Selina Barrios Remains Undefeated, Captures NABF Lightweight Title



Photo Credit Robert Elizondo - Team Barrios

Photo Credit Robert Elizondo - Team Barrios

ALEXNDRIA, LA (December 29, 2017) - Tonight at the Rapides Parish Coliseum in Alexandria, LA, Selina "Aztec Queen" Barrios (3-0, 1 KO) remained undefeated with a majority decision victory against "Lovely" Lisa Porter (1-1-1), capturing the lightweight NABF title. 
From the opening bell, Barrios applied constant pressure, forcing Porter to fight going backwards.  Both fighters, who were outstanding amateurs, showed their experience as adjustments were made throughout the fight.  Porter used effective holding to disrupt Selina's come forward style, but it wasn't enough as Barrios was determined to land her power shots.  Barrios made the fight uncomfortable for Porter by cutting off the ring, forcing her to fight on the inside.  Porter, who likes to use lateral movement, couldn't get into a rhythm, due to Barrios' going right at her.  Scorecards read 97-9396-94, and 95-95.
"First off, I want to thank the NABF for giving me the opportunity to fight for their belt this early in my career," said Selina Barrios. "I wanted to come out tonight and show the world that I'm elite when I step in the ring.  I knew fighting a hungry boxer like Lisa Porter wasn't going to be easy.  I had to control the action from the first bell, and dictated my game plan, just like my trainer Rick and I discussed.  She didn't like the pressure and it showed as the fight went into the later rounds.  Lisa Porter is a class act and I'm thankful to her for taking this fight.  Now that I'm the new NABF lightweight champion, I'm looking to step in the ring with anyone.  Bring on all the champions!"
"Selina is one hell of a fighter and she showed why she belongs in the ring with the best fighters in the world," stated Kerry Daigle, who advises Selina Barrios. "A win against a decorated fighter like Lisa Porter, should say a lot about Selina and her talent.  All the champions should be put on notice, Selina Barrios is coming for their belts."


Mario Serrano
Publicist - Team Barrios
(408) 607-5756



Selina Barrios and Lisa Porter Make Weight for NABF Lightweight Title


Both Fighters Make Weight For
NABF Lightweight Championship


Lisa "Lovely" Porter, Deborah Hawkins, Selina "Aztec Queen" Barrios and Kerry Daigle (Left to Right)

ALEXANDRIA, LA (December 28, 2017) - Undefeated female fighters, Selina "Aztec Queen" Barrios (2-0, 1 KO) and "Lovely" Lisa Porter (1-0-1), both made weight for their upcoming NABF Lightweight title bout, set to take place this Friday, December 29th, at the Rapides Parish Coliseum in Alexandria, LA.  Barrios weighed in at 129.5 lbs. while Porter tipped the scales at 129 lbs. 

"I'm ready for war.  I know Lisa Porter is in great shape and will bring everything she's got.  All the hard work is done.  Now it's time to fight." - Selina Barrios

"Barrios and I made weight and it's go time now.  I'm ready to take my career to the next level." - Lisa Porter 

Mario Serrano
Publicist - Team Barrios
(408) 607-5756

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Claressa Shields Opens Door for Female Boxers to Stand Out

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Sheilds (Top), Selina "Aztec Queen" Barrios (Bottom Left), and Lisa "Lovely" Porter (Bottom Right)

Clarissa Shields is creating major interest in female boxing and Selina Barrios and Lisa Porter are taking advantage of the popularity of females trading blows. Shields won gold medals at the 2012 and 2016 Olympics and in November 2016 Shields turned pro and won a unanimous decision in her pro debut. Shields then took her boxing gloves to Detroit, Michigan and fought for the vacant NABF FEMALE MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP winning by TKO against a more seasoned professional in Szilvia Szabados. 

Selina Barrios and Lisa Porter are fighting early for the vacant female NABF LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP over 10 hard rounds in Alexandria at the Rapides Parish Coliseum to become the talking point of lightweight boxing in North America. They like, Shields, are moving forward and quickly towards major competition early. Both Barrios and Porter have some of the most outstanding amateur backgrounds in female boxing. The magic is they are facing each other right away and not attempting to fight lower level competition to build their records. This brings interest and a huge amount of excitement to professional female boxing. 

Gender equality in boxing has come into focus with fighters like Shields, Barrios, and Porter. No longer are female boxers having to own gold medals to become noticed by the networks and cable giants. Shields has opened the door and the door is ready to be kicked open. More promoters are signing professional female boxers to their talent sheet than ever before. We will soon see tournaments of female professional boxing. Fans across the country and the world are waking up and wanting to see these females compete.

Many fans will be able to see just that in person on December 29th in Alexandria, Louisiana at the newly constructed RAPIDES PARISH COLISEUM with a show promoted by KEEPPUNCHING ENTERTAINMENT’S President and CEO, Kerry Daigle.

Although the undercard of the phenomenal show will produce fireworks with incredible talent competing and hard punchers showing the audience how ‘knockouts’ are done, the interest is in watching these two incredible female talents compete in a huge clash of styles. No longer will you see padded records of female boxers but instead good tough competition with the best fighting the best, regardless of the win/loss record. 

Selina Barrios and Lisa Porter are changing the game and following in Clarissa Shields footsteps in America. The interesting part is the lightweight division has an Olympic Gold Medalist who is now the WBA world lightweight champion in Katie Taylor from Ireland. The winner will have the opportunity to challenge Taylor or the WBC champion from Belgium, Delfine Persoon (39-1). 

Tickets to see this championship fight are available at and the Rapides Parish Coliseum box office. Visit for more info. Sponsorships available. 



KEEPPUNCHING ENTERTAINMENT (KPE) has partnered with BEST WESTERN OF ALEXANDRIA to be the official headquarters for the CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING series being brought to CENLA (Central Louisiana). On July 18th of this year, Martha Turner, the general manager of the Best Western stepped in to be involved in Keeppunching Entertainment’s (KPE) nationally televised show. Since that time the excitement and energy of BIG TIME BOXING has never left the spacious hotel. 

Former heavyweight champions of the world stayed at the sprawling property as they were involved with KPE’s debut show in the Rapides Parish Coliseum where millions watched the televised show all across North America and other parts of the world. World rated contenders who have been seen on national television regularly were seen walking around the local hotel. 

On December 29th, KPE is bringing another star studded show with 9 phenomenal fights on the undercard of a NABF (North American Boxing Federation) Female Lightweight Championship match between two of the most entertaining and avoided female boxers in North America. 

Selina “The Aztec Queen” Barrios is being matched against “Lovely” Lisa Porter in a 10 round blazing matchup. Barrios is a multiple Ringside World Amateur Champion while Porter is a multiple National Amateur Champion. Both boxers have been avoided by the top rated females in the lightweight division. They are now meeting each other as undefeated professionals. The winner of this match will be in contention for a world championship fight as they will lay it all on the line.

Tickets are available at and the box office of Rapides Parish Coliseum with Champagne tables at $1000 for seats of 8 and $800 for seats of 6. Other seating are Ringside for $100 and $150 with other seating from $50, $25 and as low as $11 for families. 

For those driving in from out of town and wanting to get a special rate for a hotel room and staying over night a phone call to the BEST WESTERN (318-445-5530) will save you money. Just use the code KEEPPUNCHING and your rate will be $59 for a KING, $69 for a DOUBLE, and $79 for a SUITE.  The hotel is located at 2720 MacArthur Drive, Alexandria, LA 71303. 

See you there for the most exciting boxing show in Louisiana closing out the year. 

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Big Time Boxing Returns To CENLA

Big Time Boxing Returns To CENLA

Article provided by CENLA Focus Magazine

Professional boxing in all its glory is coming back to Alexandria at the Rapides Parish Coliseum on Friday night, December 29th. The holidays are a time where everyone is busy enjoying family time and visiting. This will be a time Louisiana and surrounding states can take some time off and enjoy a night of fistic fury. It all started in July of this year when KeepPunching Entertainment brought national television to the City of Alexandria. The world got to see a place centered in the middle of the state that could potentially bring big time boxing back to Louisiana, with memories of the glory days from the 1930’s and 1950’s.

This time, Alexandria will host a female championship fight as one of the main events for a major title bringing in 5-time world amateur champion, Selina “The Aztec Queen” Barrios who left amateur boxing with an amazing 80 win to 3 defeat record.  This is something you would expect in Madison Square Garden or at the Forum in Los Angeles and a casino in Las Vegas. The undercard is loaded with talent that will produce fistic fireworks that the casual and most astute fan will enjoy. All across the United States, in gyms with fighters from different nationalities, you will hear the “thump, thump” sounds of gloves hitting heavy bags as these pugilists set out to chase their dreams and bring those dreams into Alexandria. Yes, these same fighters open doors to “make-shift” gymnasiums, bathed in fluorescent lights, where the smell of sweat is thick in the air.

A win in Alexandria could propel them into a national televised fight as they chase the opportunity to fight for a championship to feed their families. KeepPunching Entertainment has found a home in Alexandria to build future world champions and plans to make this city a boxing franchise for the state of Louisiana. Fans will be able to meet the young men and ladies that started their careers in Cenla and later become household names. History will be made in the Rapides Parish Coliseum and you, the fan, will be part of tales of transformation from some troubled kids who turned their lives around in the boxing ring. Boxers will arrive from different parts of the United States and possibly Canada to compete in this new arena.“Fans are going to experience a one-of-a-kind event,” says Rob Antoon, “and be offered the opportunity to purchase food service with a menu at champagne tables with snacks offered complimentary and a full bar available in the arena.” “I have yet to see this type of first-class event anywhere in the state or the USA”, says David Rivas, an employee of the Paragon Casino Resort. He concludes by saying, “On top of that, there will also be an opportunity for families to purchase tickets for as low as $11.00 until they are sold out, with other seating at $25.00,$50.00, $100 and $150.” Sponsors have stepped up with more joining in the fun atmosphere of this top notch event at the end of December.

Christmas presents sometimes are hard to figure out and buy for that sports fan. What a surprise for someone to open their present and see tickets for the fan to bring their friends and family to a fun night right before New Year. As Don King would say, “Only in America.” I beg to differ and say, “Only in Alexandria!” Keep punching!

See you at the fights for the time of your life.

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SELINA "AZTEC QUEEN" BARRIOS Spooks Her Opponent, Zarina Tsoloyeva Backs Out of Fight


Spooks Her Opponent, Zarina Tsoloyeva Backs Out of Fight

Mario Serrano | Publicist - Team Barrios | (408) 607-5756

RAYNE, LA (November 2, 2017) - Two days after Halloween, unbeaten female sensation, lightweight Selina "Aztec Queen" Barrios (2-0, 1 KO), has spooked her opponent, Zarina Tsoloyeva (Pro Debut) from Zhaksy, Kazakhstan, as she backed out of their scheduled 4-round bout, set to take place today at The Rayne Civic Center in Louisiana.  Tsoloyeva refused to step on the scale at yesterdays weigh-in.  
Selina Barrios is one of the most avoided female fighters in the United States and now Kazakhstan.  Ebony Jones from Alabama, Alpha Patricia Lopez from Mexico, and now Zarina Tsoloyeva from Kazakhstan, all signed to fight Selina but backed out to fight her at the last minute.  Jones and Lopez were no shows, while Tsoloyeva who is from the distant land of Kazakhstan, showed up to the weigh-in, but declined to step on the scale. 
"I was willing to fight Zarina Tsoloyeva, the decorated amateur from Kazakhstan, but she pulled out at the last minute, like my last two opponents." said Selina Barrios from San Antonio. "It's been very difficult getting opponents to fight me.  I've always said, I don't care who they put in front of me, I'll fight anyone.  I have that much confidence in my skills.  I have no choice but to move on, but I'm respectfully sending a message to everyone in the lightweight and super-lightweight divisions, I'm not going anywhere, eventually you will all have to fight me."
Nothing will derail Selina as she stays positive and continues to work hard, looking for that opportunity to challenge the best the lightweight and super-lightweight divisions has to offer. Selina's handlers must now move her to six and eight round bouts right away, to chip away and get to a championship fight as she gains more ring experience as a professional.
"Looking at all the top lightweights and super-lightweights, I predict Selina will fight for a world championship before her tenth fight," said advisor Kerry Daigle. "Possibly by fight number seven or eight.  We're going to move her into six and eight rounders moving forward.  I'm already in talks with the sanctioning bodies to get her ranked."
"If no one wants to fight me, then I'm calling out all the name fighters in the division," Selina Barrios continued. "Amanda Serrano, Mikaela Mayer, Jessica McCaskill and of course, Katie Taylor, I'm willing to fight you guys anytime, anywhere.  Like I said, at some point, you will all have to fight me."



Assembles Dynamic Team

Mario Serrano | Publicist - Team Barrios | (408) 607-5756

SAN ANTONIO, TX (October 31, 2017) - After two pro fights, super-lightweight female sensation, Selina "Aztec Queen" Barrios (2-0, 1 KO), who hails from San Antonio, TX, has assembled a dynamic team to help guide her to the pinnacle of women's boxing. 
Dr. Charles Campbell and his son Colin Campbell from Corpus Christi, TX, will co-manage Selina Barrios.  Colin will handle the day to day operations, while Dr. Charles will help guide her career as a boxer, and personal pursuits in her professional life.
"My son Colin and I are very excited to be working with such a talented fighter like Selina Barrios." said Dr. Charles Campbell. "Selina has the one element in boxing that all fans want to see, and that's punching power.  In addition, Selina has the mindset you look for in a fighter.  The fact that she's willing to fight a standout amateur like Zarina Tsoloyeva, in only her third pro fight, says it all."
"Selina is the type of fighter that everyone in boxing should rally behind," Colin Campbell stated. "She's overcome a lot of adversity to get where she's at today, and the girl can fight.  She's certainly more exciting then most of the male boxers we see on TV today.  Selina was born to be on the big stage, and with her fighting style, she will become a fan favorite as soon as they see her fight." 
Kerry Daigle, from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, who runs Keeppunching Entertainment, will stay on as Barrios' advisor / consultant, and aid in getting Selina in the biggest fights that women's boxing can provide.
"Several promoters are seeking to work with Keeppunching Entertainment and Selina Barrios because she might be the most TV friendly female fighter in 20 years, with the opportunity to sell out venues, even better then male counterparts." said Kerry Daigle.
Selina's dad Martin Barrios, who has been in her corner since she was a top amateur, will serve as the chief trainer.  He played a significant role in helping Selina acquire an astonishing amateur record of (80-3), in addition to her sustaining an undefeated record as a pro.
"Selina is a tremendous fighter with the punching power to change a fight with one shot." Martin Barrios stated. "I'm not just saying that because she's my daughter, I've seen her destroy folks in the gym.  I'm super happy that I was able to get Mr. Daigle to believe in Selina.  I know with his connections and Selina's talent, we as a team, can do something special in women's boxing. 
Rick Nunez, will oblige as the assistant trainer.  Nunez, from San Antonio, TX, has worked side by side with Martin, helping Selina become one of the most dangerous fighters in women's boxing.
"With women's boxing on the rise, Selina now has everything set in place to become a big star in the sport," Rick Nunez stated. "You need a solid team behind you to make it in boxing, and that's exactly what we have now moving forward."
Maurice "Termite" Watkins from Houston, TX, and Ben Flores, of Corpus Christi, TX, will share duties as camp coordinators to the trainers.  Watkins, who fought in the lightweight division as a professional in the 70's, 80's and 90's, had a spectacular record of (61-5-1, 42 KOs).  
Selina's younger brother, undefeated super-lightweight contender, Mario Barrios (20-0, 12 KOs), has been in awe of his sister since she was as dominate amateur.
"Growing up, my sister was the best fighter in every tournament we entered." said Mario Barrios. "She literally wrecked everyone in her weight class.  It wasn't until I was a late teen that I was able to hang with her.  I love my sister and I know with the powerful team that she has behind her now, she can become a world champion."
Ann Wolfe, who was one of the most devastating punchers in women's boxing history, has been a big fan of Selina since her days as a dominate amateur.  Wolf has seen Selina destroy her competition while fighting in the amateurs. 
"Selina Barrios is a beast," said former world champion Ann Wolf. "I haven't seen anything like her since my days as a professional boxer.  She definitely has the talent to become a multiple world champion." 
"I'm looking forward toward a great career, that I hope will last many years," said Selina Barrios. "I have a great team behind me now, I know if I put in the hard work, everything will work out, and my dreams will come true."

SELINA "AZTEC QUEEN" BARRIOS Returns to the Ring Nov 2 Against Decorated Amateur Zarina Tsoloyeva


Returns to the Ring Nov 2 Against Decorated Amateur Zarina Tsoloyeva

Mario Serrano | Publicist - Team Barrios | (408) 607-5756

SAN ANTONIO, TX (October 27, 2017) - Undefeated female sensation, super-lightweight Selina "Aztec Queen" Barrios (2-0, 1 KO), returns to the ring Thursday, November 2, 2017 in Louisiana at The Rayne Civic Center.  Barrios will face the highly touted Zarina Tsoloyeva (Pro Debut) from Zhaksy, Kazakhstan, in a 4-round bout in the super-lightweight division.  The card titled "RAYNE RISING" is presented by Bad Chad's Boxncar Promotions.
Barrios, who hails from San Antonio, TX, is the older sister of undefeated super-lightweight contender, Mario Barrios (20-0, 12 KOs).  As an amateur, Selina had a remarkable record of (80-3), most of which came by stoppage.  She has a notable win against USA Olympian and Top Rank fighter, Mikaela Mayer (2-0, 2 KOs), and vows to make a statement against Tsoloyeva.
"Even though Tsoloyeva is making her pro debut, she's a big step up in competition," Selina Barrios said. "She had a great amateur career and I know she's going to be a tough opponent.  All I know is I'm going to bring the heat, and show her why I'm the most dangerous fighter in women's boxing."
Selina Barrios is guided by longtime boxing manager, Kerry Daigle, who believes Barrios is one of the most exciting boxers he's seen in years. 
"Selina has that fighting style that every boxing fan loves," said Kerry Daigle. "She's nonstop action every time she steps in the ring.  I haven't seen a fighter like her in a long time, male or female.  She has that special something that you can't explain but you know is extraordinary.  She's in a very competitive fight, against a very skilled fighter in Zarina Tsoloyeva.  When I asked her if she was willing to fight such a decorated amateur fighter, she said yes, with no hesitation.  That's what I love about Selina, she's ready to fight anyone, anywhere."

Zarina Tsoloyeva, best known for her resemblance to actress Angelina Jolie, won a bronze medal in the Kazakh national championships.  She's a highly accomplished amateur champion with great boxing skills. 
Tickets to "RAYNE RISING" priced $25 General Admission (Pre-sale), ($30 general admission tickets at the door), $125 VIP Ringside, and $800 1st Row Executive Tables, are on sale now at or by calling (337) 298-7658.
The Rayne Civic Center is located at 210 Frog Festival Dr, Rayne, LA 70578.  Doors open at 6:00 p.m. first bell at 7:00 p.m.

World Boxing News: "Salina Barrios continues unbeaten run with dominant win"


This past Saturday at the San Antonio Event Center, Selina "Aztec Queen" Barrios (2-0, 1 KO), remained undefeated with a dominating four-round unanimous decision victory against Jasmine Clarkson (4-10).

From the opening bell, Barrios applied a tremendous amount of pressure, never letting Clarkson breathe.

Hard shots to the body and head forced Clarkson to fight going backwards the entire bout.

The bout almost ended when Selina stormed landed a barrage of punches at the end of round three, but Clarkson was saved by the bell.

Clarkson was able to survive and make it to the final bell.

Score cards read 40-36 twice, and 39-37.

"I felt really good going into this fight and it showed in my performance," said Selina Barrios.

"I was able to cut off the ring and put a lot of pressure on Jasmine. She was very tough and I give her a lot of credit for going the distance.

I felt I won every round but one judge didn't see it that way. My goal is to get back in the ring as soon as possible."

A Local Bad Blood Redemption Rematch at the Rapides Parish Coliseum

CLAY BURNS from Alexandria, LA gets to fight in front of his hometown in the biggest Fox Sports show of the year. His opponent, JOSH ROSS, from nearby West Monroe, Louisiana has fought a draw with Burns. This fight is not a hype job....They both thought they should have gotten the win when they met. This is redemption for one of them, and it won’t be pretty. These guys fought a war the first time and will do the same this time. You can label this one “bad blood”. They really don’t like each other...Rivalry ....4 Rounds

Toe-to-Toe Tuesday's Main Event: Miguel Flores vs. Chris Avalos

Article Provided by: Boxing News 24

Featherweight prospect Miguel Flores (21-1, 9 KOs) will return to the ring to face former title challenger Chris Avalos (26-5, 19 KOs) in a 10-round showdown that headlines Premier Boxing Champions TOE-TO-TOE TUESDAYS on FS1 and BOXEO DE CAMPEONES on FOX Deportes July 18 from Rapides Parish Coliseum in Alexandria, Louisiana.

Televised coverage begins at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT and features undefeated Ahmed Elbiali (15-0, 12 KOs) in a 10-round showdown against light heavyweight prospect Leo Hall (8-2, 7 KOs).

“I’m very excited to be fighting back on FS1 and FOX Deportes,” said Flores. “I’ve learned a lot since suffering my first defeat but now it’s time to get back in the win column. I’m up against a very tough fighter in Carlos Avalos. I’m just ready to let my hands go and provide the fans with some great action. This will be a classic Mexican war that the fans will enjoy.”

“I’m excited to get in the ring and show that I’m still very dangerous every time I’m in there,” said Avalos. “Flores hasn’t faced somebody like me and if he thinks this will be an easy comeback fight for him, he’s in for a rough night. I’m going to leave it all in the ring and give the fans watching an action-packed fight. I know I have what it takes to walk out of there with a win.”

Tickets for the live event, which is promoted by Warriors Boxing in association with Keep Punching Entertainment, are priced at $150, $80, $50, $30 and $22, and are on sale now. Tickets can be purchased through Ticketmaster at or by calling 1-800-745-3000 or at the Rapides Parish Coliseum Box Office.

“Miguel Flores is anxious to bounce back from the first loss of his career and going up against Chris Avalos is the perfect opportunity for Miguel to show what he’s made of,” said Leon Margules, President of Warriors Boxing. “The fans at the beautiful, newly renovated Rapides Parish Coliseum are in for a treat and the show fits in nicely with the Premier Boxing Champions shows that are always televised on FS1 Toe-to-Toe Tuesdays.”

Originally from Michoacan, Mexico, but fighting out of Houston, Flores will look to bounce back from his first pro defeat in February to veteran contender Dat Nguyen. The 24-year-old had a big 2015 beginning in May with a victory over German Meraz and followed up by wins against Juan Ruiz, Carlos Padilla and Alfred Tetteh. He started 2016 with a headlining win over Mario Briones in January before dominating Ruben Tamayo over 10 rounds in May and scoring a decision over previously once-beaten Ryan Kielczweski in August.

The 27-year-old Avalos enters the ring with a wealth of experience, including a world title challenge against Carl Frampton and a battle with current champion Oscar Valdez. The fighter out of Lancaster, California earned his world title shot with victories over Yasutaka Ishimoto, Rolly Lunas and Drian Francisco. Avals has also been triumphant over previously unbeaten fighters Yenifel Vicente and Khabir Suleymanov.

A native of Cairo, Egypt now residing in Miami, the 26-year-old Elbiali had success in four TOE-TO-TOE TUESDAY appearances over the last two years. Those three contests saw him score a first round knockout of Fabiano Pena and eight-round unanimous decisions over Mariano Hilario and Andrew Hernandez. Most recently he delivered a first round stoppage of Jackson Junior in March in a fight broadcast on FS1 and FOX Deportes.

Leo Hall steps back into the ring looking to rebound from decision defeats to top prospects Earl Newman and Christopher Brooker. Fighting out of Detroit, Hall turned in 2014 and won his first eight pro fights. The 22-year-old has won seven of his eight bouts by way of knockout since his pro debut.

Mike Borao, Attorney and agent for Prince Charles Martin speaks out

Here is a short video with well recognized Attorney and Boxing Agent, Mike Borao , who handles many up and coming boxers. Mike will be in Louisiana at the RAPIDES PARISH COLISEUM on July 18th to represent his boxer, the former IBF HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION OF THE WORLD,  Prince Charles Martin. Another heavyweight featured on the card is undefeated in 22 fights and a former high school and college football player from Louisiana and Texas, TRIPLE J, (Justin “Jawbreaker” Jones). Mike is excited about attending the show in CENLA (Central Louisiana) in what he calls a ’stacked card”. Get your tickets at (Fox Sports Boxing) and at the Coliseum. Become a raving fan…get your tickets now!


What does TRIPLE J (JUSTIN “JAWBREAKER” JONES) 20 wins—0—losses—2 draws  think about the MAYWEATHER/MCGREGOR fight and who will win? How about his thoughts on the controversial decision with Pacquiao/Horn? Was it controversial? Who is the victor of the GGG vs CANELO fight? All this and more as TRIPLE J prepares for battle in a TALENT FILLED SHOW in Alexandria, LA on July 18th at the RAPIDES PARISH COLISEUM …..Tickets at (Fox Sports Boxing) and RAPIDES PARISH COLISEUM BOX-OFFICE. All this and more in this short video. 


An interview with David Rivas, a boxing fan AND a big part of this incredible BOXING show on July 18th in Alexandria, LA at the RAPIDES PARISH COLISEUM on FS1 promoted by WARRIORS BOXING and KEEPPUNCHING ENTERTAINMENT and produced by PREMIER BOXING CHAMPIONSHIPS. Elite boxers from across the world will be competing for glory on this night in front to RAVING FANS from Louisiana. Get your tickets now at (Fox Sports Boxing) or at the RAPIDES PARISH COLISEUM. It will be a night to remember as we bring VEGAS STYLE boxing to CENLA. You want to be there LIVE and enjoy the energy and meet the celebrities.


This next week will be filled with days of hype as some of the most elite boxers in the game enter the City of Alexandria on the 17th of July and enter the ring of battle on July 18th at the RAPIDES PARISH COLISEUM to go to war for the opportunity to fight again for championships. 

The weigh-in itself will be an event of it’s own as media and invited VIP guests will have the opportunity to meet these boxers seeking dreams of winning world titles and becoming financially set for life. “This is a show that will bring out the best in every competitor as they reach for the stars to achieve fame and fortune,” says Kerry Daigle of Keeppunching Entertainment. 

The RAPIDES PARISH COLISEUM is filled with Sky-Boxes and seating for 8000+ people that will have the opportunity to see a CLASS A boxing promotion being broadcast for 2 hours on national television by FS1 (FOX SPORTS). Millions will be tuned in to watch the magic of PREMIERE BOXING CHAMPIONSHIPS, the production of FOX SPORTS, the staff of WARRIORS BOXING PROMOTIONS, one of the busiest promotional companies in the world, coupled with the 40+ years experience of KEEPPUNCHING ENTERTAINMENT, who has worked with the biggest names in the sport.

The fans in driving distance will witness a LIVE event that will be remembered for a lifetime in the central part of Louisiana, CENLA as it is called, a place that was least expected to be the site for this kind of show. The winner here will be the fans who attend and also the City of Alexandria as it may become the promotional capital of the south producing more sports events and concerts from the attention of this nationally broadcast production.

Mark your calendars and visit the coliseum for your tickets or go to and look for FOX SPORTS BOXING. You will be glad you did.

Boxings Best are Coming to Rapides Parish Coliseum in Alexandria, LA July 18th

Alexandria…..Be ready for fireworks like you have never seen before…in a show that will be seen by millions…… FS1 (Fox Sports 1), in conjunction with Keeppunching Entertainment, Warriors Boxing Promotions, and the PBC (Premier Boxing Championships) along with FOX SPORTS 1 are proud to be in your city…your Parish….your state. Boxing history is being made.

This photo shows the UNDERCARD fighters...Can you imagine? One heavyweight, TRIPLE J (Justin "Jawbreaker" Jones) who is undefeated in 22 professional bouts is only one showcase. TRIPLE J played football in Louisiana and was a star athlete going on to college ball. An injury sidelined him from continuing and he moved into boxing. The rest is history as he is preparing for a championship fight soon. 

The second undercard fight that will be SHOWCASED is the former HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION OF THE WORLD, Charles Martin, who lost his title last year to the great ANTHONY JOSHUA in front of 75,000+ fans in a multi-million dollar fight. Martin has a record of 24 wins with only 1 loss with 22 of those wins coming by knockout. This 6'5" giant is on the comeback trail to become a heavyweight champion again and plans to leave a mark in Alexandria, Louisiana. 

Interviews and communication can be made by calling Kerry Daigle at 337.288.8510. Tickets are going on sale at the end of this week.

Be part of history in Louisiana and be seen on national television watching a star studded boxing show while supporting your community. 

Keep Punching!
Kerry Daigle
Keeppunching Entertainment Agency
(337) 288-8510

Warriors Boxing Promotions/Executive Strategist