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Full undercard for Jonathan Gonzalez vs. Mark Barriga junior flyweight title fight

We take a look at what to expect from the full card as Jonathan Gonzalez faces Mark Barriga in a junior light flyweight title bout on Friday.

Mark Anthony Barriga (R) of the Philippines competes against Tosho Kashiwasaki (L) of Japan during the boxing preliminaries session 10 at the 17th Asian Games in Incheon on September 28, 2014. Photo credit should read BAY ISMOYO/AFP via Getty Images

The junior flyweight division gets a Friday night primetime slot on the burgeoning ProBox TV streaming service. WBO champ Jonathan Gonzalez makes his first title defense when he faces Mark Anthony Barriga in Kissimmee Florida.

The card gets underway at 7:30 p.m. ET and all eyes will be on the main event. Gonzalez is 25-3-1 with one no contest and is coming off a title-winning victory over Elwin Soto last October. Barriga is 11-1 and coming off a decision win over Ramel Antaran in the Philippines last October.

Gonzalez is a -370 favorite to win at DraftKings Sportsbook while Barriga is a +285 underdog. That is the only bout on this card available for betting at the sportsbook. However, we will get a second title bout in the final fight of the undercard. Axel Vega and Angelino Cordova are facing off for the vacant Lantino junior flyweight title. Vega is 15-4-1 and most recently held the WBA Fedecentro junior flyweight title. Cordova is 16-0-1 and has 13 straight wins under his belt including a February first round TKO of Gregory Vargas.

Full Card for Jonathan Gonzalez vs. Mark Barriga

  • Main event: Jonathan Gonzalez vs. Mark Barriga, for Gonzalez’s WBO junior flyweight title
  • Axel Vega vs. Angelino Cordova; for vacant Latino junior flyweight title
  • Hakim Lopez vs. Cruse Stewart; light heavyweights
  • Najee Lopez vs. Jeysson Monroy; cruiserweights
  • Jaycob Gomez vs. Ramon Esperanza; super featherweights
  • Jan Paul Rivera vs. Cesar Martinez; featherweights
  • Jocksan Blanco vs. TBA, welterweight
  • Trinidad Vargas vs. Josh Aarons; super flyweights