Brazilian Female Olympic Silver Medalist Beatriz Ferreira To Debut Over 3-Minute Rounds

Brazilian Female Olympic Silver Medalist Beatriz Ferreira To Debut Over 3-Minute Rounds

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Beatriz Ferreira Makes Statement On Debut By Insisting On 6, 3-Minute Rounds Against 5-0 Opponent

Beatriz Ferreira will make her much anticipated professional debut at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland this Saturday, November 12, live worldwide on DAZN.

The amateur World champion and Olympic silver medalist will step through the ropes for the first time in the paid ranks in Cleveland against fellow Brazilian Taynna Cardoso (5-0 1 KO) over six rounds.

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Promoter Eddie Hearn revealed in the press conference that Ferreira insisted on fighting 3-minute rounds on debut, a wish that was accepted by the Ohio State Atheltic Commission. Female boxers usually fight two-minute rounds but Ferreira fought for three minutes and hopes to continue to fight 3-minute rounds in her career moving forward.

Ferreira faces Cardoso on a stacked card in Cleveland, as hometown star Montana Love headlines his first show in his backyard against Australian Steve Spark.

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By Darshan Desai

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