Adrian Hernandez Mulling Germany, Argentina Offers

By Pepe Rodriguez/WBC 

The WBC flyweight champion, Mexican Adrian “Big Bang” Hernandez, revealed today that he has received offers for the next defense of his title either in Germany or Argentina.

"My sponsors have deals to defend my belt in Germany or Argentina”, said Hernandez at a press conference held at the WBC headquarters in Mexico City, after his victory last Saturday against Dirceu Cabarca from Panama.

During the press conference, Mauricio Sulaiman, who was representing his father said:

Adrian Hernandez has been named  "Big Bang" from HUBLOT

The champion, who has won 26 fights with 16 of them by way of knockout, confirmed that his next defense will be in April, and the venue will depend on the decision of his promoter Sergio Cortez.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by lopez36 on 01-17-2013

whenever I see fights in argentina the first thing that comes to mind is a very long time ago juan martin coggi fought eder gonzalez,with jesse lozada being the commentator,that was an awful fight to watch,short rounds,ref helping out the…

Comment by okrick on 01-17-2013

Germany hasn't light flyweight boxers, or flyweights, or superfly - bantam - superbantam ones (Meyerdiercks is a featherweight boxer). Well, light flyweight division doesn't exist in Europe (in EBU).

Comment by nycsmooth on 01-17-2013

the Big bang wasn't there last Sat vs Cabarca, never came close 2 getting him out, but it was one of those bouts...Hernandez should do well wherever, but noticed he's starting to cut more now...

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (3)
Top Headlines Joseph Parker's Coach: I Really Like Andy Ruiz's Style For Us Trainer: Smith's Pressure, Power Will Take Care of Bernard Hopkins Lemieux Targets Canelo Showdown - Catch-Weight is Ruled Out Daily Bread Mailbag: Golovkin-Jacobs, Kovalev-Ward, Aaron Pryor Long-Reigning Lefties - Pacquiao, Hagler, Martinez, Winky, More Browne Shreds Whyte: You're Euro Level, an Ugly Motherf***er Boxer Tries To Leave The Ring Mid-Count After Being Dropped Roach: Pacquiao Has Been Hurting Me, Expect a Different Manny! Former World Champion Seriously Injured, Attacked With a Sword "Fighting Words" - Breaking Down 2016's Fighter of the Year Race Golovkin's Coach: GGG Beats Kovalev, Ward and Stevenson David Lemieux: I'm Not 100% Satisfied With The Rios Win Klitschko Confirms Title Fight, Won't Confirm The Opponent Sergey Lipinets To Face Lenny Z on Charlo vs. Williams PBC Card Photos: David Lemieux Powers Past Cristian Fabian Rios Joseph Parker vs. Andy Ruiz Could Head To The United States Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs. Dominik Britsch on December 10 Erik Morales, Marco Antonio Barrera No Longer Rivals - Photo Roy Jones: If No Canelo, Golovkin Must Take a Risk and Move Up! Video: Buboy Fernandez Breaks Down Pacquiao vs. Vargas Bout Video: Manny Pacquiao Discusses Camp, Vargas Fight, More Roy Jones Jr: I'm Addicted To Boxing, No Retirement Right Now Frankie Gavin Rules Out Retirement, Wants Eggington Rematch Parker's Promoter Faces Resistance on Funding For Ruiz Event Frank Warren Details Thoughts on WBA/WBO Heavyweight Belts Jorge Linares Targets Mikey Garcia, Hopes To Face Him in 2017 Judah: Brook Showed Golovkin is Not Invincible, Canelo Can Win Photos: Sam Eggington Drills Frankie Gavin in Birmingham War Photos: Craig Cunningham Shocks Anthony Ogogo By TKO Pacquiao's Co-Trainer Expects Vargas To Fall in Later Rounds Chavez Sr: My Son Will Continue Relationship With Al Haymon De La Hoya: I Knew Pacquiao Would Beat Me Up, I Was a Dead Man Provodnikov, Pirog, Avanesyan, Troyanovsky Part of Reality Show Eduardo Hernandez Blasts Out Victor Terrazas in Two Rounds Luis Nery Closes in on Title Shot at Bantamweight David Lemieux Dominates Cristian Fabian Rios, Wins Decision Steven Butler Crushes Trotter in One, Maduma is Upset Photos: Manny Pacquiao Mobbed as He Arrives in Los Angeles Kevin Lerena Edges Micki Nielsen: Budler, Van Heerden Win Mikey Garcia Aims To Make a Statement With Dejan Zlaticanin

Latest Active Forum Threads