NEW YORK – Split-T Management fighters will be on display on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Friday night in Bethlehem, PA, undefeated junior welterweight Shamara Woods will make her Split-T debut when she takes on Michaele Nogue at The Wind Creek Event Center.
Woods, who is 2-0 is 27 years-old of Allentown, PA, and began boxing at the age of 14. She embarked on an amateur career that saw her compete in 37 fights and won the WBA International Amateur Title and three Undisputed Promotions Titles.
Dubbed ‘Pure Perfection”, Shamara also has a background in Muay Thai and Kickboxing.
Woods, who is a single mother of a seven year-old boy, turned professional on April 1st with a unanimous decision over Sarah Click in Orlando, Florida. Woods followed that up with a unanimous decision over former world title challenger Samone Da Silva on May 12th in Orlando.
Nogue of Egg Harbor, New Jersey is 2-4 and is coming off a defeat to Carla Torres on October 5th in Washington, D.C.
Woods weighed 140.2 lbs at Thursday’s weigh-in, while Nogue was 139.8 lbs.
The bout can be seen live on BXNGTV.com at 6:45 PM ET.
On Saturday in Pembroke Pines, Florida, undefeated junior welterweight Tiger Johnson continues his climb up the prospect ladder when he takes on Jimerr Espinosa in an eight-round bout.
The former United States Olympian, Johnson is now 10-0 with five knockouts. The 25 year-old has wins over Xaver Madrid (3-0), Esteban Garcia (15-1), Mike Ohan Jr. (16-1), Jonathan Montrel (15-1) and an eight-round decision over Ricardo Quiroz (13-2) on September 15th in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Espinosa of Mexico City is 15-1 with 14 knockouts. The 25 year-old has wins over Luis Salas (8-2) and a first round stoppage over Emiliano Cruz on May 27th in Mexico.
The Johnson – Espinosa fight can be seen on ESPN+ at 5:40 PM ET.
Johnson is promoted by Top Rank.
Sunday in Toronto, former world title challenger, Jessica Camara takes on Farina Roemling in a six-round bout.
The Montreal native, Camara is 11-4 with two knockouts. The 35 year-old Camara has wins over Dalia Velazquez (5-1) and former world champion Heather Hardy (22-1). Camara is coming off a six-round unanimous decision over Joanna Chavarria Lopez on July 22 in New Brunswick, Canada.
Roemling of Cologne, Germany is 5-1 with one knockout. The 30 year-old is coming off a 10-round unanimous decision over Angelika Oles on November 18th in Germany.
Both Woods and Camara are managed by Brian Cohen.