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Leo Santa Cruz-Victor Terrazas: Golden Boy Wins Bid

By Rick Reeno

BoxingScene.com has been advised that Golden Boy Promotions won the WBC's purse bid for the mandatory fight between WBC super bantamweight champion Victor Terrazas (37-2-1, 21KOs) and mandatory challenger Leo Santa Cruz (24-0-1, 14KOs). Golden Boy bid $526,000, while Zanfer Promotions put down $451,000.

The belt became vacant when Abner Mares moved up to the featherweight division. Terrazas captured the title last month with a close twelve round split decision over Cristian Mijares.

Golden Boy was represented at today's purse bid by Ramiro "Dinero" Gonzalez, who now holds a 4-0 record in purse bids. Gonzalez credits his fast climb in the purse bid pound-for-pound ranks to "hard work, dedication and math skills." Before he participates, Gonzalez holds his lucky charm and lights a Catholic candle. He whispers a few prayers and then enters the purse bid to clean house.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Joey_Torreo on 05-31-2013

How long has terrazzas been with Zanfer? Around the Montiel fight he was promoted by canelo

Comment by Cali boxer on 05-31-2013

It's time santa cruz headlines his own card at the home depot. If he gets put on the undercard he won't make as much as he can as he would headlining

Comment by Young Herschel on 05-31-2013

[QUOTE=HardAss;13438662]plz be on the undercard[/QUOTE] I really want Rigondeaux vs. Mares on the card as co-main event. I don't think Mayweather Promotions will pay for both but they [I]could[/I] if Leonard Ellerbe and Richard Scafer really want to stack the…

Comment by Elinmortal on 05-31-2013

santa cruz is one of my favorites.he reminds me of margarito with the plaster.a beast

Comment by HardAss on 05-31-2013

plz be on the undercard

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