Undefeated prospect Aaron “Fantasma”Alameda of Mexico will return to the ring on Saturday, October 1 in Ecatepec, Mexico. This will be his fourth fight in 2016 as he continues to impress throughout his short professional career.

Alameda (15-0, 9 KO’s) of Nogales, Sonora, Mexico had an excellent amateur career and since his professional debut in April of 2014 has quickly become one of the top prospects in Mexico. The 22 year old is promoted by Promociones del Pueblo and TGB Promotions.

Alameda made his debut in the United States earlier this year and stopped Andre Wilson in Los Angeles; since then, he has won two fights in Mexico. In his most recent bout on June 18, he stopped Hector Bobadilla in Toluca.

“I started boxing when I was 13 years old. My family has been into boxing since I can remember and I just followed them to the gym. That’s how I got into boxing and I just love the sport. I had success as an amateur and fought in many international tournaments representing Mexico, but I always felt my brightest future would be in professional boxing,” said Alameda.

A good boxer with power, Alameda has made a great transition into the pro level. In 2014, his first year as a pro, he was 6-0 with 6 KO’s; in 2015, he was also 6-0. So far this year he has a 3-0 record.

“I feel that I am getting better with every fight. I was very happy to have fought in the United States earlier this year, and I am looking forward to fighting back in the states very soon,” said Alameda.

The crafty lefty with thunder in both hands is just starting out but he has shown enough talent to quickly become one of the must watch prospects in Mexican boxing. His return will be at the Centro Regional del Deporte de Las Americas in Ecatepec, Mexico.