USA Knockouts bid to remain undefeated against a confident Caciques Venezuela

After achieving one of the most surprising results in the history of the World Series of Boxing (WSB) last week when they destroyed Azerbaijan Baku Fires, Caciques Venezuela travel North as they face the undefeated USA Knockouts who have been one of the surprise packages of the season.

The American Franchise have enjoyed wins over Argentina Condors and Italia Thunder, and will look to make it three out of three against the confident Venezuelan side.

A marvelous venue in the Miccosukee Sports & Entertainment Dome, Miami hosts this Group B fixture, and on Friday January 30th 2015 fans across the world can watch the action free, live and on demand from 20:00 (GMT -5) at

An evening of much action begins at Light flyweight (49 kg) with America’s Nico Hernandez looking for his first win of the season against Venezuela’s rookie Yoel Finol who impressed in a losing WSB debut.

The Bantamweights (56 kg) fight next, and Francisco Martinez representing the Knockouts is seeking his second win in a row when he faces José Vicente Azocar who lost his opening fight against Meirbolat Toitov.

Tra-Kwon Pettis is a very exciting boxer, and makes his first appearance of the season for USA in a tough Light welterweight (64 kg) clash with Luis Arcón who narrowly fell to defeat in Kazakhstan.

Jose Endry Saavedra Pinto is ranked in the top 15 in AIBA’s rankings, and the Venezuelan meets America’s WSB Middleweight (75 kg) veteran Anthony Campbell who won his opening week contest by a round one knockout.

The Heavyweights (91 kg) finish the night in Miami, and Josh Temple will be itching to get into the ring following his week one walkover victory, and he will be hoping Alfonso Flores will make it to the ring following the Venezuelan fighters third round loss in week one.