NORTH PROVIDENCE – Victoria D’Errico faced the toughest fight of her amateur career two weekends ago, and that wasn’t just because the North Providence lightweight boxer was fighting outside New England for the first time.

Fighting for the women’s championship in the main event of Barstool Sports’ Rough ‘N’ Rowdy 20, D’Errico stepped into the ring with one of the promotion’s most successful boxers in Karisa “Cherry Bomb” Lambert, who boasted a 6-0 record as a Rough ‘N’ Rowdy fighter and multiple championships on her resume.

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