Saturday May 25 will see World Boxing Federation (WBF) championship fights taking place in Assen in The Netherlands and Tijuana, Mexico. Both bouts will feature undefeated prospects in intriguing match-ups.
In Assen, undefeated Dutch prospect Ben Tingen, 9-0-1 (7), takes on Ervin Dzinic, 7-2 (2), from Bosnia & Herzegovina for the vacant WBF Intercontinental Cruiserweight title.
A pro since 2015, Tingen captured the Dutch national title in his most recent fight, while Dzinic, having entered the paid ranks in 2016, takes part in his first championship encounter.
The fight will headline a show promoted by Patrick Driessen.
US American Donald Brown, 6-0 (5), fights in Tijuana for the fifth straight time, squaring off with local man Juan Carlos Armenta, 4-1-1 (4), with the vacant WBF International Super Featherweight title on the line.
Brown (26) has been on a fast-track since turning professional less than eight months ago in California, and will be moving down from Lightweight to face Armenta (20), who has been at Super Feather his entire career.
Brown vs. Armenta will be promoted by Rodney Cruz Hunt.