It’s going to be an unusual day for boxing Gloria Y Honor VI Maidana vs Lopez, but it reminds me of the great Wednesday nights at Luna Park in the twentieth century. Fabián Maidana will be the main attraction on the Buenos Aires night as he defends his WBC Latin welterweight title against Israel López. There will be some notable individuals there, along with two additional main event bouts.
Gloria Y Honor VI Maidana vs. Lopez can be watched live on TyC Sports and TyC Sports Play starting at 9:00 p.m. in their Boxeo de Primera cycle. As part of its customary “Boxeo de Primera” cycle, TyC Sports and TyC Sports Play will broadcast the event live.
Gloria Y Honor VI Quick Card
- Fabian Maidana vs. Israel Lopez
- Alan Chaves vs. Jhan Camacho
- Juan Carrasco vs. Flecher Silva
- Agustin Marini vs. Christian Luis
- N. Maidana vs. C. Gonzalez
- Santiago Aliberti vs. N. Sosa
- M. Pogonza vs. Franco Madoery
Fabian Maidana vs Israel Lopez Match preview
Fabián Maidana (21-2, 16 KOs) will return to Luna Park after stopping Edwin Bennett, but this time he’ll be in charge of ending the Buenos Aires evening. The native of Santa Fe will make his second defense of the WBC Latin welterweight championship. this time around against Nicaraguan southpaw Israel López (11-4-1, 8 KOs), a former WBA super lightweight fedecentro champion and potential WBO super lightweight youth world champion.
Another one of the main attractions of the day will be Juan Carrasco’s presentation (19-1, 13 KOs). To defend the South American lightweight championship and climb the IBF lightweight world ranking, the Mendoza native, who is presently ranked No. 13, will return to the Corrientes and Bouchard ring.
He will face the 23-year-old Venezuelan. Flecher Silva (15-2, 13 KOs), who hopes to move past his defeat against Mirco Cuello in April. will try to capture his first professional championship by competing for the South American featherweight title.
In order to defend the WBO junior lightweight world title for the third time. 22-year-old Alan Chaves (14-0, 12 KOs) will need to defeat unbeaten 19-year-old Jhan Camacho of Venezuela (7-0-1, 1 KO). who will be competing for the first time outside of Colombia.