Half tempted to call this the Xander Zayas show as he's in the co main taking on Elias Espada 22-4 and it's becoming apparent Zayas is one of the most promising prospects out there. Set for 8 rounds and think he's more than ready for a set 10 at this point but more about time restraints.
Teo in the main event attempting to get himself and career back on track after having it all cave in last year. This time moving to 140 fighting one Pedro Campa who comes in with a shiny 34-1-1 record at jr welter and down in Mexico. Don't recall seeing him but let's hope his numbers are more than just fluff. Early prelims on espn+ and main on regular espn.