Joe Riggs

“Gamebred Boxing 4” announces Joe Riggs to replace Paul Daley in a preliminary bout.

Gamebred Boxing has made some changes to the lineup for their upcoming event in Milwaukee scheduled for Saturday. Unfortunately, MMA fighter Paul Daley withdrew from his anticipated clash against his fellow UFC veteran Markus Perez. However, Gamebred Boxing quickly found a replacement in Joe Riggs, a highly-experienced MMA warrior who has been competing in bare-knuckle boxing matches over the past few years. Riggs agreed to step in on very short notice to make sure the 200-pound match goes ahead as planned. The bout will be featured in the preliminary portion of the show.

Venue for the event is set in the Fiserv Forum, where boxing legend Roy Jones Jr. is slated to fight against former UFC and WEC lightweight champ Anthony Pettis in the eight-round main event. Also in the lineup, former UFC champion Vitor Belfort will face ex-Strikeforce titleholder Ronaldo Souza in the co-headliner.

Here is the complete card for the night’s event:

On the main card, scheduled for Pay-Per-View at 9 p.m. ET, we have Roy Jones Jr. and Anthony Pettis competing in the main event, followed by Vitor Belfort and Ronaldo Souza in the co-headliner. Additional matches include Jose Aldo versus Jeremy Stephens, Luis Feliciano versus Clarence Booth, Devin Cushing versus Damian David Marciano, Pearl Gonzalez versus Gina Mazany, Dillon Cleckler versus Josh Burns, and Andy Nguyen versus Bi Nguyễn.

In the preliminary portion, we have Joe Riggs taking Markus Perez’ place against his UFC veteran counterpart. Also added were Javier Zamarron versus Roberto Armas, Cade Howell versus Devante Sewell, and Danielle Cohen versus Danielle Wynn.

Overall, the lineup is stacked with high-profile fighters across various weight classes, providing a night of action-packed entertainment for combat sports fans.


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