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Back in February, Hurst Conference Center (1601 Campus Drive, Hurst) hosted the first sold-out boxing match in Bud Light’s Pro Fight Series. Friday night, fight number two’s Welterweight Collision Course ropes off some buzzed-about Texas talent, like Irving’s Hector Vazquez, Dallas’ Julio Cesar Rangel and Fort Worth’s Tony Lopez, with a main-event match between Houston’s Rogelio De La Torre and Waco’s Milton Bad Boy Ramos. Starts at 7 p.m., but if you’ve ever wanted to witness fighters weigh in, you can at Bronco’s Sports Bar and Grill in Hurst, at 1 p.m. Tickets for the fight are $30 to $100. Call 877-725-8849.
Fri., April 19, 2013

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