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Hector Camacho Jr. (42-2-1, 23 KO's) Featured In Main Event At Fight Night At The Tank

by Staff Writer / San Jose Sharks
Professional Boxing Action Returns to HP Pavilion at San Jose on Thursday, September 14 at 7:30 p.m.
Professional boxing action returns to HP Pavilion at San Jose with Fight Night at the Tank on Thursday, September 14 at 7:30 p.m.  Headlining a stellar line-up of fighters on the September card is Hector Camacho Jr. (42-2-1, 23 KO’s) who made his Fight Night at the Tank debut in March.  The September 14, 2006 edition of Fight Night at the Tank promises the same hard-hitting action that has made Fight Night at the Tank the premier professional boxing series in the Bay Area.  HP Pavilion doors will open at 6:30 p.m. 
Other fighters scheduled for the card are NABF Women’s Super Bantamweight Champion Kelsey Jeffries (34-9-1, 2 KO’s) of Gilroy, CA who will be fighting in a 6-Round Women’s Super Bantamweight bout, Jose “Chuy” Rodriguez (10-2, 5 KO’s) of Salinas, CA who will be fighting in a 6-Round Jr. Welterweight bout, 2002 National Golden Gloves Champion Malcolm Tann (19-2, 11 KO’s) of Seaboard, NC who will be fighting in 6-Round Heavyweight bout  and Teke Oruh (11-0-1, 5 KO’s) of Las Vegas, NV.  Opponents for each of these featured fighters will be announced shortly.  All fights are subject to change.
Individual tickets to Fight Night at the Tank are on sale now at the HP Pavilion Ticket Office, Ticketmaster Ticket Centers located in Wherehouse Music stores, Tower Records and Ritmo Latino locations throughout the Bay Area, online at, or charge by phone at (408) 998-TIXS, (415) 421-TIXS or (510) 625-TIXS. For information about group discounts call (408) 999-5841.
Hector Camacho Jr., nicknamed “Macho,” brings a record of 42-2-1 with 23 career KO’s into his second bout at Fight Night at the Tank this season.  On March 23, Camacho Jr. won an eight round unanimous decision over Virgil McClendon (22-9, 8 KO’s) in front of a raucous HP Pavilion crowd.   He will showcase his skills in a 10-Round Junior Middleweight bout.  The son of the three-time world champion Hector Camacho, Camacho Jr. now resides in Orlando, FL and is currently ranked 50th in the world in his class.  After turning pro in the mid 1990’s, the Puerto Rican native didn’t lose his first fight until 2002. 
SEPTEMBER 14, 2006
(10 Rd Jr Middleweight Bout)
HECTOR CAMACHO JR.                                      VS.                              TBA
Orlando, FL
(41-2-1, 23KOs)
(6 Rd Super Bantamweight Bout)
KELSEY JEFFRIES                                      VS.                                        TBA
Gilroy, CA
(34-9-1, 2KOs)
(6 Rd Jr Welterweight Bout)
JESUS RODRIGUEZ                                               VS.                           TBA
Salinas, CA
(10-2, 5KOs)
(6 Rd Heavyweight Bout)
MALCOLM TANN                                                  VS.                         TBA
Seaboard, NC
(19-2, 11KOs)
2002 National Golden Gloves Champion
(6 Rd Heavyweight Bout)
TEKE ORUH                                                 VS.                                TBA
Las Vegas, NV
(11-0-1, 5KOs)
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