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Andy Dominguez Headlines; Sims Jr, Urbina and de Jesus Co-Feature

The Bronx’s undefeated Andy Dominguez will be the main event fighter for the first time in his young career in a fight card tabbed “Holiday Fight Night.” The event takes place Wednesday, December 21, just four days before Christmas, the best time of the year, at Sony Hall, in Times Square, New York City. 

Featured on the card will be former WBA Intercontinental Super Middleweight Champion Anthony Sims Jr., former world champion challenger Sulem Urbina and Elon de Jesus.

This will be Boxing Insider Promotions second fight card. Their first, on October 13, also at Sony Hall, had a raucous standing-room-only crowd.

Tickets for “Holiday Fight Night,” priced from $85 are available at Ticketmaster Here

“This is the best present. To be back home fighting in New York City for the holidays, in front of my family, friends and fans. I plan on giving them another exciting fight.“

Andy Dominguez – Flyweight Contender

“I’m real excited for this bout. It’s my first time fighting as a middleweight and first time fighting in NYC – and in Times Square – that’s real old school. I love that. I’m ready to show off my skills and win over some NY fans!”

Anthony Sims Jr. – Middleweight Contender

“I’m looking forward to coming to New York as it has been a dream of mine to fight there. Indeya Smith is a good fighter. She’s fought great opposition and she’s rugged. I just know I am there to win and this will be my Christmas present.”

Sulem Urbina – Super Flyweight Contender

“Excited is an understatement! To be fighting in New York for the first time in my professional career & what a better time to be here, to put on a show for my family and friends during the holiday season! Look for an exciting fight as I aim to climb the ranks and make a name for myself in my division.”

Elon de Jesus – Super Bantamweight Contender

Andy Dominguez (8-0, 6 KOs)

Andy Dominguez from The Bronx and born in Mexico, knocked out his last opponent in the first round in front of a boisterous standing room only crowd gone wild that included many of his family and friends. It was his fourth knockout win in a row.

Dominguez turned pro in August 2020, in a bubble event during the pandemic peak. Dominguez will fight Marvin Solano (24-7, 8KO) from Nicaragua in a bout scheduled for eight-rounds.

Anthony Sims Jr. (22-1, 20 KOs)

Anthony “The Magician” Sims Jr. born in Indianapolis now residing in Los Angeles made his pro debut on April 9, 2014, following a stellar amateur career. He rolled through his first twenty bouts which earned him a January 30, 2020, WBO Latino super middleweight title fight, which he lost by split decision.

He would rebound in his next fight, winning the WBA Intercontinental Super Middleweight title on August 13, 2021 with a ninth round stoppage. On December 21, Sims Jr will fight Antonio Todd (14-6, 8 KOs) from Atlanta, GA in an eight-round middleweight bout.

Sulem Urbina (13-2-1, 2 KOs)

Sulem Urbina, born in Mexico now living in Phoenix, Arizona began her boxing life fighting at the Oxnard PAL as an amateur. She began her pro career in 2016 and won her first twelve bouts (with one no contest mixed in). Her first loss, on October 30, 2020, came against who is now Unified World Champion and Ring Belt Champion Marlen Esparza, against whom she lost a unanimous decision. On July 9, 2021 Sulem fought WBA Flyweight Champion Naoko Fujioka and lost a majority decision.

On December 21, Sulem battles Indeya Smith (5-6, 1 KO) from Dallas TX in an eight-round super flyweight bout.

Elon “El Leon” de Jesus (4-1, 3 KOs) from Dunkirk, NY, made his professional debut on December 18, 2020. Elon will fight in a six-round bantamweight bout.

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