By Elisinio Gonzalez
Celestino "Pelenchin" Caballero is not worried about the WBA's recent order featherweight mandatory challenger Nicholas Walters before October 2nd. The sanctioning organization has already ordered a purse bid for September 13 in Panama, but Caballero is not worried about the purse bid or the possibility of being stripped of his "regular" title under the WBA.
According to Caballero, he plans to move in the direction given to him by TMT Promotions, the promotional company recently started by rapper 50 Cent.
"Of course I do not mind [being stripped]. When I started in the boxing world I didn't have a world title. I am ready to get another world title in another organization," said Caballero.
Cabellero says he is scheduled to return on November 17th, as part of TMT's first boxing event.
"The company who signed me have their first event on the 17th of November. They pay me to fight. The WBA does not pay me to fight. I will obey what I'm told to do by [TMT]. I'll obey whatever I'm told by my promoter. If the order is to defend against Walters, then I'll fight him," he said.