The former world champion of the International Boxing Federation (IBF, for its acronym in English), Miguel “Títere” Vazquez from Jalisco, and Nicaraguan classified Oliver “Trombita” Flores, declared themselves in weight and ready to compete for the Fedelatin championship of the World Boxing Association (WBA), in the lightweight division.
After exceeding the requirement of the weigh-in, Vázquez and Flores are preparing to star in the stellar duel of the hot card, you can enjoy this Saturday night at the Verité Social Venue in Monterrey, Nuevo León, which can be seen in Latin America through the screens from Combate Space, in the United States through ESPN + in association with Top Rank, and in the rest of the world through IFL TV.
In the weigh-in ceremony that took place this Friday afternoon in the capital of New Leon, the first to step on the scale was the “Puppet” Vázquez, who registered a weight of 60,800 kilograms, followed by the Central American “Trombita” Flores, who scored a weight of 61,000 kilograms, being suitable for what is predicted a “high voltage” combat.
WAR OF THE GIANTS
In another stellar duel of the undercard offered by Miura Boxing Promotions, headed by Manuel Garrido, and MTK Global, which is represented in Latin America by Mariana Caballero, the American giant Brandon Moore (110,900 kg) exposes the WBC USNBC Silver heavyweight championship, against Jesús Ángel “Dandy” Nerio (98,000 kg) from Monterrey.
DUELS WITH THE SCENT OF TNT
The tremendous knockout from Chiapas Jimerr “Mortero” Espinosa (63,400 kg) faces the Jalisco Jorge Luis ‘Silenástico’ Melendez (62,800 kg), eight rounds in super lightweight, in one of the battles that has attracted the most attention.
Cuban American Neslan “Pitbull” Machado (56,600 kg), former WBA International champion, will face Alan “Malagueño” Salazar (56,200 kg) from the capital, in an eight-round super bantamweight duel; the capital fighter Christian Uruzquieta (67,800 kg) will face the Coahuila Juan “Veneno” Ocura (66,900 kg), eight episodes in super lightweight, Puerto Rican Jonathan “Geo Don” Lopez (57,900 kg), will fight with the Durango Jorge “Chocolate” Amaya ( 57,600 kg), eight rounds at featherweight.
Dominican Hendri Cedeño (63,300 kg) will face Oscar Moreno (62,400 kg) from the capital, four rounds in super lightweight; Julio “Canelito” Luna from Durango (68,100 kg), will fight eight rounds at welterweight with David “Nene” Rangel (66,700 kg); Monterrey’s Aarón “Supermán” Silva (73,400 kg), will face Juan Carlos “Chiflado” Rojas (73,900 kg) from Coahuila, six rounds at middleweight; and the Colombian Jhonatan “Momo” Romero (61,400 kg), will face the Coahuila Saúl “Fantasma” Gutiérrez (61,900 kg), six tabdas in super featherweight.