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Josue Vargas Back in Las Vegas Training Ahead of Summer Return

Josue Vargas is back training in Las Vegas (Photo: ClockInNotOut)

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By Chris Robinson

Young Josue Vargas is officially back in Las Vegas training for his return to the ring.

Vargas, 18, has been training inside of the Mayweather Boxing Club the past few weeks and recently spoke with my colleague 1Tarrell of www.ClockInNotOut.com.

Diving Into Las Vegas’ Food Truck Scene

Colleague 1Tarrell at a recent food truck rally in Las Vegas (Photo: Hustle Boss)

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By Chris Robinson

There has always been something about food trucks that has been appealing.

Defined as a “large vehicle equipped to cook and sell food”, a food truck is just like a mobile restaurant. Whether you are looking for something savory or sweet, no matter what time of the day and depending on your location, you are likely to find a food truck nearby that can satisfy your needs.

VIDEO: Inside the Culture + Exhibit at ASD Market Week in Las Vegas

Hustle Boss was present for the first 2017 ASD Market Week at the Las Vegas Convention Center (Photo: Hustle Boss)

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By Chris Robinson

This week in Las Vegas, ASD Market Week took place, and I knew this year was one that I wasn’t going to miss.

Inside of the Las Vegas Convention Center just North of the Strip, one of the year’s top retail merchandise trade shows took place, and I was able to discover a wide array of brands during my three days on the scene.

PHOTOS: Ashley Theophane grabs win #40 in Las Vegas at Sam’s Town

Ashley Theophane scored a unanimous decision victory over  Yakubu Amidu on Friday night (Photo: 1Tarell #ClockInNotOut)

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By Chris Robison

On Friday night, Dec. 2, former title challenger Ashley “Treasure” Theophane returned to the ring to score his 40th pro victory in besting Ghanaian veteran Yakubu Amidu over ten rounds inside  of the Sam’s Town Hotel & Gambling Hall in Las Vegas, Nev.

Theophane ups his record to 40-7-1 with 11 knockouts while Amidu drops to 21-9-2 with 19 knockouts. Now working with former champion Lou Del Valle, Theophane was in great shape and boxed well enough to clearly take the fight, winning by scores of 100-90, 97-93, and 96-94.