Joining Mayweather are fellow fight fathers Yoel Judah (Zab, Daniel and Josiah) and Ruben Guerrero (Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero). While the fireworks between Mayweather Sr. and Guerrero often compete with the action inside the ring, local fans truly hit the jackpot with the stellar card they will witness that night.
Florida Boxing Hall of Fame trainer, and current Tiburon Promotions head, Al Bonanni scored “The Final Knockouts” card after battling it out with three other promotional teams.
Mayweather Sr., Guerrero, and Judah will each be in the corner of the finalists of this series.
Floyd Sr.’s pupil “Prince” Said Ouali (29-4, 21 KO) will be taking on former world champion Joan “Little Tyson” Guzman (33-1-1, 20 KO) of the Dominican Republic in a 10 round welterweight bout.
Judah will be walking to the ring alongside Dennis “Momma’s Boy” Douglin (16-3, 10 KO) for his junior middleweight battle against veteran Charles “Killa” Whittaker (40-15-2, 24 KO).
Guerrero’s fighter, Mexican-American Juan Garcia (19-3, 7 KO), will be in the toughest battle of his career against former world title challenger Zahir “Z-Man” Raheem (35-3, 21 KO) for Raheem’s NABO junior welterweight belt.
Mayweather Sr. will also be giving instructions to another fighter on the card, his son Justin Jones Mayweather.
In the non-televised undercard, former Golden Gloves champion and Haitian Olympian Azea “The Haitian Hitman” Augustama (16-1, 9 KOs) delights his hometown fans once more for an eight round bout.
Cuban super bantamweight prospect Hairon “El Maja” Socarras (11-0-1, 8 KOs) keeps up his frenetic pace with his third fight of the year in a six-round affair.
Rounding out the undercard is undefeated Egyptian light heavyweight Ahmed Elbiali (4-0, 4 KOs) seeking out his next knockout victim during a scheduled six-rounder.
Tickets are priced at $15, $30, $50 and $75 for VIP available at the Casino Miami Jai Alai box office or by calling 305-633-6400 and online at www.ticketweb.com.