WEALTH TV TO AIR BOXING FROM CANADA ON FRIDAY
Press Release: This Friday night, Wealth TV and www.wealthtv.com will air undefeated Ghislain Maduma against Saul Carreon in a lightweight bout scheduled for ten rounds. In the cofeature, 2008 Olympic Gold Medal, James “Chunky” DeGale will make his North American debut when he takes on former world title challenger Sebastien Demers in an eight-round super middleweight bout. Those two bouts will highlight a full nine bout card that will begin at 7pm EST / 4pm PST.
Maduma of Montreal via The Congo has a record of 13-0 with 9 KOs, including victories over the likes of Aldo Valtierra (TKO2); Gyorgi Mizsei Jr. (TKO5) and Josafat Perez (TKO10).
Carreon of Ciudad, Mexico has a respectable record of 20-5-1 with 13 KOs. The twenty-seven year old Carreon has wins over undefeated Jose Manuel Osorio and Luis Gonzalez.
DeGale of London has a professional record 14-1 with 9 KOs. He is the current European super middleweight champion. After becoming a national hero by capturing gold in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, DeGale raced out to ten consecutive wins, including winning the British super middleweight title with a 9th round stoppage over Paul Smith. DeGale suffered his only blemished when he lost a majority decision to British rival George Groves.
DeGale won the European championship with a majority decision over Piotr Wilczewski. He defended that belt twice with wins over Cristian Sanavia and Hadillah Mohoumadi. In his last bout, DeGale won a decision over Fulgencio Zuniga.
Demers of Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec won his first twenty bouts which includes wins over Elio Ortiz and Mamadou Thiam. That streak earned him a shot at undefeated IBF world Middleweight champion Arthur Abraham. Although he was stopped by Abraham, Demers went on to win 11 of his next 12 outings with some quality wins over Walid Smichet; Nicholson Poulard and former titlist William Joppy. Demers is coming off a ten round decision loss to Allan Green.
Also on the card 130-pounder Baha Laham (11-0-1, 4 KOs) takes on Alan Paredes (15-1-1, 5 KOs) in an eight round bout; In an eight-round light heavyweight bout, Andy Gardiner (7-0, 3 KOs) battles Emiliano Cayetano (21-5, 12 KOs); in a six round junior welterweight bout, Tony Luis (15-1, 7 KO.s) will fight Maurycy Gojko (21-37-2, 7 KOs).