Miami, FL; Boxeo Telemundo initiates it Summer Series following the coverage of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games on August 13th, live with audience from Osceola Heritage Park Events Center(OHP) in Kissimmee, FL. Rising WBO Latino Jr. Welterweight Yomar “The Magic” Alamo (19-0-1) will headline the card, as he puts his undefeated record & title on the line against Mexican challenger Adrian “Chinito” Yung(28-6-2) of Los Mochis, Sinaloa in a 10 round bout. Tickets are officially on sale at or visiting the box office at OHP.

Yomar Alamo, 26, also nicknamed “The Pride of Aguas Buenas” makes his first title defense of 2021 after capturing his WBO Latino belt this past March, displaying a dominating 10 round performance against the tough veteran Jesus Beltran. Alamo, a former WBO/NABO Champion and current #9 ranked contender is looking for a break-out fight by the end of 2021.

“We never look past our opponent at this level, as all opponents are tough and come to win” notes Yomar Alamo “It feels good to be back in my second home of Kissimmee, FL, as I continue my quest for a title opportunity” Alamo closed “After this fight we are ready to face the top of my division”

Adrian Yung is riding a 2-fight win streak leading into his title match with Alamo. Yung, is representing the boxing hotbed of Los Mochis, were many great champions have emerged including the likes of Jorge Arce, Fernando Montiel, Ray Beltran, amongst others. “Chinito” is gunning to pick up his first regional belt and spoil Alamo’s plans in his Telemundo debut.

“When there is a clash between Puerto Rico and Mexico, the fighters get this sense of added pride knowing they are putting more than just a belt or their record on the line” states President of All Star Boxing Felix “Tutico” Zabala “Friday Aug.13th will add to the storied rivalry as it will be an electric night in Kissimmee” closed Zabala

“The Magic” Alamo vs “Chinito” Yung airs live at 12AM/EST

Miami,FL; Boxeo Telemundo kicks off on March 5th 2021 live with audience from Osceola Heritage Park events center in Kissimmee, FL. Headlining the bill is undefeated WBO/NABO Jr Welterweight champion Yomar “The Magic” Alamo (18-0-1 12 KO’s) of Aguas Buenas, Puerto Rico who faces Mexican challenger Jesus “Barreterito Beltran (17-3-2 10 KO’s) of Los Mochis, Sinaloa in a 10 round main event attraction.

After 8 studio setting shows at the same venue to close out 2020, Promoter Felix “Tutico” Zabala has announced they will now open their doors to a 50% capacity with all safety measurements in place including temperature check, social distancing and required mask at all times.

The pride of Aguas Buenas Yomar Alamo returns to action after one year of inactivity due to covid-19. In his last fight, Alamo outgunned then undefeated Kendo “Tremendo” Castaneda in a battle of undefeated on Telemundo.

“I am excited to be back in the ring in what feels like my 2nd home and with my people cheering me on again” stated NABO Champion Yomar Alamo “2021 will be my year, after this fight i am ready for the bigger challenges.”

Jesus Beltran will now be dropping in weight were he will campaign at super lightweight. Beltran has his own championship pedigree as he comes from a fighting family, his brother Miguel Beltran is a fighter and his cousin Raymond Beltran is a former WBO world champion.

“In my last fight on Telemundo I gave up too much weight, which cost me the fight” stated Jesus Beltran ” I have been training hard since the new year, now I’m back to my original weigh class were I feel strong. The only goal i have in mind is to bring the title back to Mexico!”

All Star Boxing will follow up with 2 back to back shows all in the state of Florida March 12 and March 19th details to be announced shortly.

“The Magic” Alamo Vs. “Barreterito” Beltran will air live on Telemundo at 12AM/EST

Miami Fla: America’s #1 boxing program on Hispanic television returns to resume their well-known series. All Star Boxing’ Inc the exclusive content provider for Boxeo Telemundo announced today that the series will begin on Friday, August 14th, and continue to the following Fridays on the 21st, 28th, and Sept 4th.

All Star Boxing’s CEO, Tuto Zabala, Jr announced today that all shows will be held at the Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee, Florida under a studio setting. The shows will be for broadcast only and no public will be in attendance for precautionary reasons.

The Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee, Florida has been the home of All Star Boxing, Inc for over 20 years. In the past several months All Star has been working with local government officials along with the local tourism council, Experience Kissimmee, to be able to launch the new Boxeo Telemundo LIVE concept.

In action during the series, we expect to see, WBO Jr. Welterweight NABO Champion, Yomar “The Magic” Alamo, WBO Jr. Flyweight Champion, Jonathan “Bomba” Gonzalez, Ranked #7 WBA, #13 WBO, Internationally recognized Top Prospect from Colombia Flyweight Jose Soto, Mexico’s prospect Antonio “Tony” Moran and many more Boxeo Telemundo’s favorite

💥TONIGHT December 28th – Vacant WBO NABO Jr. Featherweight Championship: Angelo Leo Vs. César Juarez @ State Farm Arena, Atlanta, Georgia.

💥Five WBO Bouts on December 31st @ Ota-City General Gymnasium, Tokyo, Japan:

Main Event – WBO Jr. Bantamweight World Champion Kazuto Ioka Vs. Jeyvier Cintron

Co-Main Event – WBO Flyweight World Champion Kosei Tanaka Vs. Wulan Tuolehazi

WBO Jr. Bantamweight Female World Champion Miyo Yoshida Vs. Li Ping Shi

Vacant WBO Asia Pacific Jr. Featherweight Championship: Yusaku Kuga vs. Jhunriel Ramonal

WBO Mini-Flyweight Asia Pacific Champion Ginjiro Shigeoka Vs. Rey Loreto

💥January 10, 2020 – For vacant WBO Jr. Middleweight Female Championship Claressa Shields Vs. Ivana Habazin @ Ocean Resort Casino, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA.

💥January 11, 2020 – Vacant NABO Light Heavyweight Championship title Jesse Hart vs. Joe Smith, Jr. @ Mark G Etess Arena, Atlantic City, NJ.

💥January 18, 2020 – Vacant WBO Intercontinental Light Heavyweight Eleider Alvarez vs. Michael Seals @ Turning Stone Resort Casino, Verona, NY

Also, WBO Asia Pacific Jr. Middleweight Champion Takeshi Inoue Vs. Cheng Su @ Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan.

💥January 30, 2020 – WBO Middleweight World Champion Demetrius Andrade Vs. Luke Keeler @ Meridian at Island Gardens, Miami, Florida.

💥February 1, 2020 – Unified WBO Jr. Welterweight Champion José Ramirez Vs. Viktor Postol @ Mission Hills Haikou, Haikou, China.

💥February 20, 2020 – WBO NABO Jr. Welterweight Champion Yomar Alamo Vs. Kendo Castaneda @ Osceola Heritage Park, Kissimmee, Florida.

💥February 20, 2020 – Vacant WBO European Featherweight Championship David Oliver Joyce Vs. Lee Haskins @ Ulster Hall, Belfast.

More to come…

Alamo-Moran: WBO Tournament of Champions

Unbeaten WBO #8 Jr welterweight contender Yomar “The Magic” Alamo(17-0 12 KO’s) of Aguas Buenas faces Mexican City’s Antonio “Toño” Moran Escobar(24-4 17 KO’s) 10 Rounds for the WBO/NABO title. The bout will take place on Friday, October 4 at the Osceola Heritage Park Events Center in Kissimmee, Florida. TV: Boxeo Telemundo

This championship fight will kick off a series of events billed “Tournament Of Champions” were the WBO is offering a platform with special guest to their champions ahead of the convention that will take place December 2-6 in Tokyo Japan.

“It is an honor for me to be the headliner in this great WBO event” continued Alamo “Friday night will be a big day for Puerto Rico to celebrate both Amanda Serrano and my 2nd title defense.” Yomar Alamo NABO Champion

This is a special night for the people of Puerto Rico, as Kissimmee is a second home to many outside the Island,” Zabala continued “We look forward to another great night of boxing with a main event that promises fireworks.” Felix “Tutico” Zabala President Of All Star Boxing, Inc

7 more bouts scheduled, doors open at 7pm, first fight 8pm. Tickets still available on or visiting the box office at Osceola Heritage Park.

WBO Kids Drug Free program continues to help the children

Florida – In a festive atmosphere, the World Boxing Organization (WBO), through its successful WBO Kids Drug Free program, delivered, school supplies, boxing clinics, and sporting goods to the children of the city of Kissimmee, as part of the event named ‘Back to School: Dibujando Sonrisas’.

The event took place at Star Motel, and was led by future boxing Hall of Fame, and former WBO two-division world champion Ivan Calderon, current WBO NABO Jr. Welterweight Champion and ranked #10 in the world Yomar “The Magic” Álamo, and Ruben De Jesus, of All Star Boxing, Inc.

WBO Kids Drug Free is an international program aimed at children and young people in order to carry a message of drug prevention and motivate them to continue studying, using sports as a tool to stay on the right path, as well that support causes directed to those in need in order to ensure a better quality of life.

Video by Victor M. Planas / WBO

#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.

Miami, Fla: The 30th anniversary summer series finale of Boxeo Telemundo Ford is slated to take place this Friday, August 2nd with a championship doubleheader. WBO/NABO title holder Yomar “The Magic” Alamo (16-0 12 KO’s) of Aguas Buenas, Puerto Rico will defend his belt 10 rounds against challenger Salvador “Bufon” Briceno (16-4 10 KO’s) of Guadalajara Jalisco, Mexico.

The bout will take place at Osceola Heritage Park Events Center in Kissimmee, Florida.

The other championship bout of the night features WBO #3, Latino champion Jeyvier Cintron (10-0 5 KO’s) of Bayamon, Puerto Rico facing WBO #2 rated Koki Eto (24-4-1 19 KO’s) of Japan in a 10 round WBO Elimination bout for the vacant WBO International Jr. Bantamweight Championship title.

The winner will be the mandatory challenger to newly crowned WBO super flyweight champion Kazuto Ioka. Cintron-Eto II is a rematch bout of their May 25th fight in the same venue that ended in a no decision due to an accidental headbutt that ended the fight. The ruling of the contest was a no decision.

WBO #10 Yomar Alamo will be making his first defense of his title he won in a 10 round shutout over spoiler Manuel Mendez in his Telemundo debut this past spring.

“Im happy to be returning to my second home of Kissimmee, where the fans showed great support in my last outing”- Yomar Alamo NABO Champion

The challenger Salvador Briceño, is coming up in weight to face the champion, in his last fight he gave Top Rank prospect Gabriel Flores Jr his toughest fight till date in a 8 round co feature on ESPN this past June.

Cintron-Eto II is a bout bought to you by All Star Boxing, Inc in association with Top Rank, Teiken Promotions, Puerto Rico Best Boxing and Spartan Boxing.

Full undercard will be announced shortly. Tickets still available on Ticketmaster or by visiting

“The Magic” Alamo vs “Bufon” Briceno airs this Friday July 26th 11:35EST/10:35 CT Check local listings on Telemundo.

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Photo Mikey Williams

WBO Kids Drug Free Program Continues To Impact Puerto Rican Children:

In a festive atmosphere, the World Boxing Organization (WBO), through its successful WBO Kids Drug Free program, delivered, school supplies, and sporting goods to the children of the Pediatric Diabetes Foundation, and Ventura Natura Camp at the San Antonio de Abad school, located in the city of Humacao, Puerto Rico.

The event was led by WBO President Francisco ‘Paco’ Valcárcel, Esq., alongside with WBO 2-division world champion Iván Calderon, WBO NABO Jr. Welterweight Champion Yomar Alamo, and WBO Latino Jr. Bantamweight Champion Jeyvier Cintrón. They Interacted with the kids and gave them words of encouragement.

WBO Kids Drug Free is an international program aimed at children and young people in order to carry a message of drug prevention and motivate them to continue studying, using sports as a tool to stay on the right path, as well that support causes directed to those in need in order to ensure a better quality of life.

Video by Victor M. Planas / WBO

WBO NABO jr. welterweight champion Yomar “The Magic” Alamo of Aguas Buenas, Puerto Rico has been added to the last installment of the Boxeo Telemundo summer series on Friday, August 2nd from the Osceola Heritage Park Event Center in Kissimmee, Florida. Alamo will defend against up-and-coming prospect Miguel Angel “Conejo” Martinez (14-2-1, 9 KOs) of Jalisco, Mexico. Martinez who recently signed a promotional agreement with All Star Boxing is no stranger to the Telemundo series, he has fought several times in Mexico City on the Telemundo network, He is now looking to showcase his talent in the US for the first time in his career and to continue pursuing a world title.

On the other hand, Alamo is coming off an impressive showing when he made his Telemundo debut on Feb 22ndwhen he decisively shutout, battle-tested boxer, Manuel Mendez (16-4-3, 11 KOs) for the vacant WBO NABO Jr. Welterweight title.

“I’m looking forward to fighting in the US, I believe that I can beat Alamo, I’ve seen video of him and he is one dimensional. I will take the WBO NABO title back to Mexico with me come August 2nd” said Miguel Angel “Conejo” Martinez.

“Telemundo is my home as well as Kissimmee, Fla. I will not fail my loyal Puertorican fans of Aguas Buenas and Kissimmee. I know that Martinez is hungry and is coming to take my title, I will make sure my title comes back to Puerto Rico with me” said WBO NABO Champion Yomar Alamo.

We are happy to return the Boxeo Telemundo series back to Kissimmee, Fl our home for many years” he added “More exciting news on the undercard will be announced shortly”
Felix “Tuto” Zabala CEO & President of All Star Boxing, Inc

Boxeo Telemundo summer series will commence on July 12th at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida and move to the Blackberry Auditorium in Mexico City on July 19thand July 26th, culminating on August 2ndfrom Kissimmee, Florida.

Alamo vs Martinez will be televised on the Telemundo Network at 11:35 pm. Check your local listings. Tickets on are on or the Osceola Heritage Park Box Office.

In a word, Yomar Alamo looked like “Magic” in his Telemundo debut.

The unbeaten 23-year old super lightweight outslugged a determined Manuel “La Tormenta” Mendez over 10 rounds Friday evening at Osceola Heritage Center in Kissimmee, Florida. Scores of 99-91 (twice) and 100-90—however accurate they were—didn’t tell the full tell of an entertaining headlining act in the 2019 spring season debut of Boxeo Telemundo.

Alamo established a brisk pace from the opening bell, never giving California’s Mendez a chance to settle into a rhythm. Constant punches in bunches had the 28-year old on the defensive for much of the night, but never straying far from the center of the ring.#

A flash of power shots had Mendez in trouble midway through round two, perhaps the closest point in the contest where either combatant threatened to score a knockdown. The moment quickly passed, but momentum remaining squarely with Alamo.

Mendez did his best to turn the tide in a spirited round four, catching the Caguas, Puerto Rico native off-guard with power shots upstairs. Alamo took the shots well, rebounding in the middle rounds to put additional separation between the two on the scorecards.

Another surge from Mendez came in round seven, although Alamo (16-0, 12KOs) was better prepared. The sequence made for fun two-way exchanged, as would be the case down the stretch except with Alamo enjoying the upper hand for the balance of the fight.

Mendez (16-5-3, 11KOs) returns to the West Coast with his third straight loss, and now just 1-4-1 in his last six starts. Friday’s bout marked his first east of Texas, having primarily fought in California.

Alamo picks up his second straight win in Florida and third straight outside of his native Puerto Rico. The rising super lightweight debuted in the Sunshine State last July, scoring a 4th round knockout of Wilfredo Buelvas in a different part of Kissimmee.

Also on the show, 2016 U.S. Olympian and current bantamweight prospect Antonio Vargas ran his pro record to a perfect 10-0 (4KOs). The local favorite—fighting in his Kissimmee hometown for the sixth time in his young career—made quick work of Lucas Rafael Baez (34-18-5, 18KOs), getting rid of the 33-year old Argentine journeyman in two rounds.

The win was Vargas’ 1st inside the distance since a 2nd round stoppage of Miguel Rebullosa in Oct. ’17.–136506