Michael Oliveira vs Josh Hammock: Rumble Star Productions brings an action packed boxing card to Club Cinema in Pompano Beach, FL
By Brad Marchetti, Doghouse Boxing (Sept 10, 2009)  
South Florida fight fans will get to quench their thirst for violence when Rumble Star Productions brings an action packed boxing card to Club Cinema in Pompano Beach, FL September 11th doors open at 7 PM. The main event will feature hard-hitting 19-year old Brazilian slugger Michael Oliveira, 7-0, 6 KO’s, against 25-year old Josh Hammock, 8-6, 6 KO’s, for the U.N.B.C Middleweight title. Oliveira is an intriguing prospect training out of the well-regarded Normandy Gym in Miami Beach, Florida. The hard-nosed Hammock will be the biggest test of his Oliveira’s career. The fights will be televised on Brazilian television and Oliveira has an all-action style that makes for crowd pleasing scraps. Oliveira is a workhorse in the gym that has refined his conditioning under the guidance of fitness guru Danny Hawk and he has improved in every bout.

The co-main event will pit one of Brazil’s finest boxers Ismael Bueno, 11-2, 6 KO’s, against Nicaraguan veteran Julio Lanzas in an 8-round Middleweight fight. Bueno is coming off an impressive win over previously undefeated countryman Valdevan Pereira, 5-1, 4 KO’s, and this will be his Bueno’s fight in the United States so we will be looking to impress.

On the undercard a well-matched Welterweight bout will take place between hungry Philly prospect Lanard Lane 7-0, 5 KO’s, against grizzled Colombian trailhorse Dario Esales, 31-16, 25 KO’s. Esales most notable recent win came against contender DeMarcus Corley in November of 2007 and could give Lane a run for his money. The 27-year old Lane is a well-schooled boxer in the mold of Floyd Mayweather Jr. and after a strong amateur career, Lane is now one of the top prospects in the sport. Lane is a fast and aggressive body puncher that has excellent instincts in the ring.

Gary Shaw promoted power-hitting Jr. Middleweight Tyrone Brunson, 19-0-1, 19 KO’s, had won all of his fights by 1st round knockout until he was held to a draw in his last fight in Canada. Brunson has faced mostly limited competition but his opponent Marcos Primera, 20-18, 13 KO’s, from Venezuela has went the distance in his last 4 fights and will be coming to fight. Brunson had an 82-12 amateur record and was a Pennsylvania Golden Gloves champion. Brunson is an intimidating physical presence that has a heat-seeking right-hand and a whip like left hook that he shoots from the waist. Despite his glossy knockout percentage the 24-year old Brunson is actually a counter-puncher that likes to draw his opponents in with a low left hand before returning fire with blistering combination's.

Keep an eye on former Cuban amateur star Featherweight Rensin Barthelemey, 1-0, 1 KO, and Haitian Cruiserweight prospect Emanuel Augustama, 1-0. Augustama showed off his power in his pro debut by crushing 6’9” Heavyweight Jorge Flores with a single left hook. Augustama is a natural Cruiserweight that could wreck havoc on the division once he gains more seasoning with his blend of athleticism, body-punching, defense and power.

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