Justin Pauldo vs Miguel Madueno Fighting Tonight - Start time, Full Card, TV Channel & Streaming links

Tonight, on Wednesday, February 28th, a thrilling boxing match is set to take place at the Whitesands Events Center in Plant City, Florida. Justin Pauldo will go head-to-head against Miguel Madueno in the highly anticipated ProBox main event.

Justin Pauldo, who hails from Houston, Texas, boasts an impressive record of 17-1 with 8 knockouts. At 29 years old and weighing in at 134.8 pounds, he's coming off a knockout win against Jerry Perez last November 15th. Before that victory, he secured a unanimous decision win over Eduardo Estela on August 23rd. However, his career had a notable split-decision loss to Efrain Cruz back in July 2015.

Pauldo has been vocal about his upcoming fight stating, "I’m looking at this fight as any other. Every fight to me is the most important. I’m 110 percent ready for every fight." He added, "I try my best to be a well-rounded boxer. Boxing is my life." Despite his one professional loss, Pauldo remains confident about his strength and skill in the ring.

Miguel Madueno enters this match with a commendable record of 30-2 with 28 KOs. Residing in Orange, Los Angeles, he matched Pauldo's weigh-in at 134.8 pounds, although initially weighing in at 135.2 pounds before successfully getting down to the limit in less than an hour. His last bout ended in a decision defeat to Steve Claggett on November 14th.

The weigh-ins for both fighters took place on Tuesday with both boxers making weight after adjustments were made by Madueno.

The event will feature three bouts overall and is slated for ten rounds, taking center stage as the main event is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. ET or 5 p.m. PT tonight. Fans can watch the action unfold through streaming platforms such as ProBox TV or YouTube.

Looking ahead, both fighters eye this match as a critical step toward significant opportunities in what Francisco A. Salazar describes as the "talent-rich lightweight division." For Pauldo especially, this bout stands as proof of his capability to compete with and possibly dominate among fighters at 135 pounds with aspirations for "Bigger and better things will come in 2024."

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