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ShoBox and Friday Night Fights (June 27, 2014): Live streaming results and round-by-round coverage

Errol Spence Jr faces Ronald Cruz and Dominic Wade takes on Nick Brinson on ShoBox, while Ivan Redkach is back in action tonight on Friday Night Fights.

Scott Christ is the managing editor of Bad Left Hook and has been covering boxing for SB Nation since 2006.

Tonight starting at 9:00 pm EDT, ESPN Friday Night Fights is back with a doubleheader, and then at 9:25 pm EDT, ShoBox: The New Generation goes live on Showtime with a doubleheader of its own, meaning you've got options on this beautiful Friday here on the great planet Earth.

Friday Night Fights:

  • Ivan Redkach vs Sergey Gulyakevich (Junior Welterweights, 10 Rounds): Redkach (16-0, 13 KO) is a really exciting prospect originally from Ukraine, and now living in Los Angeles. He scored a 10-round decision win in January over Tony Luis in his last fight. Gulyakevich (41-2, 17 KO) is a 33-year-old veteran from Belarus who mainly fights six and eight-round bouts. He's won 15 straight low-level fights since a 2009 loss at super featherweight to Humberto Gutierrez.
  • Ryan Kielczewski vs Ramsey Luna (Super Featherweights, 8 Rounds): If you think you remember Ramsey Luna's name, it's because you saw him in an action-packed swing fight in his pro debut in May 2010, beating another Luna making his pro debut, Rene Luna. Ramsey (12-1, 5 KO) is now back on FNF against "The Polish Prince" (19-0, 4 KO), a 24-year-old prospect out of Quincy, Mass.


  • Errol Spence Jr vs Ronald Cruz (Welterweights, 10 Rounds): Cruz (20-3, 15 KO) is fairly well-known among Die Hard Boxing Heads of the U.S. Scene, as he's been on TV a few times, with wins over Prenice Brewer and Allen Conyers, and losses to Kermit Cintron, Antwone Smith, and Ray Narh. He's a nice step up for 2012 Olympian Spence (12-0, 10 KO), who has been impressive thus far as a pro.
  • Dominic Wade vs Nick Brinson (Super Middleweights, 10 Rounds): This is probably the night's most evenly-matched fight on paper, as Wade (15-0, 11 KO) meets Brinson (16-1-2, 6 KO). Brinson scored a win over recent HBO PPV undercard fighter Jorge Melendez last June. Wade has two straight wins over solid gatekeepers in Dashon Johnson and Marcus Upshaw.

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