Boise, ID (1/31/17)— Two Idaho fighters will make their professional debuts on February 24th when William Dunkle faces David Rangel in a Welterweight bout at Front Street Fights 11, presented by Bodybuilding.com, at CenturyLink Arena.
Dunkle, 35, turns pro after going 1-2-0 in his amateur fight career. The Idaho native won his first amateur bout in December of 2012, a TKO victory over Ross Proulx at “Combat Development League: Year End Beatdown”. Dunkle’s first pro fight will be his first decision since July 2013, a defeat at “XFS 62: Anarchy”.
Rangel , 25, also earned his last decision at “XFS 62: Anarchy”, where he defeated Calvin Kerns by unanimous decision. Rangel is 4-2-0 in his amateur career, winning his last three fights and his last two by unanimous decision.
Dunkle and Rangel both prepare for their first fights at CenturyLink Arena. They join a pro fight card that already features the Flyweight Title fight between Casey “Wild Style” Johnson and Czar “The Gun Fighter” Sklavos. Josh “The White Mamba” Wick will square off with Thiago Alves, while Paul “Ferocious” Crawford meets Jacob Hauck in his first pro bout.
Doors for Front Street Fights 11 will open at 6pm, with the first fight scheduled for 7pm.
Tickets are on sale now at the CenturyLink Arena Box Office. 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.