Photos/Weights: Jorge Arce vs. Lorenzo Parra Rematch

By Rafael Soto

Mexicali, BC. - The weights are in for Saturday night's big super bantamweight rematch between five division champion Jorge "Travieso" Arce (59-6-2, 45 KOs) of Mexico, and Venezuelan veteran Lorenzo "Lencho" Parra (31-3-1, 18 KOs), who clash in a ten rounder in Mexicali. Zanfer will promote the show and TV Azteca will broadcast. Arce and Parra previously fought to a draw in 2010, which the Venezuelan boxer claims was a robbery.

"When we fought, I gave him a boxing lesson and landed my punches and took no punishment, but yet we were robbed and given a draw. But now the judges won't rob me because I will beat him so clearly they won't be able to take the win. Arce is near retirement and I'll push him in that direction on Saturday when I get an easy decision," said Parra.


Jorge Arce 122 Lbs vs Lorenzo Parra 123 lbs

Jorge Páez Jr. 158 lbs Vs Octavio Castro 158 lbs

Armando Robles 142 Lbs Vs Abraham Alvarez 142 Lbs
Roberto Castañeda 123 Lbs vs Eden Márquez 123.5 Lbs
José Uscategui 160 lbs Vs Rolando Paredes 160 Lbs
Ramiro Alcaraz 134 Lbs vs Luis Viedas 135 Lbs
Gilberto Parra 111 Lbs vs José Manuel Sánchez 111 Lbs
Adan Mares 135 Lbs Vs Francisco Castañeda 135 Lbs

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by microMXL on 02-17-2012

oh I'll be all over this, hope to take a pic with arce, dunno who is taller LOL

Comment by JustScrap on 02-17-2012

War Arce! :boxing:

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