Regis Prograis (28-1, 24 KOs) is ready to defend his WBC World Super Lightweight title with style. He’s tacked on four stoppage wins since his 2019 loss to Josh Taylor, a close majority decision that some argued should have gone to Prograis. He is the massive favorite in this weekend’s fight, but his opponent is no bum. Danielito Zorrilla (17-1, 13 KOs) has a tough chin that could, at the very least, break Prograis’ knockout streak. Zorrilla’s sole loss was a decisive unanimous decision against Arnold Barboza Jr one year ago.
Another reason Prograis is a favorite is because the fight is being held in his home city of New Orleans, Louisiana. The Smoothie King Center hasn’t seen a major boxing match in a while, and Prograis hopes a successful turnout will bring the sport back to The Big Easy.
Regis Prograis vs Danielito Zorrilla is on Saturday, June 17, at 8:00 p.m. ET. The main ringwalk will likely happen two hours later, as there are several fights on the undercard. This is a DAZN exclusive event. Here’s everything you need to know.
Prograis vs Zorrilla undercard:
- Shakhram Giyasov vs Harold Calderon; welterweight
- Ramla Ali vs Julissa Alejandra Guzman; women’s super bantamweight
- Aaron Aponte vs Xavier Madrid; super lightweight
- Ginny Fuchs vs Indeya Smith; women’s flyweight
- Jeremy Hill vs Mark Davis; lightweight
- Criztec Bazaldua vs Elroy Fruto; lightweight
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