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Boxing fans in for a treat when The New Generation Tripleheader takes place on April 7

It will be a night of action from Cache Creek Casino in Brooks, California as SHOBOX Presents a tripleheader of action.
There was a huge announcement when it comes time for the card as Undefeated New York super welterweight Jahyae Brown takes on Argentine prospect Guido Schramm in a 10-round co-feature.

That clash is going to replace what was supposed to be a super featherweight battle between Neri Romero and French Fortunato. Those plans had to chance due to the injury that was suffered by Romero.

Thus far the rest of the card will remain the same, as there are a ton of fights that will thrill all in attendance.
In the Main Event Shinard Bunch (20-1-1, 16 KOs) from Queens, N.Y. will go up against Mexico’s Bryan Flores (23-0-1, 13 KOs) in super lightweight action.

To open the night Raul Garcia (12-0, 10 KOs) who hails from the Dominican Republic, goes up against Jersey City-native Robert Terry in an eight round super welterweight bout.

Brown is a great story in the world of boxing, as he is a former FedEx drive who has decided to go after his dream of boxing. The quest for Brown is to become a world champion. Jahye, who hails from Schenectady had an impressive 80-4 record in the amateurs, winning the New York Silver Gloves.

During his 2015 boxing campaign, Brown was able to win the Elite National Silver Gloves Championship. A year later he was also able to reach the semis of the U-19 Nationals.

As for Guido Schramm, he is known as a pressure fighter who has a forward attacking style in the ring. Schramm is a late starter when it comes time for boxing, but so far has impressed with a 45-4 amateur record.

It will be a star studded night on April 7, as International Boxing Hall of Famer Barry Tompkins is a part of the play-by-play team. In addition junior middleweight world champion Raul Marquez and Steve Farhood will be acting as the unofficial scorers.

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