Hollywood Fight Nights Start time, where to watch, fight information

by Christina S. Brown
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Following another sold-out, star-studded event, Tom Loeffler’s 360 Promotions has announced the upcoming Hollywood Fight Nights boxing card, which will take place on Thursday, November 3.

Advance tickets are now available for purchase online at 360 Promotions.us for $200 (First Row), $150 (Second Row), $100 (Premium Reserved Seating), and $80 (Reserved Seating).

How to Watch Live Hollywood Fight Nights:

The event Hollywood Fight Nights will start at 9 PM ET on 3 November at Quiet Cannon Country Club,  Hollywood, California.

The event will be streamed live from the Quiet Cannon / Montebello Country Club on UFC Fight Pass around the world. In an eight-round junior middleweight bout, fast-rising Irish star ‘King’ Callum Walsh will make his comeback.

Hollywood Fight Nights Fight Card:

  •  Callum Walsh  def  Benjamin Whitaker Unanimous Dec
  •  Cem Kilic  def  Marco Delgado Unanimous Dec
  •  Chelsey Anderson  def  A. Satybaldinova Dec
  •  O. Trinidad  def  Javier Padilla KO/TKO, 1:42 R4
  •  Eric Priest  def  Cory Conner KO/TKO, 2:46 R1
  •  Jesse Gonzalez  def  Eduardo Diaz Split Dec
  •  Jordan Panthen  def  A. Perez KO/TKO, 1:16 R1
  •  Jose Rodriguez  def  Armando Vasquez KO/TKO, 0:54 R1

Hollywood Fight Nights Preview:

The Quiet Cannon / Montebello Country Club is located at 901 via San Clemente in Montebello, California. The doors will open at 5:00 p.m. on the night of the event.

UFC President Dana White, actor/TV host Mario Lopez, Academy Award Winning Actress Halle Berry, and Grammy Award Winner Van Hunt were among those in attendance at the latest Hollywood Fight Nights event on Thursday, August 4.

Tony Ferguson and Kevin Holland of the UFC, UFC veteran referee Mike Beltran, award-winning photographer and music video director Estevan Oriol, Women’s Boxing World Champion Seniesa ‘Superbad’ Estrada, Mother of Amateur Star, Manny Pacquiao Jr. Jinkee Pacquiao, and Dallas Mavericks assistant coach Sean Sweeney are among those in attendance.

“Since we established the Hollywood Fight Nights series, the events have definitely become a must-attend for boxing fans in Southern California,” said Tom Loeffler. Fans began approaching me about obtaining tickets to our most recent event three weeks ago. There’s little doubt that this one will sell out as well, and I strongly advise people to purchase their tickets as soon as possible.”

‘King’ Callum Walsh (4-0, 3 KOs) of Cork, Ireland, won his fourth professional fight on August 4 against veteran Benjamin Whitaker (15-9, 3 KOs) in the main event of 360 Promotions’ Hollywood Fight Nights, which was televised live internationally on UFC FIGHT PASS.

Walsh downed Whittaker in the first round of their six-round fight in front of a sold-out crowd of adoring fans and showcased his complete arsenal of world-class talents, dominating every round with scoring of 60-53 on all three cards.

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