Photos: WFC 120 brings another exciting night of boxing to Chumash Casino

Photos: WFC 120 brings another exciting night of boxing to Chumash Casino

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The World Fighting Championships (WFC) made its fifth stop last Friday night for boxing at the Chumash Casino Resort.

Seconds after the crowd at the Chumash Casino’s Samala Showroom started chanting for hometown favorite Angel Flores, the Buellton native gave them what they came for — a second-round knockout of Mexico City’s Danny Flores (no relation) as the World Fighting Championships (WFC) made its fifth stop Friday night in the Santa Ynez Valley.

Flores (8-0), a graduate of nearby Santa Ynez High School, was the headliner at WFC 120, an eight-fight card put together by WFC President Matt McGovern.

“Another great night of boxing. It was an amazing show. These shows here at the Chumash Casino keep getting better and better,” said McGovern. “The crowds keep getting bigger and bigger and Angel Flores mania is just sweeping the valley.”

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Seconds after the crowd at the Chumash Casino’s Samala Showroom started chanting for hometown favorite Angel Flores, the Buellton native gave them what they came for — a second-round knockout of Mexico City’s Danny Flores (no relation) as the World Fighting Championships (WFC) made its fifth stop Friday night in the Santa Ynez Valley.

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