JUANMA LOPEZ, MCJOE ARROYO AND BOMBA GONZALEZ ARRIVE IN MEXICO FOR THIS SATURDAY, APRIL 20
Puerto Rican Juan Manuel “Juanma” Lopez, McJoe Arroyo and Jonathan “Bomba” González arrived today in Mexico for their respective fights this Saturday, April 20, at the Arena Ciudad de Mexico, in a show headlined by the world title clash between Cristian Mijares and Victor Terrazas, in a Promociones Zanfer presentation in association with Top Rank and PR Best Boxing Promotions (PRBBP).
The former two time WBO champion Juanma Lopez (32-2, 29 KOs) will face a new foe in Mexican Gerardo Espinoza (29-13-1, 27 KOs) for a fight scheduled to 10 rounds in a 128 pounds limit. Lopez come off a ninth round TKO victory over Brazilian Aldimar Silva Santos on February 2, in Puerto Rico. Actually, Lopez is ranked #6 by the WBO in the featherweight division.
Meanwhile, McJoe Arroyo (12-0, 7 KOs), the IBF Latino superflyweight champion, will fight against Jairo “Roca” Hernández (12-2, 3 KOs) in a superflyweight bout scheduled to 10 rounds. Actually, McJoe Arroyo is the #8 WBO and #14 IBF ranked in the superflyweight division.
Bomba Gonzalez (12-0, 11 KOs) will face for an eight rounds flyweight fight, also Mexican Francisco “Marro” Perez (10-2, 5 KOs). Gonzalez, who is the World Boxing Organization (WBO) flyweight Youth champion and is ranked #14 by the WBO, come off a third round TKO win over Joseph Rios on March 23 in Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico.
Headlining this show, former world champion Cristian Mijares (47-6-2, 22 KOs) will fight against Victor Terrazas (36-2-1, 21 KOs) for the vacant World Boxing Council (WBC) superbantamweight title. Also in action, Top Rank prospect Gilberto Ramirez (24-0, 19 KOs) will face Dionisio Miranda (22-8-2, 19 KOs).
UK BOXING STAR JUNIOR SABA BEGINS LAS VEGAS TRAINING CAMP
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – (April 16, 2013) Eighteen year old UK boxing star Junior Saba has arrived in Las Vegas to start a one month training camp at the Mayweather Boxing Club. After an intense gym workout today at the Mayweather Boxing Club, Junior Saba is looking ready to take the American boxing scene by storm.
“Junior Saba is looking good in the gym, he is a young man on a mission who came to America to turn pro and become a future world champion. The boxing talent of Junior Saba is well beyond his age of eighteen. Boxing fans around the world lookout for Junior Saba he is a future world champion.” said Macke Roberts, U.S. based advisor for Junior Saba.
“It’s a dream for myself and Junior Saba to be back in Las Vegas training at the Mayweather Boxing Club. Some of the best fighters in the world train at the Mayweather Boxing Club and its a blessing for us to display our world class boxing talent in America.” said Tunde Ayaji, the trainer/manager of UK boxing star Junior Saba.
“We just got settled in Las Vegas around midnight this morning but where here in the gym putting in hard work. After Junior’s first gym workout things are looking good. Junior Saba and I are here in Las Vegas to show the boxing world that were one of the best boxing prospects in the world. Each day in the gym we plan to work harder and harder until we become a world champion.” said Tunde Ayaji, the trainer/manager of UK boxing star Junior Saba.
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