Junior welterweight Nicholas Irizarry will fight for the second time as a professional Saturday night when he faces Anthony Overby (the "O" in Overby stands for 0-12-- his pro record), at the UCF Arena in Orlando, Florida. The card is topped by a super flyweight main event of Dewayne Beamon(16-2-2) vs. Marvin Solano (22-4). Irizarry who is trained by Milton Lacroix, made his professional debut on October 12th in Southern California on the Ronald Johnson-Sergio Ramirez undercard. Irizarry overwhelmed Johnie White, stopping him on his feet in the second round. This will be Irizarry's second fight in two months and Ron Johnson's American Dream Promotions plans on keeping the 23 year-old very busy as he gains professional experience. "Irizarry is a very talented super lightweight prospect that will be a world champion in a few years. He has a very bright future in the sport and we plan on building him up the right way," Johnson explained. Saturday's card is promoted by Undisputed promotions and tickets are still available at Ticketmaster.com.