Royal Rampage Promotions keeps making noise with it’s April 16th Royal Rampage at the Trusts Arena in Auckland, New Zealand.
This show is shaping up to be legendary, being the first time a WBC World Championship has been fought in New Zealand. Included in this majorly female show are legends, elite athletes, and true prospects as Royal Rampage Promotions is bringing the fans what they want and deserve.
Current card stands at:
- Middleweight – Kali Reis (7-5-1, 3 KOs) of Providence, RI, USA vs. Maricela Cornejo (4-1, 2 KOs) of Las Vegas, NV, USA for the vacant WBC World Title
- Reis is never avoiding top opponents, going after Champions Tori Nelson, Mikaela Lauren, Christina Hammer, and Hanna Gabriel. “KO Mequinonoag” is entering the ring ready for battle once again. She currently holds the IBA title.
- Cornejo is reeling from her 2 win 2015 that included her WBC International title win over Latashia Burton in August.
- Featherweight – Ronica Jeffrey (14-1, 1 KO) of Brooklyn, NY, USA vs. Centiane Lupi (4-1-1, 2 KOs) of Wellington, New Zealand for the vacant WBC Silver Title
- Jeffrey fought back to winning ways in 2015 with a one-sided victory over Celene Roman following her lone defeat in 2014 at the hands of Carla Torres for the WIBA title.
- Lupi is a tough opponent on a 4 bout win streak with her only loss to the bruiser Shannon O’Connell.
- Super Flyweight – Noemi Bosques (10-4-2, 2 KOs) of St. Petersburg, FL, USA vs. Michelle Preston (7-7-1, 2 KOs) of Auckland, New Zealand
- Bosques fought five tough contests in 2015, with 2016 being an even more trying year. She has put in true resilience in two hard-fought bouts with undefeated Heather Hardy. In August, she grasped the WIBF International title with a decision win over Marisol Miranda and aims for something more golden.
- Preston is returning to the ring after over 3 years away and coming off of 2 loses.
- Featherweight – Rebecca Jennings (3-0) of Wellington, New Zealand vs. Nydia Feliciano (8-7-3) of Bronx, NY, USA
- Jennings is an undefeated prospect taking a jump up in opposition talent.
- Feliciano is no push-over. Her opponent list is meaty, having faced Tyrieshia Douglas for the UBF crown, Bosques, UBF Champ Shelly Vincent, UBF and WBC International Champ Heather Hardy, WBC Champ Yazmin Rivas, 3x Champ Amanda Serrano, IBF Champ Jennifer Han, and more.
- Super Featherweight – Melissa St. Vil (6-2-3) of Brooklyn, NY, USA vs. TBA
- St. Vil is coming back to the championship ring after a hard-fought loss to Jennifer Salinas for the UBF title in November. She always comes ready to put on a show.
- Welterweight – Mia St. John (48-14-2, 18 KOs) of Los Angeles, CA, USA vs. TBA
- As quoted by Royal Rampage Promotions: “This isn’t a comeback – she never left the ring!” “Mia Rosales St. John is a Mexican-American Professional Boxer and former WBC champion in the super welterweight division.” “Mia increased the awareness and interest in Female Boxing in her time fighting in the ring including making it to fighting on HBO: signed a contract with Don King and then Top Rank Boxing, was featured on the undercard of Oscar De La Hoya bouts.” “Mia St John is a strong influence and advocate in Female Boxing today.”
- Middleweight – Alicia Napoleon (4-0, 4 KOs) of Lindenhurst, NY, USA vs. TBA
- Napoleon is a punishing prospect that has delivered knockout results in her first four bouts to start her career.
Get your tickets at www.RoyalRampage.co.nz