On Feb. 13, welterweight prospects Alex Saucedo and Clarence Booth will square off in the main event of UniMas’ ‘Solo Boxeo Tecate.’
Oscar Valdez represented Mexico in two Olympic Games but the featherweight prospect’s childhood was spent in Tucson, Arizona, where he headlines on Saturday.
Unbeaten U.S. Olympian Jose Ramirez faces Johnny Garcia tonight in an eight-round UniMas-televised main event in Fresno, beginning at 11 p.m. ET/ PT.
Having injured his hand in his last bout on June 13, unbeaten lightweight Felix Verdejo will return to action on Oct. 31.
Now testing the waters at 135 pounds, Jose Felix Jr. looks to make a mark in a division with opportunity to spare.
Undefeated junior welterweight Jose Carlos Ramirez will headline ‘Solo Boxeo Tecate’ on Sept. 26 in Lemoore, Calif.
Nonito Donarie and 2012 U.S. Olympian Jose Ramirez will headline an UniMas-televised card on July 18 at The Venetian Macao’s Cotai Arena in Macau.
On Saturday night, lightweight Saul Rodriguez and welterweight Alex Saucedo will share the spotlight in separate eight-round bouts at the Florentine Gardens in Hollywood, Calif. to be televised on UniMas’ “Solo Boxeo Tecate.”
Coming off the longest break in his career, undefeated Puerto Rican prospect Felix Verdejo returns to the ring on Saturday night in an UniMas broadcast.
Featherweight prospect Oscar Valdez knocked out Jose Ramirez in the third round on Saturday in Laredo, Texas. In the opening bout of the UniMas telecast, middleweight prospect Esquiva Falcao won a one-sided six round unanimous decision over Omar Rojas.
A case of chicken pox knocked Saul Rodriguez-Jerry Nardo off Saturday’s card in Glendale, California, but they will be replaced by once-beaten junior lightweights Sergio Nunez and Angel Rodriguez in the main event.
Both undefeated, lightweight Ivan Najera and welterweight Alex Saucedo share an UniMas-televised Top Rank Promotions bill on Saturday.