Alex Perez takes on Juan Rodriguez for Welterweight Title – Watch Live on GFL.Tv

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Image LGM Promotions back with “Night of the Rising Stars” a 9-bout event this Saturday, August 27 at the BCB Pavilion in Bayonne, New Jersey – CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE.

Alex Perez takes on Juan Rodriguez for the IBU World Welterweight title.

Plus undefeated Tyrell Wright, Darren Goodall, Magdiel Cotto, Caleb Hernandez, Leon Johnson, John Bauza and Luis Perozo to see action on the undercard.

In the main event,  it will be a battle of New Jersey based welterweights as Alex Perez (18-2, 10 KOs) will take on Juan “The Beast” Rodriguez (12-4, 5 KOs) in a bout scheduled for eight rounds and will be contested for the IBU World Welterweight title.

This will be Newark native Perez’ return to the ring after an eighteen-month layoff.

Perez, 34 years-old turned professional in 2004 and won his first 16 bouts.  He has solid wins over Edy Chavez (1-0), Josh Sosa (10-1) and Francisco Figueroa (20-3).  On March 14, 2009  Perez captured the WBC Caribbean Boxing Federation Welterweight title with a unanimous decision over Laureano Laracuente at the Coliseo Luis Aymat in San Sebastian, Puerto Rico.

Perez was last seen in the ring, losing to Brandon Adams in the acclaimed Boxcino tournament on February 13, 2015 at the Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut.

The 29 year-old Rodriguez, hailing from Union City, New Jersey turned professional in 2009 and won his first 11 bouts.

All four of Rodriguez’ defeats have come to undefeated fighters.

In his last bout, he was stopped by Ivan Golub on January 16 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

In six-round bouts:

Tyrell Wright (8-0-1, 6 KOs) of Jersey City, NJ will rematch Nicholas Thompson (5-1, 5 KOs) of Burlington, NC in a heavyweight bout.

In four-round bouts:

Darren Goodall (3-0, 2 KO’s) of New Milford, NJ battles Jhaquis Davis of Missouri City, Texas in a middleweight fight

Magdiel Cotto (4-0, 4 KO’s) of Comerio, Puerto Rico fights pro debuting Jermaine Corley of Concord, NC in a middleweight affair.

Egomir Plevako (2-2, 1 KO) of Kharkik, Ukraine will take on Kenny Cruz of Bayamon, Puerto Rico in a heavyweight fight.

Caleb Hernandez (2-0, 1 KO) of Paterson, New Jersey battles Lamont White of Washington, DC in a welterweight bout.

Leon Johnson (1-0, 1 KO) of Newark, New Jersey will fight Alando Pugh in a heavyweight tussle.

John Bauza (2-0, 2 KO’s) of North Bergen, New Jersey will square off with Jose Carmona  of Puerto Rico in a lightweight affair.

Luis Perozo (2-0, 1 KO) will fight Alexander Foster of Alexandria, VA in a lightweight bout.

Amos “2 Smooth” Cowart (11-1-1, 9 KOs) and “Nice” Nick DeLomba (10-1, 2 KOs) Featured in Foxwoods Card on September 1 – Live on GFL.Tv

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Broadway Boxing, presented by DiBella Entertainment, returns Thursday night, September 1, to the Premier Ballroom at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut.

Lightweight prospects Amos “2 Smooth” Cowart (11-1-1, 9 KOs) and “Nice” Nick DeLomba (10-1, 2 KOs) will throw-down in the eight-round main event.  WATCH LIVE ON GFL – CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

A native Floridian from Groveland, Cowart (pictured above) is coming off his first loss as a professional, suffered just over one year ago in Atlantic City. The bout, televised live as part of Showtime’s ShoBox: The New Generation series, saw the hard-hitting Cowart move up in weight to challenge fellow undefeated prospect Regis Prograis. Cowart went on to lose a very entertaining eight-round decision to the still undefeated contender Prograis, who was chosen as one of this year’s ESPN.com’s “Prospects to Watch”. Following the loss, Cowart was forced to sit on the sidelines as he nursed an injury suffered in the bout. Now back and fully healthy, Cowart is dropping down in weight and looking to make some noise in the 135 lbs. division.

“The bout with Prograis was a good learning experience, but I am not a 140-pounder,” said Cowart. “I took the fight because it was an opportunity to perform on national TV, and I believe I gave a good showing of what I am capable of doing. I am back now at my comfortable weight and know that I have what it takes to compete against the best up-and-coming guys in this division. DeLomba is the hometown boy. I know that he is going to have the crowd behind him, but once that bell rings, it’s just him and me in that ring, and I plan on putting on a spectacular performance as I get my career back underway and moving toward the top.”

DeLomba, the reigning New England super lightweight champion, has been favorably compared at this stage of his young career to another Italian fighter from the same Rhode Island city of Cranston, in two-division world champion Vinny Paz. DeLomba is expected to have a partisan hometown crowd behind him and will be looking to make a statement against the once-beaten Cowart.

“This is a huge fight for me at this stage of my career,” said DeLomba. “Cowart’s only loss is to Prograis and he is considered one of the best young 140-pounders in all of boxing. If I can beat Cowart more convincingly, that is a major statement. I am not only going to be the bigger guy in the ring on fight night, but I am the better boxer. He is coming off a year layoff, and I know that he is eager to get back in that ring, but this is the biggest fight of my career, and I plan on putting on a show come September 1.”

Belgium super featherweight Dardan Zenunaj (12-1, 9 KOs), a former World Boxing Association (WBA) International champion, and undefeated Cuban amateur standout Luis “The Lion” Garcia (14-0, 11 KOs), fighting out of Peekskill, New York, are also scheduled to be in action on the Sept. 1 Broadway Boxing card in separate eight-round bouts.

Undefeated DiBella Prospects Jon Fernandez and Jose Roman Make Broadway Boxing Debut on September 1 at Foxwoods – Watch Live on GFL.Tv

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DiBella Entertainment (DBE) has announced the signing of undefeated Spanish prospect Jon Fernandez and Puerto Rican amateur standout Jose Roman to exclusive long-term promotional contracts. Both Fernandez and Roman will be making their DBE debuts on the upcoming special edition Broadway Boxing card in the Premier Ballroom at the beautiful Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, CT. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO AND TO WATCH LIVE.

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The Broadway Boxing card is headlined by fellow once-beaten prospects prospects Amos “2 Smooth” Cowart (11-1-1, 9 KO’s) and “Nice” Nick DeLomba(10-1, 2 KO’s) squaring off in an eight-round super lightweight match-up.

At just 20 years of age, the junior lightweight Fernandez (8-0, 6 KO’s) is one of the most promising young prospects to come out of Spain in years. Standing at 5’11”, Fernandez is extremely tall for the 130lb. division and has devastating power in both hands. Fernandez caught the eye of former middleweight kingpin and future Hall-of-Famer Sergio Martinez when he was still fighting as an amateur. Martinez immediately saw star potential and signed Fernandez to his promotional company, MaravillaBox Promotions, in 2015 and soon after began courting the young Fernandez to his own former promoter Lou DiBella. DiBella and Martinez made things official in June, signing Fernandez to a co-promotional deal at this year’s Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA) awards dinner, where DiBella received the James A. Farley award for honesty and integrity in boxing.

“This is a dream come true. I still cannot believe it,” said Fernandez. “I am very grateful to Lou DiBella, one of the most important and prestigious promoters in the United States, for the trust and belief that he has placed in me and to Sergio (Martinez) for the potential he saw in me as a boxer. Boxing is my life and I want to be the best. Following in the footsteps of Sergio and becoming a world champion like him is my lifelong dream.”

“I have been watching Jon fight since his amateur days and truly believe that the sky is the limit for him,” said Maravilla Martinez. “With each passing fight, he continues to show vast improvement and I believe that he has the ability to become not only a future champion but a future star in this sport. Jon has to stay focused and continue to work, to learn and to give everything he has to this sport. For Jon to have the opportunity to sign with Lou at just 20 years old, an opportunity that I did not have until I was already 32, is amazing and he has to take full advantage of it. Jon has to destroy everything that is put in his path and with time, patience and hard work, he will achieve greatness in this sport.”

A native of the boxing rich city of Bayamon, Puerto Rico, Roman began boxing at 13 years of age amassing a stellar 124-17 record along the way. Roman joined the Puerto Rican national team in 2012, winning three consecutive national championships from 2013-2015.

“I couldn’t be more excited to get my career underway behind such a great promoter as Lou. DiBella has done tremendous work with so many great fighters over the years, and I am looking forward to growing and shining under the DiBella Entertainment banner. It is every fighter’s dream to fight in the US, and now I have the opportunity to make my pro debut here, and for that I want to thank my manager Ricardo Figueroa and my trainer Emilio Lozado for getting me this amazing opportunity,” said Roman.

Fernandez is set to make his DBE and US debut against the very tough Mexican Naciff Castillo (17-8-2, 5 KO’s) in an eight-round junior lightweight matchup, while Roman is set to square off against Khaaliq Core (0-1) in a four-round welterweight match up.

ROCKIN’ FIGHTS 25 RESULTS: Karperis, Hernandez, Vinny D’Angelo and Juan Mancilla Victorious – Watch Fights Now on GFL.Tv

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New York, August 14- The Tri-State area has been battling severe heat as of late and last night at The Paramount, Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing presented the 25th installment of the popular “Rockin Fights” series in Huntington, NY and the action inside was just as hot as the temperature outside.

Headlining for the first time at The Paramount was newly signed Star Boxing Jr. Welterweight Anthony ” Showtime” Karperis of Hicksville, NY, as he made his first defense of his NY State Jr. Welterweight title against Queens, NY native Ariel Duran in a 10 round bout.

These two had met once before early in their careers with Karperis coming away with a hard fought 4 round win and it was no different this time around.  The two fighters battled throughout the contest which featured great two way action and it was also a rough and tumble affair with both fighters suffering cuts.

Karperis stormed out to an early lead as he boxed smartly and was able to fend off the attacks of Duran.  Through 5 rounds it looked as though Karperis would cruise to a win but the tide turned in the 6th round as Duran started to put together nice combinations and out land Karperis.

Duran arguably won the next 3 rounds and was on his way to another good round in the 9th when Karperis landed a picture perfect right counter sending Duran to the canvas and turning the fight back in his favor.

The 10th and final round saw both fighters go for the win but in the end it was Karperis successfully defending his title with a unanimous points win raising his record to 13-2 4KO while Duran dropped to 9-9-1 5KO. The judges turned in scores of 97-92, twice, and 98-91.

The undercard featured Huntington Lightweight Johnny Hernandez, defeating Philly’s Seifullah Wise by unanimous decision over 8 rounds.  Hernandez improves to 8-1 1KO while Wise drops to 3-3 1KO.

Two popular Long Island Super Middleweights hooked up in a 4 round battle as Glen Cove’s Vinny D’Angelo returned after a 3 year layoff squaring off with the very tough Dan Cion of Farmingville, NY, who was making his pro debut.  After a slow 1st round the fight intensified and the final round saw the 2 fighters bring the crowd to their feet as they traded toe to toe shots with D’Angelo capturing a close unanimous victory and improving to 2-0 while Cion goes to 0-1.

East Hampton Jr. Middleweight Juan Mancilla made his pro debut a successful one as he stopped tough luck loser Phillip LeGrand with only a few seconds left in their 4 round fight.  The fight was all action and hung in the balance but the aggressive Mancilla started landing numerous power shots towards the end of the fight which caused head ringside physician Barry Jordon to call a halt to the action against the strong objections of LeGrand who falls to 1-4 1KO.

Cowart vs. DeLomba headlines Broadway Boxing Thursday, Sept. 1st at Foxwoods Resort Casino – Live on GFL.Tv

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Broadway Boxing, presented by DiBella Entertainment, returns Thursday night, September 1, to the Premier Ballroom at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut.

Lightweight prospects Amos “2 Smooth” Cowart (11-1-1, 9 KOs) and “Nice” Nick DeLomba (10-1, 2 KOs) will throw-down in the eight-round main event.

“Foxwoods has become a terrific venue for Broadway Boxing and I am thrilled to deliver this lightweight crossroads battle between two once-beaten prospects as the main event,” said Lou DiBella, President of DiBella Entertainment. “Cowart fought well in his ShoBox appearance last year, but he will be returning to his natural weight class on September 1. Moving past his hometown confines for only the second time as a pro, we will see if DeLomba is ready to elevate his career to the world stage.”

A native Floridian from Groveland, Cowart is coming off his first loss as a professional, suffered just over one year ago in Atlantic City. The bout, televised live as part of Showtime’s ShoBox: The New Generation series, saw the hard-hitting Cowart move up in weight to challenge fellow undefeated prospect Regis Prograis. Cowart went on to lose a very entertaining eight-round decision to the still undefeated contender Prograis, who was chosen as one of this year’s ESPN.com’s “Prospects to Watch”. Following the loss, Cowart was forced to sit on the sidelines as he nursed an injury suffered in the bout. Now back and fully healthy, Cowart is dropping down in weight and looking to make some noise in the 135 lbs. division.

“The bout with Prograis was a good learning experience, but I am not a 140-pounder,” said Cowart. “I took the fight because it was an opportunity to perform on national TV, and I believe I gave a good showing of what I am capable of doing. I am back now at my comfortable weight and know that I have what it takes to compete against the best up-and-coming guys in this division. DeLomba is the hometown boy. I know that he is going to have the crowd behind him, but once that bell rings, it’s just him and me in that ring, and I plan on putting on a spectacular performance as I get my career back underway and moving toward the top.”

DeLomba, the reigning New England super lightweight champion, has been favorably compared at this stage of his young career to another Italian fighter from the same Rhode Island city of Cranston, in two-division world champion Vinny Paz. DeLomba is expected to have a partisan hometown crowd behind him and will be looking to make a statement against the once-beaten Cowart.

“This is a huge fight for me at this stage of my career,” said DeLomba. “Cowart’s only loss is to Prograis and he is considered one of the best young 140-pounders in all of boxing. If I can beat Cowart more convincingly, that is a major statement. I am not only going to be the bigger guy in the ring on fight night, but I am the better boxer. He is coming off a year layoff, and I know that he is eager to get back in that ring, but this is the biggest fight of my career, and I plan on putting on a show come September 1.”

Belgium super featherweight Dardan Zenunaj (12-1, 9 KOs), a former World Boxing Association (WBA) International champion, and undefeated Cuban amateur standout Luis “The Lion” Garcia (14-0, 11 KOs), fighting out of Peekskill, New York, are also scheduled to be in action on the Sept. 1 Broadway Boxing card in separate eight-round bouts.

Additional fights on the card will be announced shortly.

Anthony Karperis Headlines Star Boxing’s “Rockin’ Fights 25” at the Paramount on August 13 – Live on GFL.Tv

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Anthony Karperis Headlines Star Boxing’s “Rockin’ Fights 25” at the Paramount on August 13; Junior Welterweight Defends NY State Title Against Ariel Duran in Rematch.

New York, August 4- Junior welterweight standout Anthony Karperis (12-2, 4 KOs, Hicksville, NY), with fresh ink on his new contract with Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing, graduates to main event status at The Paramount in Huntington, New York on Saturday night, August 13.

“Showtime” will go toe-to-toe in a grudge rematch against Queens native Ariel Duran (9-8-1, 5 KOs) in a 10-round junior welterweight affair for Karperis’ New York State belt in his first title defense.

“I am very excited to headline,” says Karperis. “We have been talking about it for some time now. It is finally here and I am ready.”

“I never really get nervous before a fight,” reports Karperis on his initial defense of the title and first main event. “I am working hard to put on a great show, and get the win.”

Karperis will try to follow the same path as fellow Star Boxing Long Island standouts Chris Algieri and Joe Smith, Jr., who both used the Paramount as a springboard to major televised main events in prime time. Undefeated Cletus “The Hebrew Hammer” Seldin is on the same journey.

“I absolutely want to follow in their footsteps, hopefully get that opportunity, and be able to capitalize on it,” Karperis says. “I want to swing it out of the park. Seeing them get those life-changing opportunities shows people that it is not just a dream anymore, it’s a reality.”

Karperis captured the vacant belt when he defeated cross town rival Alan Gotay on April 23rd at the Paramount.

A Hicksville product fighting out of The Academy of Boxing in Huntington, Karperis defeated Duran in a razor-thin decision on July 18, 2014, in their first encounter. Karperis has fought 13 of his 15 pro bouts (one no contest) at the Paramount.

“Even though I am originally from Hicksville, I train in Huntington and fight out of Huntington, so it is part of my hometown,” says Karperis. “The Paramount is a great venue for a fight. I always bring a huge crowd for support. It motivates me to be in front of my hometown fans.”

Promoter DeGuardia says this about the main event rematch: “These two fought a heck of a battle once before and I expect nothing less this time around, except the stakes are much higher with Anthony’s New York State title on the line.”

Karperis adds: “We are both more experienced now. I have a lot riding on it. I want to prove that the first fight wasn’t a fluke. He (Duran) wants to come in and prove a point. ”

“I am training harder than ever for this fight,” continues the junior welterweight. “I try to find the opponent’s weakness and exploit them, attack where they are most vulnerable. I believe that I am a versatile fighter, and can adapt.”

On signing with DeGuardia’s Star Boxing, Karperis reflects: ‘”We have worked together for some time now. I have been loyal to them, and they have been loyal to me. They have always treated me like I was one of them, and I now look forward to have the promotional team behind me as I take this huge step in my career.”

Joel De La Paz (7-0) Battles Naim Terbunja (8-1) at Star Boxing Slugfest – Watch Live on GFL.Tv

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Joel De La Paz to an exclusive multi-year promotional contract.

“I feel really great to be working with Star Boxing”, said De La Paz.  “Joe DeGuardia has many championship fighters.  I look forward to working hard and in a few years I want to fight for a world title.”

Star Boxing’s President, Joe DeGuardia said “I’m delighted to have Joel sign with us. Joel is an exciting fighter who is ready to step his game up in a big way.  His fan friendly, aggressive style will shake things up in the already stacked 168 lbs. division.  We are all looking forward to a bright future together.”

De La Paz of Atlantic City, NJ has a record of 7-0 with 4 knockouts.  Impressively, the super middleweight has not lost a single round as a professional.  The proud Puerto Rican looks to continue his country’s tradition of producing dominant world champions.  Joel will take the first step in his long awaited return to action when he takes on the rugged Naim Terbunja (8-1) on the undercard of the Delvin Rodriguez vs. Shawn Cameron headliner at “Slugfest at the Sun” at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT on Saturday July 23, 2016.  Terbunja is also promoted by Star Boxing.

The additions of De La Paz to the Star Boxing roster mark four promising prospects signed in the last couple of months.  Tyrone James, Terrell Bostic and Michael Stoute joined the promotional powerhouse earlier this year and have all competed at the Paramount in Huntington, NY in their first fights under the Star Boxing banner.

Slugfest at the Mohegan – Delvin Rodriguez Returns – Watch Live on GFL.Tv

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Star Boxing returns to Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT on, Saturday, July 23rd for the highly anticipated return of Connecticut’s favorite son at the Sun. The summer bash, Slugfest at the Sun, will feature an exciting night of action beginning at 7:30pm.

Former USBA Welterweight Champion and multi world title challenger Delvin Rodriguez (28-8-4 16KO Danbury, CT), returns to the ring taking on Iraqi war veteran Shawn Cameron (10-1 5KO Bronx, NY) in a 10 round Jr. Middleweight contest.

Rodriguez, who last fought in June 2015, challenged Erislandy Lara for the WBA World Jr. Middleweight title that night, dropping a 12 round decision to the champion.

Rodriguez has fought a who’s who over the course of his long career including such elite fighters as Miguel Cotto, the aforementioned Lara, and Austin Trout, but may be best remembered for his scintillating battle with Pawel Wolak on July 15, 2011, which garnered ‘Fight of the Year” award.

Rodriguez has challenged for the world championship on 3 different occasions and feels he still has something left to prove taking on the hungry and tough, Shawn Cameron.

Cameron, who has just 11 fights under his belt, sees this as the opportunity he has been waiting for. Cameron served 2 tours of duty in Iraq and knows a win over a well-known contender like Delvin Rodriguez will do wonders for his career.

The card includes:

Star Boxing’s Cletus Seldin Drills Jesus Selig with First Round KO to Remain Unbeaten

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6/18/16, New York- Star Boxing’s Rockin’ Fights took center stage on Friday night (June 17), and WBC Silver International Champion and WBC World #4-ranked Junior Welterweight contender Cletus “The Hebrew Hammer” Seldin (19-0, 16 KO’s Long Island, NY) extended his unbeaten streak with his 19th consecutive victory, a rousing first round TKO over Jesus Selig (19-4-1, 12 KO’s Douglas, Arizona) at The Paramount in Huntington, New York.  Seldin attacked with thrilling ferocity from the get go.  He knocked the seasoned Selig to the mat the first time he landed flush to his head.  Selig rose but the writing was on the wall as Seldin went in for the kill.  Cletus then drilled a wobbly Selig in what will be a highlight reel knockout for many years to come.  The referee didn’t bother to count.  The 10-round Junior Welterweight main event headlined the 24th edition of the popular series promoted by Joe DeGuardia.

Seldin, the Patchogue product fighting out of Shirley, Long Island, has been sensational in compiling an unblemished 19-0 mark, with 16 of his triumphs coming via highlight reel knockouts. Seldin has won 11 straight and 16 out of 17 at the popular Long Island venue.

The undercard featured a bevy of top local prospects, and here are those results: In another junior welterweight clash, Woodhaven’s Danny Gonzalez (12-0-1, 5 KO’s) remained undefeated with a unanimous eight round decision over Curtis Morton (4-6-4) of Myrtle Beach in an eight-rounder. El Gallo displayed eye catching combinations, superior footwork and resolve in his impressive victory.

Sweden’s Naim Terbunja, (8-1) earned a unanimous six round decision over Lanny Dardar (3-6-2, 1 KO) of Louisiana.  Both combatants threw caution to the wind, unloaded with a barrage of shots in every round.

Tyrone “Pretty Boy” James (3-0, 2 KO) remained unbeaten with his third straight triumph, a first round TKO over New York City’s Kasif Muhammad (0-3). James is starting to live up to some big hype following his impressive amateur background.

Another Elmont, Long Island fighter showcased his talents with a victory, as Terell Bostic (2-0, 1 KO) won by unanimous decision over Miguel Gloria (1-3) of Albuquerque; and Brooklyn’s Laurend Stewart (3-0, 2 KOs) continued his winning ways scored a second round destruction over Daniel Flores (0-3).

The Bout Card included:

Star Boxing’s Undercard Features Bunch of Undefeated Fighters – Watch the Action Live on GFL.Tv

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The undercard features a bevy of top local prospects. In another junior welterweight clash, Woodhaven’s undefeated Danny Gonzalez (11-0-1, 5 KO’s) squares off against Curtis Morton (4-5-4) of Myrtle Beach in an eight-rounder.

Terell Bostic (1-0, 1 KO) comes off an outstanding first round KO debut to face Miguel Gloria (1-2) of Albuquerque.

Unbeaten Tyrone James (2-0, 1 KO) battles New York City’s Kasif Muhammad (0-2).

Brooklyn’s Laurend Stewart (2-0, 1 KO) takes on another Albuquerque import in Daniel Flores (0-2).

The Bout Card includes:

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