By Lee Bates
On October 2, middleweight Tyron Brunson (19-0-1, 19 KOs) is set to make his return to the ring for the first time in since August of 2008. Brunson, recently signed by Gary Shaw Productions, is best known in boxing circles for breaking world champion Edwin Valero’s record for consecutive first-round knockouts to begin a career. Brunson will take on 41-fight veteran Marcos Primera of Valenzuela at the First Council Casino, in Newkirk, Oklahoma. The bout is scheduled for eight rounds at a contracted weight of 156 pounds. Primera has fought the Who’s Who of boxing including former world champions Jermain Taylor, Louis Collazo and Joachim Alcine, who he actually scored a knockdown against. The heavy handed Primera has scored KO upsets of Curtis Stevens and Carlos De Leon Jr., both of whom were unbeaten at the time.