SF boxer Karim Mayfield hopes to fight at Kezar in June

San Francisco junior welterweight boxer Karim Mayfield is no longer represented by promoter Top Rank after his agreement ended, it was announced Tuesday.

Mayfield (18-1-1, 11 KOs) is coming off his first loss a pro to Thomas Dulorme on March 29, but is planning to fight in San Francisco at Kezar Pavilion as soon as June against an opponent to be determined.

“Now that I'm a free agent, I feel I have more options to compete against other fighters in the top ten of my division,” Mayfield said in a statement. “One loss is not going to stop me from trying to accomplish my goal of becoming a world champion.”

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