By Miguel Rivera
Rising Mexican prospect Andres "Jaguar" Gutierrez (25-0-1, 21KOs) will take another important step in his successful career, as he goes for the vacant WBC silver super bantamweight world championship. The young boxer, 19-years-old, is trained by Don Chepo and Edison Reynoso - and promoted by Canelo Promotions. Guetierrez will face Salvador Sanchez II (30-5-3, 18KOs) on April 20 in San Antonio, Texas. In the main event, Saul "Canelo" Alvarez faces Austin Trout in a junior middleweight unification.
"I am thrilled to once again participate on a card involving my friend Canelo, and to get the opportunity to face the nephew of the legendary Sal Sanchez. We wanted the fight with Sanchez for a long time, and now I finally get my chance to show that I'm ready for big challenges," said Gutierrez.