Jose Pedraza in Tough on 12/30, Then Returns on 1/28
By Jhonny Gonzalez
Jose Pedraza is training through the holidays as he prepares for a very important fight in his career. Pedraza (5-0, 4KOs) will face the toughest test of his pro run with veteran Ira Terry (24-7, 14KOs) in the other corner. The two fighters will clash in a junior lightweight bout for a regional title under the World Boxing Council on December 30th at the Morongo Casino Resort & Spa, in Cabazon, California. The card is headlined by the ring return of former champion Jermain Taylor. Showtime is televising Taylor's return.
There won't be a big break period, as he returns on January 28th in his hometown of Cidra, Puerto Rico.
"We're training hard, but I'm happy. We are going to get the win, then take a week off and return to the gym to train for the 28th in Cidra, in front of my people. This victory for the [regional] title is what I want for Christmas. And then I'll top it off with a win on January 28th for my people in Cidra, who always supported me," Pedraza said to Jose Sanchez.
Thats a huge jumpin terms of level of oposition!! I hope he pulls through!Comment by lluisone on 12-22-2011
I think he is going too fast ......that guy have more experience :wtf:Comment by sangresabia on 12-22-2011
War cidra, puñeta!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 12-22-2011
Thats a big step up but he can do itComment by Rikanlynx86 on 12-22-2011
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