The fight game continues hot in boxing-loving Panama with its exciting pro series “Guantes de Acero” (Gloves of Steel), featuring two action-packed WBO Regional title fights set to thrill fans this Friday, Dec 3, at Los Andes Mall in Panama City, Panama.
In the main event, 23-year-old slugger Jaime “Lethal Kid” Munoz (11-1-1, 7 KO’s) of Panama battles tough 22-year-old heavy-puncher Freddy Espinoza (10-2, 7 KO’s) from the Land of Alexis Arguello, Nicaragua, for the vacant WBO Latino featherweight title.
This high-octane rumble, pitting two young fighters with TNT in their fists seems highly probable to end by knockout. But who would stop who?
The co-main event will feature two young promising minimumweight southpaws, fighting to go one new level up as the winner will likely break into the WBO 105 lbs world-ranking:
Unbeaten rising-star Boricua Oscar “El Pulpilo” Collazo (3-0, 2 KO’s) of Villalba, Puerto Rico, draws swords against the more-experienced 22-year-old Pedro Villegas (13-1, 4 KO’s) of Ecuador for the vacant WBO NABO Minimumweight Strap.
What’s more, in women’s action, beautiful Venezuela fight girl Luciana Ascanio takes on Colombian warrior Laura Wollrnman in a battle in the 115-pound division.
Moreover, Orlando “El Virus” Mosquera (6-1-1, 1 KO) squares off fearless 28-fight veteran Ivan “Tira Flecha” Trejos of David, Chiriquí, in an all-Panamanian affair in the super featherweight division.
5 more supporting bouts will thrill things even further for this Friday’s “Guantes de Acero” show promoted by Diego Victoria’s G & V Entertainment, aired live on Panama’s sports channel COS (Cable Onda Sports)
The author Carlos Costa is a fight reporter with a lifetime passion for the sport of boxing. Carlos can be reached at carlos512hotmail.com and WhatsApp +639184538152.