Canelo-Trout: Andres Gutierrez Faces Salvador Sanchez II
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.
If you really know boxing, you would know about Salvador Sanchez the greatest champ from Mexico. at 23 he accomplished more than any other boxer in mindComment by RVABoxer on 03-26-2013
I was hoping I'd never see this guy on a televised fight again he's embarrassingComment by kiaba360 on 03-26-2013
I hope this is the only throw-away fight on the televised under-card.Comment by richardt on 03-26-2013
This guy has shamed the Sanchez name. The hair, the pants, and other things and zero star power. A club fighter whose story might woo networks who don't know better. Pathetic. The great Sanchez is one of my 3 favorite…Comment by KTFO on 03-26-2013
Crap fight! Sanchez II has no business being televised on Fox Deportes let alone SHO Championship Boxing. Airing a bum like Sanchez II is why GBP moved their stable to SHO, they can air whoever they want. Gutierrez seems like…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (18)