The following schedule has been confirmed as final by Cory Rapacz, who takes well-deserved pride in being a newsmaker (not a news writer). According to Rapacz, all contracts have been drafted and sent out for signatures.
What to watch for: Anthony Bonsante tries to bounce back from an embarrassing outcome against Adonis Stevenson on August 1, Matt Vanda stays busy (and tries not to get hurt) in the runup to his November 1 rematch with Julio Cesar Chavez Jr, Raphael Butler tries to generate some momentum after the first back-to-back losses of his career, promising super flyweight Antwan Robertson gets in the ring with the larger Brandon Quintanna for a second time, Terrence Trottier Jr and Daniel Schlienz match up nicely in a lightweight match, Harley Kilfian looks for a win against venerable cruiserweight Ron Krull after a surprising loss last time out, and promising new pro Ceresso Fort of St Paul looks to add another win to his unblemished record against Mike Krull, who has yet to win a professional boxing match.
Tony “The Bullet” Bonsante (31-10 with 18 knockouts) -vs- Carl “The Squirrel” Daniels (50-14 with 32 knockouts), middleweights, 10 rounds
Matt “The Predator” Vanda (38-7 with 21 kayos) -vs- Dezi Ford (24-23 with 9 kayos), light middleweights, 8 rounds
Raphael Butler (31-6 with 24 kayos) -vs- Lyle McDowell (27-10 with 18 kayos), heavyweights, 6 rounds
Antwan Robertson (4-0 with 3 kayos) -vs- Brandon Quintanna (2-2 with 2 kayos), super bantamweights, 4 rounds (noted on boxrec as an exhibition)
Terrance Trottier Jr (1-3 with 1 kayo) -vs- Daniel Schlienz (6-13 with 3 kayos), lightweights, 4 rounds
Harley Kilfian (5-2 with 4 kayos) -vs- Ron Krull (4-33 with 6 kayos), cruiserweights, 4 rounds
Ceresso Fort (2-0 with 2 kayos) -vs- Mike Krull (0-6), light heavyweights, 4 rounds