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Photos/Weights: David Sanchez vs. Marco Demecillo

By Rafael Soto

The weights are in for the clash between David Sánchez and Filipino Marco Demecillo, headlining a Zanfer Promotions event on Saturday night from Hermosillo, Mexico and televised by Azteca 7, La Casa del Boxeo. El “Tornado” Sánchez (23-2-2, 18 KO’s) and Marco Demecillo (19-1-1, 14 KO’s) have promised to punish each other in the contest. Also on the card, Felipe “Gallo” Orucuta (28-2-0, 23 KO’s) will face Efraín “Matador” Pérez (16-4-0, 11 KO’s).

WEIGHTS FROM HERMOSILLO

David Sánchez              115 lbs    Marco Demecillo *115 lbs

Felipe Orucuta              115.7       Efraín Pérez                  116

Francisco Rodríguez     112.4         Ernesto Guerrero 113

Gerardo Verde             108           Angel Montes             109 lbs

Jesús Ortega               116.4       Josué Valenzuela 116.4

Luis Castro          112.9             Gilberto Rodríguez        114.2

Jonathan Sánchez         116.9         Víctor Contreras  117.9

José Luis Castillo Jr.     124.1         Pedro Almidon             126

 *Second try

 

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