Photos: Humberto Soto vs Motoki Sasaki Final Presser
By Miguel Rivera
WBC lightweight world titleholder Humberto Soto (55-7-2, 32 KOs) was present for the final press conference to hype Saturday's title defense against Motoki Sasaki (36-8-1, 23 KOs) of Japan. The card take place in Cozumel, Mexico, and it will be televised by Televisa. This will be the first fight for Soto as a free agent after breaking ties with Zanfer Promotions. Photos by the WBC.
after Soto beats Sasaki, Soto should next fight at 140lbs and see if he can get Bradley, Khan or anyone to fight him, unless they're scared of him. Then after 140lbs, Soto can still climb up to 147lbs and wipe-out…Comment by MexicanPoster on 06-25-2011
looks like none of the cable/sat channels will air this fight live, outside of Mexico, but you can watch it live online at: [url]http://beforeitsnews.com/story/750/443/HBO_TV_Humberto_Soto_vs_Motoki_Sasaki_Live_Streaming_HBO_Boxing_Game_HD_TV_CHANNEL_Link.html[/url] :boxing:Comment by MexicanPoster on 06-24-2011
[QUOTE=Solitario;10735443]That previous guy is overhyping Soto, but he did try to land the big fights back in his days at Super Featherweight when he was koing everyone. Anthony Peterson who? I'm not saying Peterson is a bum, but people were…Comment by Solitario on 06-23-2011
[QUOTE=Carlos Alberto;10735275]Wrong! None of the big names want to fight him because he underperforms most of the time. He fights very well one fight and lays an egg for the next three or four (Joan Guzman, David Diaz, Gamaliel Diaz,…Comment by Carlos Alberto on 06-23-2011
[QUOTE=LaMexicanMigra;10735372]None of the big names want to fight hims cause they're scared of Soto's power. Pac avoided Soto for more than 5 years and had his brother-Bobby take the bait, while Pac ran to fight easy fights with C-level boxers…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (9)