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Pucek to fight Johnson at the Emerald Queen
April 7, 2009

     
   
   
   
   

(APR 7) On April 11 at the Emerald Queen Sarah Pucek and Merced Nunez were to fight in a six round fight to see who is the best Featherweight in the Pacific North West. Nunez had to pull out due to an injury and a tentative bout was made with Stephanie Eggink however Eggink pulled. The Pucek camp wanted to fight and agreed to move up two weight divisions and challenge Tammie Johnson.

The fight is made at 133 lb., and has all the makings of a great contest. The 3-0-0 Pucek camp is taking the fight knowing it will be tough. Dave Allison,  Pucek’s Trainer said, "Tammie was 3-0-0 once and has fought very tough competition since; we respect her ability and feel this is the toughest fight we could take at this time.  Johnson is coming from a draw with 10-0-0 Rita Figueroa and we respect her for taking the tough fights. Pucek fought her pro debut at 136.."


Pucek (left)  Bre (right)

Team Pucek added, "We do see an increase in Sarah’s strength and power at this weight, this and the fact we have had a lot of trouble securing matches at 126 may factor in a decision to stay at 130lb. Pucek’s Camp sees their fighter in the underdog position due to the weight and experience they are giving up. We have had a great training camp and have had great sparring with up and coming amateur Breanna Morlock of the Bellator Boxing Club in Ferndale, Washington."

"Pucek and Morlock have been sparring since last summer and have become good friends and have sparred 40 or 50 rounds over the training period. One of the toughest parts about getting ready for fights is having good sparring and sparring with the guys is never the same says Pucek. Breanna has been great sparring for me and some of the sparring sessions have been tougher than my fights. Breanna weighs about 140 in the gym and is very strong. If all goes well Pucek would like to fight Brooke Dierdorff in a 6 round fight at the Emerald Queen in June, another possible would be Nunez if she wants it", said Team Pucek.  Source/PR

 

 
     
     
   
 
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