The rising iron-fisted star of the 154-pound division, Carlos “Caballo Bronco” Adames, will lock horns with Patrick Teixeira in a 12-round WBO junior middleweight title eliminator Saturday, Nov. 30 at The Chelsea inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

Adames-Teixeira will headline the undercard stream (ESPN+, 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m.) before the super featherweight doubleheader featuring former featherweight world Oscar Valdez’s division debut against Andres Gutierrez and Carl Frampton’s showdown against the unbeaten Tyler McCreary (ESPN+, 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT).

Adames (18-0, 14 KOs), the WBO No. 1 contender, is 5-0 with three knockouts since making his Top Rank debut on the Vasiliy Lomachenko-Jorge Linares undercard in May 2018. A native of Elías Piña, Dominican Republic, he is 3-0 in 2019, including a fourth-round KO over Frank Galarza to win the NABO junior middleweight title. He defended that belt June 28 with a unanimous decision over the late Patrick Day.

Teixeira (30-1, 22 KOs), the WBO No. 2 contender, is seeking to become the next world champion from Brazil. He is 4-0 since suffering the lone defeat of his career, a second-round stoppage to Curtis Stevens at middleweight. A southpaw boxer-puncher, he last fought April 13 in Monterrey, Mexico, defending his WBO Latino junior middleweight belt with a majority decision over Mario Alberto Lozano.

#EliminatorRematch Congrats to the new WBO International Jr. Bantamweight Champion and ranked #3 Jeyvier Cintrón (11-0, 5 KOs), who defeated WBO ranked #2 Koki Eto (24-5-1, 19 KOs) by unanimous decision at Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee. Scorecards: 99-90 (3x)

Cintrón sent Eto to the canvas in the second round and went on to win 99-90 on all judges.

On May 25, these boxers had met in the same city with a result of no contest, after Cintron was knocked out in a round, but by a headbutt from Eto.

WBO NABO Jr. Welterweight Champion and #10 ranked 🇵🇷 Yomar Álamo (17-0, 12 KOs) outpointed 🇲🇽 Salvador Briceño (15-5, 9 KOs) by unanimous decision at Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee. Scorecards: 98-92 (x2) & 96-94.