Tacoma, WA (March 19, 2014) – Top ten American cruiserweight, Stivens “Superman” Bujaj (11-0, 8 KOs), is set to make his next appearance this weekend when he takes on California’s Victor Barragan (12-7, 3 KOs) in the 10 round main event of Battle at the Boat 95 at the Emerald Queen Casino. A six bout undercard is also scheduled throughout the evening, featuring Fife’s Cameron Sevilla-Rivera (2-0, 2 KOs) and Buckley’s Jeremy McCleary (2-0) who are on the fast track since making their professional debuts.
A limited amount of tickets for Battle at the Boat 95, scheduled for Saturday, March 22nd at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma, WA are still available and can be purchased at the EQC box office and online through Ticketmaster. Prices start at $25.
The 23 year old, Stivens Bujaj, has put the petal to the medal since making his professional debut in 2010, accumulating an 11-0 record with eight knockouts. In Bujaj’s last appearance, he earned the USA New York State cruiserweight title, knocking out Elvin Sanchez in the first round of the scheduled eight round bout. The success comes as no surprise to Bujaj, who after his last fight stated to www.secondsout.com that he wanted to take a shot at the top ten by the end of 2014. With only 11 professional fights on his undefeated record, Bujaj is certainly on the right track to become a true contender in the cruiserweight division.
In the final years of his amateur career, Bujaj competed in the prestigious New York Golden Gloves tournament, being named the heavyweight champion in both 2009 and 2010.
Bujaj’s opponent at Battle at the Boat 95, Victor Barragan, will be making his third appearance at the Emerald Queen Casino when he steps into the ring on March 22nd. Barragan’s career highlight came in 2009 when he TKO’d Arthur Williams (47-17-1, 30 KOs) in the seventh round for the interim WBC United States cruiserweight title.
Also scheduled is a stacked six fight undercard, all four rounds, featuring the Northwest’s most promising young boxers, including Fife’s hard hitting Cameron Sevilla-Rivera and Buckley’s amateur standout, Jeremy McCleary.
Jeremy McCleary (2-0) vs. Corben Page (4-8-1) at 128 Lbs.
Cameron Sevilla-Rivera (2-0, 2 KOs) vs. Juan Carlos Rodriguez (1-2, 1 KO) at 156 Lbs.
Jared Teer (1-1) vs. Sean Quinnett (0-1) at 147 Lbs.
Harrison Bevens (debut) vs. Josh Solis (0-1) at 161 Lbs.
Jon Jackson (debut) vs. Jared Torgeson (debut) at 200 Lbs.
Cole Milani (debut) vs. Mark Garcia (1-1) at 161 Lbs.
Doors for Battle at the Boat 95 open at 6 PM with the first fight scheduled for 7 PM. You must be 21 years or older to enter the casino. For more information about Battle at the Boat 95 and all other Halquist Productions events, please visit www.halquistproductions.com (currently being re-designed) and the official Facebook and Twitter pages of Battle at the Boat and CageSport MMA.
About Halquist Productions
Promoter, Brian Halquist started Halquist Productions in 1989 when he promoted up and coming heavyweight boxing contender, Joe “The Boss” Hipp. In 1997, the Emerald Queen Casino and Brian Halquist Productions started the popular northwest boxing series, “The Battle at the Boat,” bringing boxing back to the Pacific Northwest. Halquist Productions is the Northwest’s premier fight promotional company and has promoted events on Showtime, HBO and ESPN and also a co-produced Showtime’s historic boxing event in St. Lucia, West Indies. The Battle at the Boat continues to be the longest running boxing series out of any casino in the United States.