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Photos/Weights: Gonzalez-Cuevas, Oquendo-Martinez

TOA BAJA, PUERTO RICO - The weights are in for Friday's big show. Undefeated José "Chelo" González and top contender Jonathan "Polvo" Oquendo will co-headline the third edition of the series "A Puno Limpio" at the coliseum Antonio R. Barcelo in Toa Baja, in a presentation by PR Best Boxing Promotions (PRBBP), which will be seen through WAPA America and WAPA 2.

Gonzalez (15-0 and 11 knockouts) will face Mexico's Jose Gerardo "Pipino" Cuevas Jr. (14-6 and 12 KOs), son of former world champion Jose "Pipino" Cuevas, for the vacant WBO Intercontinental title, while Oquendo (20-2 and 13 knockouts) will face Jesus "Changa" Martinez (18-7 and 11 knockouts).

FULL PHOTOS AND WEIGHTS

(WBO Intercontinental Title 135lbs – 10 Rounds)

JOSÉ G. “PIPINO” CUEVAS JR. – 135 lbs. VS.   JOSÉ GONZÁLEZ – 135 lbs.

Chihuaha, México (14-6, 12KO’s)                   Toa Baja, Puerto Rico (15-0, 11KO’s)

(126lbs – 10 Rounds)

ADOLFO LANDEROS – Will weigh later  VS.  JONATHAN OQUENDO – 126.5 lbs.

Hidalgo, México (21-19-1, 10KO’s)              Vega Alta, Puerto Rico (20-2, 13KO’s)

(114lbs – 4 Rounds)

IVAN MOXEY – 112 lbs.   VS.     JONATHAN GONZÁLEZ – 114 lbs.

Nassau, Bahamas (2-3, 1KO’s)    Caguas, Puerto  Rico (2-0, 2KO’s)

(140lbs – 6 Rounds)

KEIVY ARCE – 141.5 lbs.    VS.     LUIS JOEL GONZÁLEZ – 140 lbs.

Moca, Puerto Rico (4-6-1, 2KO’s)     Bayamón, Puerto Rico (6-0-1, 4KO’s)

(142lbs – 4 Rounds)

JOSÉ COLLAZO – Will weigh later    VS.     ANTONIO SÁNCHEZ – 142 lbs.

San Juan, Puerto Rico (2-1, 2KO’s)     Toa Baja, Puerto Rico (3-0-1, 3KO’s)

(139lbs – 4 Rounds)

RADAMÉS VÉLEZ – 140 lbs.    VS.     KEN ÁLVAREZ – 137 lbs.

Yauco, Puerto Rico (1-1, 1KO’s)     Toa Baja, Puerto Rico (Pro Debut)

(117lbs – 4 Rounds)

JONATHAN GONZÁLEZ – Will weigh later        VS.     JONEL NIEVES – 115 lbs.

Vega Alta, Puerto Rico (0-1)         Toa Baja, Puerto Rico (Pro Debut)

(137lbs – 4 Rounds)

FERNANDO RAMOS – 134 lbs.    VS.     FRANCISCO OCASIO – 136.5 lbs.

HOMETOWN (Pro Debut)              Toa Alta, Puerto Rico (Pro Debut)

TV TRANSMISION WILL START AT 9:00 P.M. ON WAPA AMERICA TO THE USA

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by lluisone on 06-02-2011

War my brothers!!!..... LOOKING GOOD.. OQUENDO LOOK STRONG AN CHELO TOO ...BUT CUEVAS LOOK LIKE HE WORKOUT WITH CORONAS ... :boxing:

Comment by Kannabis Kid on 06-02-2011

Lol not everyone is benitez i always see that get mentioned like everyone is automatically suppose to win at a certain age, for Canelos age hes gaining experience and theirs nothing wrong with it, hes fought better opposition than Wilfredo…

Comment by Tomasio on 06-02-2011

[QUOTE=Kannabis Kid;10636817]I dont see Canelo and Jr fighting people with 20 losses like Oquendo is lol and hes already been in with JuanMa whats the point of stepping down competition to that level. Canelo has a good resume for being…

Comment by Kannabis Kid on 06-02-2011

I dont see Canelo and Jr fighting people with 20 losses like Oquendo is lol and hes already been in with JuanMa whats the point of stepping down competition to that level. Canelo has a good resume for being 20…

Comment by Tomasio on 06-02-2011

[QUOTE=Kannabis Kid;10636708]Shows how confident the match makers are that picked him as an opponent in the first plus huh? Typical bum matchmaking for a "great night of boxing" as that [B][I]dumbass PutoBoxingCotto always says when its a match held in…

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