Gloves up! It’s time for Fight Night XII

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Stock image/ Chevy Ward lands a punch on his opponent at Wallace Fight Night XI.

WALLACE — It’s the five year anniversary for Wallace Fight Night, and they will be doing it right this weekend as they host their 15th boxing event in the Silver Valley.

After the huge success of their last event, this weekend’s Fight Night XII — the 12th of the 15 events to be held in Wallace — will once again be in the ballroom of the Wallace Elks, beginning at 4 p.m. Saturday.

“The Elks have been great to us and that building is rad,” Silver Valley Boxing coach Rick Welliver said. “The setting is just more intimate and it has that old school feel to it. It feels like going to a boxing event from back the 1970s or 80s.”

Teams from all across the Pacific Northwest and Canada will make Wallace their mecca this weekend, which has quite a few fun things going on prior to the event itself.

“Wallace has the pub crawl going on and we’ll be right at the tail end of that,” Welliver said. “Folks can come have a few beers, come watch the fights and have a few more.”

Local fighters Chevy Ward (3-0) and Tyler Wuerfel (2-1) will be making their second consecutive Fight Night appearances and will be looking to build on their impressive young careers. Meanwhile, newcomer Zach Lewis will be making his debut at the event.

“Our local guys love these events and love putting on a show for their hometown crowds,” Welliver said. “It should be a great show.”

Regional favorite and Wallace Fight Night veteran Coral Devereaux will be in the main event, battling Blas Magana in a 152-pound bout.

Tickets are available, for more information contact Rick Welliver.

Saturday’s fight card appears at right and is subject to change.

Red Blue

1. Isabella Haskell 9-10(F) Charlotte Combs

Iron House Boxing 65 lbs Polson Boxing

2. Jason Gerving 9-10 Nathan Duggan

Legacy Boxing 65 lbs Hamilton Boxing

3. Johnny Pechie 9-10 Leland Kolberg

Treasure Valley 70 lbs Hamilton Boxing

4. Thye Winfrey 9-10 Wyatte Meineke

Lilac City 70 lbs Blackfeet Nations

5. Chevy Ward 9-10 Cyril Plain Bull

Silver Valley 85 lbs Barrio Golden Gloves

6. Martin Vargas 11-12 Aaron Villagomez

Yakima War Eagles 65 lbs Dungeon Boxing

7. Angelo Bear 11-12 Francisco Ramirez

Blackfeet Nations 75 lbs Othello Thunder

8. Wesley Kolberg 11-12 Eric Villagomez

Hamilton Boxing 80 lbs Dungeon Boxing

9. Jonathon After Buffalo 10-11 Jaydon Fox

Blackfeet Nations 98 lbs Treasure Valley

10. Tyler Wuerful 10-12 Evan Bennett

Silver Valley 90 lbs Hamilton Boxing

Note: Bout is within compliance of 24 mo rule and good to go.

11. Jayce Herron 12-14 Chazyn Byrd

Iron House Boxing 85 lbs Blackfeet Nations

Note: Bout is within compliance of 24 mo rule and good to go.

12. Robert Bitsu 12-13 Alejandro Ramirez

Blackfeet Nations 90 lbs Othello Thunder

13. Donovan Vallance 12-13 Isaac Russell

Iron House Boxing 101 lbs Small Ring Kings

14. Zach Lewis 13-14 John Fox

Silver Valley 95 lbs Treasure Valley

15. Edwin Magana 13-14 Alex Mendrez

Lilac City 106 lbs Othello Thunder

16. Zandrea Krummel 13-14(F) Abbi Reck

Iron House Boxing 119 lbs Lewiston Boxing

17. Jance Eagle Feathers 14-15 Larry Nava

Blackfeet Nations 112 lbs Barrio Golden Gloves

18. Jorge Valazguez 14-15 Adolfo Gonzales

Spokane Boxing 125 lbs Dungeon Boxing

19 Dante Vallance 13-14 David Ponce

Iron House Boxing 141 lbs Hamilton Boxing

20 Talon Ulrich 15-16 Brendon Roat

Blackfeet Nations 135 lbs Montana Golden Gloves

21, Ivan Gonzales 15-16 Austin Doyle

Yakima PAL 140 lbs Montana Golden Gloves

22. Chase Russell 15-16 Miguel Torres

Lewiston Boxing 160 lbs Dungeon Boxing

23, Gian Marco Micceo 17-18 Keaton Souza

Florence Boxing 152 lbs Barrio Golden Gloves

24. Trent Gibson Sp Sr Mario Lopez

Spokane Boxing 141 lbs Quincy Boxing

25. Angelo Lopez Sp Sr Arthur Martinez

Dungeon Boxing 160 lbs Hamilton Boxing

Main Event

26. Coral Deveraux Op Sr Blas Magana

Spokane Boxing 152 lbs Quincy Boxing

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