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Noemi Bosques interview ahead of her clash with Heather Hardy

Brooklynfights.com interviewed Noemi “NoNo” Bosques (8-2-2) in the run-up to her bout against Brooklyn’s own Heather “The Heat” Hardy (12-0). The women are set to battle May 29th at Barclay’s Center on the Khan/Algieri under-card. Fans can expect fireworks in the ring as two decidedly aggressive and determined fighters go toe-to-toe. Bosques, who hails from Tampa, Florida, says she’s ready for Hardy, and not leaving anything to chance.

Undefeated Heather Hardy is expecting a tough fight against Noemi Bosques

Brooklynfights.com caught up with WBC International Super Bantamweight title holder, Heather “The Heat” Hardy (12-0-0), at Brooklyn’s Gleason’s Gym, for an exclusive training camp interview. Hardy is preparing for a May 29th bout where she will face off against Florida’s Noemi “NoNo” Bosques (8-2-2) at Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, on the Khan-Algieri undercard. The fight will be streamed live on SpikeTV, and promises the trademark action-packed excitement for which The Heat is known.

Heather Hardy to appear on FX Network

Tune into the television comedy-drama LOUIE, starring popular comedian Louie C.K., tomorrow night to catch a special guest appearance by WBC International female super bantamweight champion Heather “The Heat” Hardy. The episode will premiere Thursday, April 30, at 10:30pm ET, on the FX network.

Heather Hardy headlines upcoming Broadway Boxing series

On Wednesday, October 15, DiBella Entertainment (DBE) will return to NYC’s famed B.B. King Blues Club & Grill for the latest edition of its Broadway Boxing series, hosting a special event in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, in which Everlast will be donating pink and black boxing gloves to show their support.

Once dubbed “a female Arturo Gatti” by promoter Lou DiBella, the always-exciting Heather “The Heat” Hardy (10-0, 2KO’s) will headline a seven-bout card, facing off against Crystal Hoy, of Las Vegas, in a 10-round junior featherweight contest. Last time out, Hardy engaged a very game Jackie Trivilino in a seven-round war held at the Barclays Center, in front of hometown fans in Brooklyn, on June 14. The fight was stopped after the seventh round due to a cut that Hardy suffered over her right eye from an accidental head butt. Going to the scorecards, Hardy won a technical decision. In November of 2013, Hardy picked up her first title belt when she knocked out Ana Gomez in two rounds for the UBF International super bantamweight championship. Now, she will attempt to seize the vacant WBC International junior featherweight title against Hoy, in what will be her first bout scheduled for 10 rounds.

Heather Hardy signs with DiBella Entertainment

After successfully making her pro debut in an absolute barnburner on his Broadway Boxing card on August 2, 2012, Lou DiBella immediately took notice of Brooklyn’s good-looking, charismatic, Irish-American Heather Hardy.

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