Thursday, February 11, 2016
Oscar Valdez
Featherweight prospect Oscar Valdez tells us about his career as a pro boxer

Oscar Valdez vs Cristian Barajas Pelea Nocaut Ultimo Round Entrevista

Abner Mares: Pre-Fight
Trainer talks Abner Mares next fight

Fighter Spotlight

Francisco Santana is now part of the Espinoza Boxing Club

Upcoming Fights

  • February 19th
  • Joet Gonzalez v. TBA
  • Belasco Theater
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • February 20th
  • Jessie Magdaleno v. TBA
  • Phoenix, AZ
  • March 25th
  • Emilio Sanchez v. TBA
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • March 25th
  • Antonio Orozco v. TBA
  • Fantasy Springs
  • Indio, CA
  • April 9th
  • Oscar Valdez v. Evgeny Gradovich
  • MGM Grand
  • Las Vegas, NV

  • Stay Tuned for More Upcoming Fights in 2016!

Message Board

"Champions aren't made in the gyms. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them - a desire, a dream, a vision." -Muhammad Ali

Mares vs Morel Now For Vacant WBC Super Bantam Title

Mexico's Abner Mares (23-0-1, 13KOs) will go for his second divisional title on April 21 in El Paso, Texas, according to the Executive Secretary of the World Boxing Council, Mauricio Sulaiman. Mares will face former champion Eric Morel (46-2, 23KOs) of Puerto Rico, and now the vacant WBC super bantamweight title is on the line. Showtime will televise the fight.

Orozsco Blasts Armenta

Antonio Orozsco continued his unbeaten welterweight campaign as he scored a resounding 4th round TKO over Rodolfo Armenta

Jose Hernandez: "I'm Just Looking Forward Now"

When it comes to prospects, glossy records attract all the attention. Unbeaten records, and, preferably, early knockout streaks catch the imagination of the fans. Matchmakers often struggle to search the world over for corpses just warm enough to pass for opponents to keep the unbeaten streaks alive. However, every prospect, inevitably, runs into a nut that is a lot harder to crack. Keeping that unbeaten record intact is the primary goal whether it be through intestinal fortitude or official ineptitude. Rip them with right crosses and left hooks or rip them off on the cards. That’s boxing’s unofficial version of six of one and half a dozen of the other.

Abraham Lopez vs. Gabriel Tolmajyan on March 16th

Earlier today featherweight Abraham "Chamaco" Lopez (16-0, 12 KOs) showcased his boxing skills at The Santa Fe Springs Activity Center in front of the boxing press and fight fans.

Vargas Outlasts Tyner in Ugly affair, Latimore Dodges a Bullet


Poise might have been the area that veteran Lanardo Tyner(25-7-2 15 ko’s) chose to target more than any other in his welterweight bout with prospect Jessie Vargas(18-0 9 ko’s), but the 22 year old showed composure beyond his years, and outlasted Tyner in an ugly ten round affair littered with fouls.

Q&A: Frank Espinoza

Frank Espinoza Sr. is one of the most successful west coast boxing managers in the last decade. His astute handling of the careers of former world champions, Israel Vazquez and Martin Castillo, proved to the boxing industry that he’s a force to be reckoned with. The proud East L.A. native hasn’t stopped there. He recently guided Abner Mares to a world title and has a stable-full of undefeated prospects that are making waves on just about every major television network. We caught up with Frank and he answered some questions

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