Those of you in the market for all-action slugfests are in luck. Japanese slugger Yoshihiro Kamegai and rugged veteran Jesus Soto Karass will lock horns in LA on April 15th.
The fight won't shake up the welterweight division, but it looks really, really fun.
Kamegai (26-3-1, 23 KO) made himself known to fight fans with a brutal war of attrition against Robert Guerrero in June of 2014, ultimately losing a decision to "The Ghost." He's 2-1 since, wins over a pair of non-contenders sandwiching a decision loss to Alfonso Gomez.
Soto Karass (28-10-3, 18 KO) last entered the ring on the Lomachenko vs. Russell Jr. card that saw Guerrero beat Kamegai, acquitting himself well in a losing effort against Devon Alexander. He's since fought twice in Big Knockout Boxing, where he defeated Ed Paredes and lost to Adrian Granados.
If you want two guys to walk directly at each other and smash punches into each other's faces until one of them drops, you can't go wrong with these guys. Ought to be fun while it lasts.