If you missed our Rosemont Rumble held in Rosemont on Friday, June 23, 2017 at The Dome At The Ballpark, it was an epic night of action featuring our main event of the evening – the rematch between Mike Hollywood Jimenez vs. Aaron Pryor Jr. for the vacant WBC Continental Americas Super Middleweight Title.
Hitz Boxing invites you to relive all the action from our Feb. 10, 2017 event at The Belevdere where our sponsors Glen Lerner Attorneys, The MZI Group, Iowa Bison, Real Time Sports, WBMX and Q101 helped bring another night a amazing professional boxing to you
We are getting all the footage ready to add here in the coming days
Hitz Boxing presents Friday Night Fights at The Belvedere
It was a amazing evening, packed inside and out for the return of Tommy Zbikowksi to the ring.
The Notre Dame standout and former safety for the Baltimore Colts is now a fireman here in Chicago.
The evening was dedicated to fallen firefighter Daniel Capuano as part of the proceeds from the Hitz Boxing event would go to help the Capuano family.
Check out the ringside video as streamed live on our Facebook page during the event below.
Tommy Zbikowski Vs. Kevin Jackson Jr
The fight went the distance and Tommy Z remains undefeated with a win by unanimous decision.
De Shawn Debose vs Giovanni Cabrera Miletti
This was Giovanni’s debut fight in which he won by TKO
Nick Mazuerk Vs. Randy Easton
Nick Mazurek returned to the ring and won by TKO
Luis Guerro vs Javier Rivera
We started out the night with great action from these two fighters. Javier Rivera won the battle in a unanimous decision.
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Hitz Boxing has two major events planned for professional boxing fans this spring
With a sold out event already come and gone back in January at the Belvedere in Elk Grove, Hitz Boxing has a busy spring in store for professional boxing fans.
It's a special edition of Hitz Boxing for a good cause on Friday, April 22, at the Belvedere in Elk Grove. Join us as we welcome the return of Tommy Zbikowski to boxing with a portion of the proceeds from this event going to the benefit the family of fallen Chicago firefighter Daniel Capuano.Tickets now on sale at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2530916Come on out for a great cause and a great night of professional boxing from your friends here at Hitz Boxing.
Posted by Hitz Boxing Entertainment on Saturday, March 26, 2016
On Friday, April 22, it’s a special edition of Hitz Boxing for a good cause at the Belvedere in Elk Grove.
Join us as we welcome the return of Tommy Zbikowski to boxing with a portion of the proceeds from this event going to the benefit the family of fallen Chicago firefighter Daniel Capuano.
Join us for Fight Night @ The Horseshoe Casino in Hammond IN. on Saturday, May 14, 2016 for another great night of professional boxingOur main event of the evening features our very own Mike "Hollywood" Jimenez (19-1, 13 KOs) vs. Aaron Pryor, Jr. (19-9-1, 12 KO's) for the vacant WBC Continental Americas super middleweight title.Tickets on sale now at http://www.ticketmaster.com/Fight-Night-At-Horseshoe-tickets/artist/1343177?tm_link=edp_Artist_Name
Posted by Hitz Boxing Entertainment on Friday, March 25, 2016
Join us for Fight Night @ The Horseshoe Casino in Hammond IN. on Saturday, May 14, 2016 for another great night of professional boxing.
Our main event of the evening features our very own Mike “Hollywood” Jimenez (19-1, 13 KOs) vs. Aaron Pryor, Jr. (19-9-1, 12 KO’s) for the vacant WBC Continental Americas super middleweight title.
Go Go finale
Posted by Hitz Boxing Entertainment on Friday, January 29, 2016
In 1991, Bobby Hitz single-handedly revived boxing in his beloved city by hosting its first world championship fight in 25 years and by staging a badly needed bi-monthly boxing series at the Ramada Hotel in Rosemont, Illinois, for 12 years called “The Ramada Rumble”. Hitz Boxing’s first show featured future all-time great James Toney.
Hitz Boxing has promoted shows at venues such as the Hollywood Casino, the Allstate Arena, the UIC Pavillion, the Bismarck Hotel and the Lumiere Casino in St. Louis. Hitz Boxing has also co-promoted shows in venues all over the country while working with boxing notables such as Oscar De La Hoya, Cedric Kushner and Art Pellulo, to name a few.
Over the years, featured fighters have included such local and international stars as heavyweight champions Oleg Maskaev and Ruslan Chagaev, light heavyweight champions Antonio Tarver and Reggie Johnson, Detroit middleweight standouts Dwight Davidson and Anthony “Baby” Jones, Roy Jones conqueror Montell Griffin, heavyweight champion Greg Page, light heavyweight champion Dwight Muhammad Qawi, Julio Cesar Chaves conqueror Frankie Randall, exciting sluggers Teddy Reid and JC Candelo, Angel “El Diablo” Manfredy, Thomas Hearns conqueror Iran Barkley, future lightweight king David Diaz, “The Foul Pole” Andrew Golota, longtime heavyweight contender and world title challenger “Fast” Fres Oquendo, future cruiserweight king O’Neil Bell and many others.
The Hitz Boxing business model is simply to promote and produce consistently superior events for our expanding fan base. Hitz Boxing likes to feature many local fighters and help get them to where they want to be in boxing. Hitz Boxing goes into the community and builds relationships with sponsors, fans, fighters and venue staff. When you bring in Hitz Boxing, you want to build a program that is successful for everyone involved. Our fans remain loyal to Hitz Boxing because they know quality and integrity are built into the fabric of everything we do.
Hitz Boxing began it’s latest successful venture, “Fight Night at The Horseshoe Casino” in Hammond, Indiana in 2009.
CHICAGO — November 5, 2015 — One of Chicago’s favorite sons, Mike “Hollywood” Jimenez, returns to the Windy City on November 25th in the main event at Fight Night at the Horseshoe, the popular Hitz Boxing fight series, where he will compete for the NABA Super Middleweight and the WBC Continental Americas Super Middleweight titles. Jimenez is coming off of a spectacular knockout win over Argentinian Francisco Ramon Benitez, a fight that earned Jimenez the UBF All-American Super Middleweight title. Jimenez’s fight with Benitez, which took place in Victoria, Australia, put Jimenez back in the win column after he suffered a highly-questionable stoppage versus Jesse Hart on the undercard of Mayweather-Pacquiao in May.
“It was a good opportunity for me to fight away from home, and be in a different realm,” said Jimenez of his last two fights. “It was good experience to fight around a different fan base where you don’t have the whole house going for you. You’re away from home, you don’t know anybody. It’s just you and the guy across the ring from you.”
Jimenez didn’t let the change in venue get into his head. “My mentality stays the same. I’m there to do one job – to take the guy out. At the end of the day, that’s really the only thing on my mind. Getting the win.”
Fighting away from home gave Jimenez a new appreciation for fighting in front of his friends, family and fans. “It means a great deal to me to come home to Chicago,” said Jimenez of his upcoming fight. “I have a little bounce in my step because the fights away from home are tough. Coming home, having all your friends, family, and the city behind me…it’s pretty exciting for me. More than anything I want to give them a good showing. I want to give them a big victory, and show my appreciation for everyone back home.”
Promoter Bobby Hitz expressed pride and excitement at “Hollywood’s” return. “We’re excited to have him back,” said Hitz. “I think it shows a lot of what he’s made of, how he rebounded so quickly, went halfway around the world and fought a tough fight to pick up that title. He didn’t sit and ponder what happened to him in the Jesse Hart fight. He just got back on his horse, went to a different country, a different part of the world, and won a tough fight over there. I’m excited to have him back home. Myself, the Chicago boxing community, Chicago’s boxing fans are eager to see him back in the ring at home.”
Doors to The Venue at Horseshoe Hammond open at 6:00 Wednesday, November 25th, and first bell is at 6:30. Tickets are priced $90 and 40, and are available at all Ticketmaster outlets. Boxing fans must be 21 years and older to attend events at the Horseshoe Hammond.
Hitz Boxing has an offer you can’t refuse.
To show our appreciation for those who’ve supported Hitz Boxing this year and in the year’s passed, we’re going to give you an opportunity to get 1/2 priced tickets for our last rumble of 2015 at The Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, IN. on Nov. 25, 2015 with Mike “Hollywood” Jimenez back in the ring after winning the Universal Boxing Federation (UBF) All America super middleweight title in Australia by a KO on June 27th of this year.
We’ll offer the half priced tickets starting at 10AM, Oct. 2nd and the offer is good through 10PM on Oct. 4th – while supplies last.
These seats are located in the orchestra pit so get ’em while you can!
Thanks for all your support from your friends here at Hitz Boxing
We tested out a live stream from ringside on this night so we think we’ll be bringing the fights live to you in the very near future.
We actually included the live stream footage here as well as all the fights wrapped up for you.
We had to insert music beds in between each round of each fight to keep YouTube from knocking the videos off due to copyright laws. We play music videos and more in between each round and fight but that music is covered there, not on YouTube.
Check out all the action below brought to you by Hitz Boxing, Horseshoe Casino Hammond IN. Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys, Mercedes-Benz of Naperville, BL Auto Group and the MZI Group with support from Mixmasters, WBMX.COM and Clubhead TV