Quadruple-header on ShoBox: Antoine “Action” Douglas, Jerry “The Kings Son” Odom, Adam Lopez

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antoine-douglas-wins-2On Friday night, March 13, at the Space at Westbury in Westbury, New York, three undefeated fighters in the GH3 Promotional stable will all be in action as part of a nationally televised quadruple-header on ShoBox: The New Generation.

The show is co-promoted with Greg Cohen Promotions

In the main event, Antoine “Action” Douglas, will see action in a 10-round Middleweight bout against fellow undefeated Thomas “Cornflake” LaManna.

Appearing in the co-main event will be undefeated Lightweight Ismael Barroso (16-0-2, 15 KO’s) of Venezuela in a 10-round bout against Issouf Kinda.

Barroso is promoted by Greg Cohen Promotions.

In an 8-round bout, Jerry “The Kings Son” Odom will look to avenge the only blemish on his ledger when he takes on Andrew Hernandez in a Super Middleweight bout.

In an 8-round bout, Adam Lopez will make his GH3 Promotions debut in a Super Bantamweight bout against fellow unbeaten Pablo Cruz.

Douglas of Burke, Virginia has a record of 16-0-1 with 10 knockouts is looking for a big year in 2015 where he wants to transform from hot prospect to top contender. The 22-year-old has wins over Colby Courter (4-0), Marquis Davis (8-0-2) and in his last bout he scored a six-round unanimous decision over Don Mouton on November 13 in Washington, DC.

In his lone ShoBox appearance, Douglas battled former world title challenger Michele Soro to a draw on July 25.

LaManna of Millville, New Jersey has a record of 16-0 with 7 knockouts and has built a large fan base in the New Jersey area.

He turned pro in 2011 and has solid wins over Joshua Robertson, Ashandi Gibbs and Jamaal Davis. In his last bout, LaManna scored a 6-round unanimous decision over Gilbert Alex Sanchez on December 13, 2014 in Philadelphia.

Barroso of Venezuela has a record of 16-0-2 with 15 knockouts and has won the WBA Fedebol Lightweight title and the WBA Interim Fedlatin title.

He has wins over Alfonso Perez (4-1), Addir Sanchez (7-1), Oscar Arenas (22-3) and Winston Campos (17-2-4). In his last bout, Barroso scored a 3rd round stoppage over Maximillano Galindo on December 5, 2014 in Concordia, Mexico.

Kinda of the Bronx, New York has a record of 17-2 with 7 knockouts.

The 27-year-old turned professional in 2009 and is a former New York State Lightweight Champion.

He has wins over former world title challenger Mike Arnaoutis and Javier Loya (7-1).

In his last bout, Kinda won via 2nd round stoppage over Kevin Carter on January 17 in Johnson City, Tennessee.

Odom (12-1, 11 KO’s) of Bowie, Maryland and Hernandez battled to a controversial finish on January 9 at the Madison Square Garden Theater.

Odom was well on his way to stopping Hernandez when it was ruled that Odom hit Hernandez while he was down after being dropped. On March 13, Odom will look to even and settle the score with Hernandez.

Odom had an impressive 7th round stoppage over previously undefeated Villier Quinonez (8-0) on July 25 in his ShoBox appearance.

Hernandez of Phoenix, Arizona has a record of 8-0-1 with 1 knockout.

Besides the win over Odom, Hernandez has a win over previously undefeated Dustin Sultey.

Lopez (9-0, 4 KO’s) of San Antonio, Texas is coming off a 5th round stoppage over Leonardo Torres on August 30.

Cruz of Houston, Texas has a record of 11-0 with three knockouts.

The 28-year-old turned pro in 2012 and is coming off a 6-round unanimous decision over Manuel Rubalcava on January 22 in Houston.

The combined record of the 8 fighters are 105-3-4 with 58 knockouts.

On the off-television portion, undefeated Welterweight Jerrell Harris (4-0, 4 KO’s) will make his GH3 Promotions debut against an opponent to be named in a bout scheduled for four rounds.

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