Alexander vs Reckach, Centeno vs Monroe: Double-Header in California

Former two division champion Devon Alexander “The Great” will battle it out with Ivan “El Terrible” Redkach, with a co -main event featuring Hugo “The Boss” Centeno Jr. and Willie “El Mongoose”. The card will be presented live on June 1st beginning at 8PM/ET on FS1 and Fox Deportes via PBC. The fights take place at Soboba Casino Resort in San Jacinto, California.

Devon Alexander (27-5-1, 14KOs) has traveled a tough road. Alexander dealt with a period of inactivity as he battled prescription painkiller addiction. Since then he has been fighting trying to fight his way back to contender status. His second to last fight, which was with Victor Ortiz was non-stop action yet the outcome was a draw. His last fight against Andre Berto, in which Berto was forced to taste canvas in that fight, ended in a close split decision victory in favor for Berto although many feel both fights could have went to Alexander. The Great Roy Jones Jr will be cornering Devon Alexander. With notable wins of Marcos Maidana, Lucas Matthysse and Jesus Soto Karass, Alexander will be aiming to make a statement come fight night to prove he can still get in there with the best and mix it up.

Ivan Redkach (22-4-1, 17KOs) is coming off back to back victories and look to keep that momentum going. Redkach is a training camp teammate of featherweight king ” El Famoso Teremoto” Leo Santa Cruz. His fight with John Molina Jr. was total war in which both men tasted canvas, a fight that could have been considered as fight of the year.

Hugo Centeno (27-2, 14KOs) After facing a vicious knockout loss against Jermall Charlo, Centeno defeated Oscar Cortes, and looks to keep moving forward with another win against Monroe Jr. Centeno is a tough fighter who won his first 24 pro fights before tasting the bitter taste of defeat.

Willie Monroe Jr. (23-3, 6KOs) has an impressive resume, sharing the ring with Gennady Golovkin and Billy joe Saunders, as well as having notable wins over Gabriel Rosado, Brian Vera, and Brandon Adams. Monroe is coming off back to back victories and looks to add a third to his win streak.

Don’t miss out on this action packed co-main event, double header!

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