Advertisement
Advertisement

Arce-Santos To Be Carried By Solo Boxeo on UniMas

This coming Saturday, March 8th, from the Macaroplaza in Nogales, Mexico - Solo Boxeo Tecate will return to UniMas with a ten round featherweight attraction. In the main event, former four division world champion JORGE ARCE, 62-7-1, 47 KOs of Los Mochis will continue his hunt for another world title, as he faces the capable ALDIMIR SANTOS, 19-7, 10 KOs of Brazil. The Solo Boxeo telecast will begin at midnight on the East Coast, 11 pm Central and Pacific.

Tags: Jorge Arce image  
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nycsmooth on 03-04-2014

Arce is @ the end, even though he wims on Sat...UniMas paid the least, they are not noted 4 paying out big tv $$...still Arce usually gives it his all, except 4 a few times, and fans should watch this…

Comment by lutenco on 03-03-2014

JORGE ARCE is probably the boxer less talent that won more i've ever seen,his determination/courage/balls/craziness are something unbealivable!!![IMG][QUOTE][url]http://gifsoup.com/view/4992333/hbo-ring-girls.html[/url][/QUOTE][/IMG]

Comment by Corelone on 03-03-2014

Gary Russell is now in line to fight TBA for a title. Arce isn't up to the job at 126, but if he wins this next fight, we can change his name to TBA. Russell has fought TBA so many…

Comment by VAGAB0ND on 03-03-2014

Hopefully Arce wins. I'd like to see Arce vs. Gradovich later this year. Arce would get his title shot at 126, and I'm sure Gradovich wouldn't mind the opportunity to add Arce's name to his resume.

Post a Comment/View More User Comments (4)
Top Headlines Roach: Not Scared of Atlas, Don't Give a Sh*t About His Stories! McGuigan Warns Joshua To Avoid Charles Martin, For Now Frank Warren: British Boxing Showing Strength With Title Fights Promoter: Bradley Should Not Target Pacquiao's Shoulder Deontay Wilder is on a Mission To 'Beat Povetkin, Unify All Titles' Golovkin's Coach: No Catch-Weight For Amir Khan Cano: I Have The Experience To Beat Lucas Matthysse Barrera: With a Good Strategy, Canelo Can Beat Golovkin Arum: Gilberto Ramirez is The Complete Opposite of Chavez Jr. Daniel Roman Continues To Roll Forward, Beats Robles Thurman: Brook Went 12, Do I Stop Porter? I Plan To Hurt Him! Marquez, Sulaiman Disagree on Canelo-Khan Being Mismatch Photos/Weights: Alex Saucedo vs. Clarence Booth, More Roy Jones Jr. To Fight Again - Against a 'Fan' in Odd PPV Event! Gabriel Campillo Explains Decision To Retire From Boxing Eddie Gomez Extends Pact With Golden Boy Promotions Roman Martinez-Miguel Berchelt Lands at Poliforum Zamna, 3/12 Thurman: Khan Took 'Easier' Canelo, Brook Tougher For Him McJoe Arroyo-Jerwin Ancajas Heads To The Philippines on 4/16 Povetkin's Promoter: I Think We'll Reach Wilder Deal Without Bids McWilliams Arroyo Confident He Can Shock Roman Gonzalez Froch: I Think About a Comeback Every Day, But I'm Realistic Felix Verdejo Has April Fight Set For Puerto Rico Willie Monroe Return is Pushed Back After Opponent Snafu Santa Cruz vs. Martinez: Hunter, Mendez, Marrero Added Marquez: Khan Can Win, But Canelo Can KO Him at Any Time Roman Gonzalez-McWilliams Arroyo Done For Golovkin-Wade Avtandil Khurtsidze, Giovanni Lorenzo Set For Broadway Boxing Vargas Predicts He'll Make Sadam Ali Quit; 'Not On My Level' Wlodarczyk Faces Brudov on 3/4, Shumenov in Play For April Abel Sanchez Not Viewing Andre Ward's Inactivity as Advantage Quigg Motivated By Fear of Losing as Frampton Bout Nears Khan: Mayweather, Pacquiao Would Be Easier Than Canelo! Ballisai Replaces Kevin Mitchell in Tatli EBU Title Fight on 3/18 Pungluang Sor Singyu Retains WBO Belt With Technical Nod Win Mayweather Stumped on Who Would Win Fury vs. Wilder Floyd Mayweather: Timing Was Not Right For Amir Khan Bout Roy Jones Jr. and Kevin Mitchell: A Tale of Two Retirements McWilliams Arroyo Creeps In, Eyed For Roman Gonzalez Bout Marquez Says There Have Been Talks For Miguel Cotto Bout
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement