By Miguel Rivera
Los Mochis, Sinaloa - The tension is heating up. Whne Fernando Montiel and Victor Terrazes met face to face at the final press conference for this Saturday's clash, both boxers promised to win by knockout. The debut event of the newly established company Kochul Productions, run by the Montiel family, will take place at the Centennial Sports center. The vacant WBC silver super bantamweight title will be on the line.
The entire Montiel family was involved in putting the show together, with trainer/manager Manuel "Cochul" Montiel, and his sons Manuel Jr., Peter, Eduardo and Fernando, putting together the entire show.
"Victor Terrazas is a tough opponent but we chose him because we wanted to present a great fight, because that's what we want to present now that we're promoters with my brothers and my father, and we have taken great pains in selecting an opponent in this division but I know I can beat Terrazas," Montiel said.
Terrazas was clear in stating that he believes the fight will end in a knockout.
"I have seen the errors of Montiel and I imagine there will be knockout in the ring. I will present the best of me, but I assure you that I'm well prepared and I'm going in there to get a knockout," Terrazas said.
In the ten round co-feature, super welterweight veteran Luis Ramon "Yori Boy" Campas and rookie Jorge "Demon" Cota will collide.
"I'm coming to win by knockout or decision. I am well prepared. The "Demon" [Jorge Cota] is a good prospect, comes forward, so I think I made a good decision," Campas said.