American Metal and Iron Fight Night At The Tank at HP Pavilion in San Jose packs the house as die hard local boxing fans come to see hometown favorites. This year the American Metal and Iron Fight Night At The Tank season takes on a team concept. Each Fight Night At The Tank show will consist of seven 4-round fights matching up boxers from Northern California (NorCal) and Southern California (SoCal) teams. At the end of the night the team with the most victories will win a bonus. Fight Night's matchmaker will be Roy Englebrecht of Roy Englebrecht Promotions.
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Fight Night At The Tank
AM&I Fight Night At The Tank is a professional boxing series put on at the HP Pavilion in the Bay Area since 2002. Fight Night gets part of its name from the fact that HP Pavilion is commonly called The Shark Tank or just The Tank after its primary tenants, the San Jose Sharks.
Fight Night At The Tank's main events and fight cards have featured local professional boxers, former world champions, former amateur Olympic fighters and professional women boxers. Among them are Hector Camacho Jr son of world champion Hector "Macho" Camacho, 2004 US Olympic Gold Medalist Andre Ward, NABF women's super bantamweight champion Kelsey Jeffries and local favorites Ricardo Cortes and San Fernando Valley's former world champion James "Lights Out" Toney.