Advertisement: IBO Boxing
Advertisement
Boxingscene.com
Advertisement

Jose Soto Inks Promotional Pact With All Star Boxing

Miami, Florida: All Star Boxing, Inc has announced the signing of Colombian flyweight prospect Jose Soto to a multi-year exclusive agreement. Soto, is currently ranked WBA #13 and has a record of 13-0 4 KO's since he's debut in December of 2016.

Jose Soto, 21, is originally from Canalete, Cordoba, Colombia but has fought in nearby Barranquilla for the majority of his career. Soto was a decorated amateur before turning pro, having fought over 250 fights compiling 245 wins and several national titles.

jose-soto

Soto turned pro at age 18, quick starting his career at an early age, Jose started 5-0 before facing his first test, former 2x world title challenger Luis De La Rosa, winning a UD over 8 rounds. After a few more wins, he then faced WBA #13 contender & countrymen Pablo Carillo, edging out a split decision in a highly competitive fight. Having beaten the best in his division of Colombia, in his last appearance he beat Mexico's Adolfo Castillo over 10 rounds.

"I am very happy to sign with All Star Boxing, Inc and excited for what the future has to hold" - stated Jose Soto "My dream has always been to become a world champion and now I'm in the right hands to make it come true"

All Star Boxing, Inc returns in 2020 with another season of Boxeo Telemundo were they plan to showcase Soto in the U.S.

"We are thrilled to welcome Jose Soto to our team, - Stated Felix "Tutico" Zabala President of All Star Boxing, Inc "Throughout many years we have worked with the best talent from Colombia including the likes of former world champions Miguel "Happy" Lora, Sugar Baby Rojas & Carlos Maussa amongst others." We believe Jose has the tools and talent to become a future world champion."

User Comments and Feedback
Comment by Boxing Hero on 11-05-2019

Why would anyone ever want to sign with these guys? They guys have never been able to do anything for any boxer. The only reason anyone has even heard of them is because they sued Canelo.

Comment by Al Broker on 11-05-2019

Aren't they the ones whom sued Canelo for $8mil?

ADD COMMENT VIEW COMMENTS (2)
Advertisement
Top Headlines
Gabriel Flores vs. Ryan Kielczweski on Baranchyk-Zepeda Card Filip Hrgovic vs. Alexandre Kartozia Set - Pala is Now Out Jeison Rosario Promising an "Epic War" With Jermell Charlo Meng Fanlong Breaks From Roc Nation, Now a Free Agent Jaime Munguia vs. Tureano Johnson - Finalized, October 30, DAZN VĂ­ctor Pasillas: I'm Willing To Fight Anyone To Get To The Next Level UK Boxing: Fans Dealt Blow, Crowds Not Returning Any Time Soon Nery: Would Really Love To Hold World Titles In Two Divisions At Same Time Josh Taylor: Whether Ramirez Fight Is In Scotland Or America, I'm Not Fussed Rosario: It Has Been Easier For Me To Train During Pandemic, No Distractions Charlo Twins Vow Same In-Ring Energy Even Without Fans In Attendance Panama Lewis, Requiem For a Cheater Maxi Hughes Aims To Continue Big Run in Viktor Kotochigov Fight Yildirim's Promoter Hopes Canelo Alvarez Deal Gets Done Reynoso Confident Andy Ruiz Can Accomplish Even More in Career Niall Kennedy Vows To Shut The Mouth of Alen Babic Daniel Roman: I Gotta Look Good, Send a Message I'm Still The Champ Jermall Charlo: My Toughest Fight Was Korobov On Date Jermell Got Robbed Of His Title Josh Taylor Admits That He Hasn't Secured Recognition He Deserves Alejandro Davila Very Motivated To Shock Serhii Bohachuck Shannon Briggs: Jones Having Second Thoughts? Tag Me In - I'll Fight Tyson! Villa Promoter: Ruben Will Rise To Occasion, Beat Emanuel Navarrete Jermell Charlo: Me & Jermall Will Leave Legacy Like Klitschko Brothers Chocolatito Will Head To Mexico To Finish Camp For Gonzalez Fight Euro News: Serrano-Mahfoud?, Faust, Olsen, Ziani, Much More Derevyanchenko Vows To Apply Pressure Early, Start Faster on Charlo Chris Kongo Confident That He Would Knock Conor Benn Out Roy Jones Jr. Putting in Work For Mike Tyson Clash Ricards Bolotniks Wants a 'Real Fight, Real War' With Hosea Burton Lomachenko To Lopez: If You Say Something - You Need To Prove It in The Ring! Josh Taylor: Not Often You Get To Fight For All The Belts, The Fight I Want Next Lubin: Gausha Was Badly Hurt; Could've Stopped Him If I Had 1 More Minute Spence on Charlo-Rosario: Jermell is Going To Try To Dominate, Knock This Dude Out Muhammad Ali Comparisons Are "Inappropriate" Says Khabib Nurmagomedov Nakathila's Promoter Open To Stevenson Fight For WBO Belt if Herring Vacated 2020 USA Boxing National Championships: Shreveport to Host Fury Dares Joshua: If I'm Old and Need To Retire - Come and Retire Me! Canelo vs. Yildirim WBC Purse Bid Postponed To October 6 Murat Gassiev's Return To Be Announced in Coming Weeks Jaron Ennis Boots In The Door Of Welterweight Title Contention
Advertisement
Advertisement
Latest Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement