Heading to Friday Night Fights. Any help?

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I'm going to attend Friday Night Fights at Salamanca tomorrow night. I just found out about it 10 minutes ago, and I'm ready to go. I looked around a little but found little about the fight card or anything else. Can anyone tell me where to look or hook me up with some links. I see K-9 in fighting and other than that, don't know too much. I know it will be on TV and it is supposed to start at 8 p.m.

Wondering is there is an undercard starting earlier? Is there any autograph or meet the fighters opportunities?

Any help would be appreciated.
 
I haven't heard of any of the fighters at the bottom of the undercard so I assume they're local guys. I've seen all the other guys quite a bit though because they all fight out of Philly and are promoted by Peltz.

Everyone knows Ouma's story so with a win here he can get right back in the picture for a belt at 154. K9 is tough and Ouma looked as bad as I've ever seen him in his last fight so hopefully he can regain the incredible form he had in 03-early 05 and regained a little in 06.

Mike Jones is a crazy awesome looking prospect with devastating power. Jones's original opponent was a decent fighter and would have given Jones his toughest fight yet but he ducked out of the fight and instead Peltz replaced him with an even tougher Sanders who has wins over Emanuel Clottey and has only ever been knocked out once in 32 fights by a prime Teddy Reid. If Jones looks good on this national stage he could have a chance at a title shot in only his 15th or 16th pro fight. People may think that is a premature statement but Jones is an absolute killer although his frame will probably force him up to 154 soon.

Two undefeated kids at 140 go at each other with Hank Lundy who is another prospect out of Philly who has looked great destroying a few lesser guys down here fights Darnell Jiles who
 
Remember the name Kassim "The Dream" Ouma.

If he's on point tomorrow you'll like what you see.
 
Lundy vs Jiles will be a good fight to watch, Jiles turned pro at 18 and has fast hands but very little pop. He faces a slightly older Lundy who has looked great against limited comp, this one could steal the show.
 
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