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Jose Pedraza Making Noise in The Spanish Markets

by Rey Colon

Lightweight super prospect José Pedraza, whose debut on Feb. 18 was spectacular, will allegedly will be the cover of the March issue of ESPN Magazine Espanol, according to sources. Pedraza, who was an international star, winning many medals including gold at the Central American and Caribbean Games in 2010.

His projection as a future world champion like Miguel Cotto and Juan Manuel Lopez apparently caught the attention of the magazine which outlined his history in boxing in a three-page interview.

So impressed the promoters Javier Bustillo, Gary Shaw and Lou DiBella already placed him at a function in New York for his second pro fight on March 29, and it will mark his professional debut outside of Puerto Rico.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 03-03-2011

this kid will be the greatest from pr if he works hard and stays hungry

Comment by el malo on 03-03-2011

[QUOTE=ELHURACAN58;10181462]Pedraza is good ibet that he will ko everybody at his weight he is too tough for his opponents especially mexicans i bet juan manuel marquez will duck him and then brandon rios will start running for his momma Pedraza…

Comment by ELHURACAN58 on 03-03-2011

Pedraza is good ibet that he will ko everybody at his weight he is too tough for his opponents especially mexicans i bet juan manuel marquez will duck him and then brandon rios will start running for his momma Pedraza…

Comment by el malo on 03-03-2011

wow thats pretty good considering he just made his debut a few weeks ago. this kid must be the real deal.

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