Boise, ID (10/25/17)— Two amateur bouts have been announced for Front Street Fights 14: Serrao vs. Jones, presented by Bodybuilding.com, with 18 year-old Noah Shultz prepared to step back into the CenturyLink Arena cage on November 10th.
Shultz will make his second amateur appearance, facing Edgar Sorto in a Flyweight fight. Rodolfo Coronado and Kyle Aslami will also face off in a Flyweight bout on the amateur card.
Shultz, a 5-foot-10 fighter out of Idaho, won his amateur debut with a first-round submission victory over Justin McCormick at FSF12, a rear-naked choke just 1:21 into the fight. Sorto, 26, carries a perfect 2-0-0 record into the fight. The Utah fighter earned a first-round submission win at SteelFist Fight Night LIII against McKay Diamond in October.
Coronado, 24, is an Idaho fighter in search of his first amateur victory after being defeated at FSF13 in a first-round submission at the hands of Sammy Olvera. Aslami, is another Idaho teenager on the card at 19 years old, making his amateur debut.
The Featherweight Title will be on the line at Front Street Fights 14, with Matt “The Stripling Warrior” Jones facing Fabio “Jungle Boy” Serrao in the Main Event. CenturyLink Arena door will open at 6pm, and the fights will be broadcasted on Cable One and on the Front Street Fights Facebook page.
Tickets are now on sale at the CenturyLink Arena Box Office, available for as low as $20. To book a luxury suite for your party, contact Darren Caskey at (208) 424-2200 ext. 2310. For information, call 383-0080 or visit centurylinkarenaboise.com.