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 Last update:  2/28/2012       Read more by Random Hits         
   
Lonnie Smith-Vicente Escobedo on March 3, Solo Boxeo
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Las Vegas -- Super-featherweight prospect “El Negro Mexicano” Lonnie Smith (14-2-2, 10 KOs) will face off against former world title challenger Vicente Escobedo (24-3, 14 KOs) on March 3rd in Woodland, CA for the WBO NABO Jr. Lightweight Title.  The Smith vs. Escobedo bout is scheduled for ten rounds and will headline Telefutura’s Solo Boxeo Series (check local listings).

This is by far the most important fight in Lonnie Smith’s career.  Even after a string of bout fall-outs, nothing deterred him from continuing to work hard in the gym. The 24 year old is excited and prepared for this opportunity.

“I’m a gym rat that doesn’t stop working.” Says Smith. “I have been focused and working very hard. This fight means everything.”

Smith is known for his action-packed fighting style. Although he promises to always deliver excitement in the ring, he is looking forward to showing boxing fans the improvements he has made in the gym.

“I hope that the people who have seen me fight before see the growth and maturity in my fighting style. I believe I have come a long way from just being a puncher. I am dedicated to improving my craft each fight.”

Smith lives in Las Vegas and trains with Skipper Kelp. Kelp is a former world-ranked welterweight, but has developed a reputation as a great boxing trainer.

Vicente Escobedo is a big step up in competition for Lonnie Smith.  Along with facing Michael Kadsidis for the interim WBO world title in 2009, he went the distance against current interim WBO and interim WBA world titlist Robert Gurrero in 2010. In Escobedo’s last fight, he beat former world champion, Rocky Juarez.

To make Smith’s task even tougher, the upcoming fight is taking place at the Woodland Community Senior Center in Escobedo’s hometown.  Smith remains confident, nonetheless.

“I am only going to Woodland, CA for a win!”

On Saturday, a young, hungry prospect is pitted against an experienced, skillful world title challenger. Lonnie Smith vs. Vicente Escobedo is a can't-miss for boxing fans!

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comment by Erik K, on 02-28-2012
Anyone going to this card?

comment by Eaner0919, on 02-28-2012
[quote=Carlos Alberto]If Escobedo wins, Golden Boy will put him in against Broner on the Peterson vs Khan unndercard. That's a good fight IMO.[/quote] certainly tall enough

comment by Carlos Alberto, on 02-28-2012
If Escobedo wins, Golden Boy will put him in against Broner on the Peterson vs Khan unndercard. That's a good fight IMO.

comment by FXDaKid, on 02-28-2012
Run into Lonnie out here a lot in Vegas and have checked out his sparring in preparation for the fight.. The dude is a little beast and fights an all-action style.. Win or lose he's always worth watching...

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