@allstarboxinginc “MARAVILLA” LÓPEZ AND “MESERITO” RODRÍGUEZ COME TO THE SCALE. Boxing Telemundo this Friday 11:35 pm
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Ganigan “Maravilla” Lopez and Ricardo “Meserito” Rodriguez, beat the scale on Thursday afternoon in what was the official weighing ceremony in the facilities of the Box Commission of Mexico City, both seek to take over the vacant Championship Latino flyweight of the World Boxing Council in what will be the stellar commitment of the evening that presents All Star Boxing Inc and Sports Productions.
Lopez (34-8 and 19 KO’s) who was already world champion, knows that a triumph of this caliber would return him to the top of the world rankings, with a view to once again contesting a world crown, for his part , Rodriguez (16-6 and 5 KO’s) looks for a win that allows him to have a second chance that allows him to reach the dream of becoming a world champion.
During its passage through the scale, Lopez de Amecameca in the State of Mexico gave 50 kilograms, while Rodriguez who lives in California, United States, marked 51,800 kilograms on his first attempt, for the second attempt he gave 50,800 kilos.
This will be the main battle of the evening that will be broadcast by the Telemundo Deportes signal and its different platforms starting at 11:35 ET.
As a semifinal meeting of the night, Jerson Aguilar (61,200 kilos) from Mexico City faces Eduardo Hernández Rizo (60,300 kilos) from the State of Mexico in combat at 8 rounds in lightweight.
The special fight of the night will be a clash of young punters from the capital, Martín Escamilla (61,500 kilos) against César Soriano (61,600 kilos), fight at 6 rounds in lightweight.
Kevin Salgado (70,200 kilos) from Mexico City faces Marco Valentín Chino Villa (69 kilos) also from CDMX at 6 rolls in super welterweight.
In commitments to 4 rounds: Adolfo Granados (56 kilos) from Mexico City collides with Luis Ortiz Colín (57,500 kilos) also from the capital in featherweight.
Juan González Rosas (53,800 kilos) from Mexico City before Jesús Figueroa Martínez (53 kilos) from the State of México en gallo.
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