In the co-featured fight scheduled for 12 rounds, WBO jr. bantamweight world champion Mark "Too Sharp" Johnson, 44-3, with 28 knockouts, of Washington, D.C., will defend the title against Ivan "Choko" Hernandez, 19-0-1, with 12 knockouts, of Ensenada, Mexico.
Johnson, now 33 years old, is a three-time world champion and undefeated at 12-0, with 1 No Contest, in world championship fights. He previously held the IBF flyweight and jr. bantamweight world titles.
Just 21 years old, Hernandez is a four-year pro. He is preparing for this fight with trainer Ronnie Shields in Houston, Texas.
MAIN EVENT - 12 ROUNDS - IBF LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD ROY JONES JR., 49-2, 38 KOs, Pensacola, Florida, vs Champion GLEN JOHNSON, 40-9-2, 27 KOs, Miami, Florida.
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