to being sold out and there will be no better place to be than the Bayfront Hilton on April 2.
With the additions of Frometa-Sharipov and Woodall-Raya, Mad Integrity Fight Sports will have a total of ten fights. Headlining is popular Ali Tareh, 13-11-5 (6 KO's) of Tampa against Juan Aguirre, 6-16-1, of Jacksonville in an eight round welterweight matchup as well as the much discussed featherweight fight between St. Petersburg's Jose “Lil' Pacquiao” Resendez, 4-0 (2 KO's), and Miami's Raul Chirino, 7-1 (3 KO's), over six rounds.
Other match ups include welterweight Armando “The Gentleman” Alvarez (8-0) of Miami against Tampa's Lee “Holliwood” Dawson (2-2-3) junior lightweight Michael Guillen (1-0) of Port Orange versus Tampa's Rafael Rivera (1-1) and St. Petersburg welterweight Viktor Kulakovski (4-2) challenging Paulie Simpson (2-1) of Tampa. Light heavyweight “King” Kenmon Evans (2-0) of New Smyrna Beach, St. Petersburg middleweight Raynard Hill (5-10) and heavyweight Jose Medina (1-0) of Winter Haven will also appear in separate bouts.
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Contact: Matt Yanofsky (Publicist) – 551-206-0578 or @kopublicity