Former world champion Pedro Guevara from Mazatlán strengthened his march towards obtaining an opportunity to contend for the World Boxing Council (WBC) super flyweight title, after having a triumphant night this past Saturday at the Municipal Auditorium of Jiquipilco, state of Mexico.

In the main event of the card was possible thanks to the intervention of R-33 Management, a promotional agency directed by the American businessman Vincent Ruiz, and the coach Adalberto "Condor" Sánchez, who acts as coordinator of sports disciplines, with the support of the municipal government headed by Jesús Sánchez Dávila.

Guevara prevailed by way of unanimous decision over a seasoned opponent such as Angel “Puma” Aviles from Guerrero, in a duel agreed to take place over ten rounds at the bantamweight limit.

In what turned out to be a real night of pyrotechnic games, Guevara and Aviles offered a spectacular combat, exchanging authentic "shrapnel", as the two styles coupled to offer an exciting battle.

In the end, Guevara earned a deserved victory by obtaining scores of 98-94, 97-94 and 99-92.

With this victory, Guevara added his 39th victory, 22 of those came by way of knockout, in exchange for three defeats and a draw. The record of Aviles dropped to 20 wins, six knockouts, and eight setbacks and one draw.

Guevara, 33-years-old, has now won nine fights in a row since losing a close twelve round majority decision to world champion Kenshiro Teraji in October of 2017.