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Touching on providing yet another marquee event, Loeffler talked about his mindset behind providing stellar matchups to the fans ” I look at putting on the best shows for the fans, I leave my ego at the door. I work with whatever promoter I can work with as long as I can put on the best fights that is what I am willing to do and ‘Superfly’ was a perfect example of that.” Loeffler continued “That was one of the most successful events that I have been involved with, from the top to the bottom, it was just non-stop action”.

Loeffler touched on the details and combatants likely to feature on the next ‘Superfly’ card, Loeffler hinted the card will take place sometime in February but did stress at this stage “we do not have a specific date or venue for the event” and confirmed the main event is likely to feature the winners at the first event facing off with one another, with Sor Rungvisai taking on Estrada in a world championship bout main event.

Furthermore, Loeffler confirmed they are looking at multiple different combatants to potentially feature on the card “If we can get Inoue back on the show that would be great” Loeffler then went on to say that “The door will always be open” for Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez before touching on the magnitude of what he has done for the sport’s lighter weights “He really opened the door for the lighter divisions, by bringing attention to the 112 lbs and 115 lbs divisions by participating in winning back-to-back bouts against top-tier opposition securing his place atop of the rankings was a ‘big statement’. Loeffler also suggested the Puerto Rican Arroyo brothers have also signalled an interest in the event as well as Jerwin Ancajas and WBA champion, Britain’s Kal Yafai.

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