10 rounds @ light welterweight. Headlining a Wednesday edition of ShoBox, a week from tonight. Both are undefeated. Both have faced threadbare competition thus far. Solano is a pretty straightforward phonebooth slugger. Horrible footwork and balance in general, and not particularly educated hands either. Defensively he only has the one tool in his belt - a stationary peek-a-boo, no head movement or pivots. What he does have going for him is that he throws home run swings frequently in the inside (although his power and Williams's whiskers are both question marks at this point) and he's a southpaw, something Williams has had difficulty with (drawing with Trigger Tre'Sean Wiggins last time out. Neither man has fought since 2019.