Yordenis Ugas (25-4) is one of the few fighters to get a fight in so far in 2020.  He stopped Mike Dallas back in February, just weeks before the covid-19 pandemic stopped boxing and the rest of sports throughout most of the world.

The 33-year-old Las Vegas based Cuban has been pretty active in recent years and hopes to maintain his level of activity when boxing resumes.

"I am one of the few fighters that fought this year already and when boxing comes back I will be back and want to stay active," Ugas stated on a recent edition of Premier Boxing Champions' Facebook Live.

Another question asked of Ugas was if he would be interested in fighting unbeaten three-division champion Terence "Bud" Crawford in the future.  The two have history, having fought in the amateurs with Ugas winning a comfortable decision.

"We fought in the amateurs and I beat him 27-10. I think that is a great fight. Crawford is one of the best fighters in the division and so am I so that would be a good fight," Ugas explained.

Ugas was also asked to give his list of the top 5 welterweights in the world and of course he mentioned himself first. "Ugas, (Errol) Spence, Crawford, (Manny) Pacquiao, (Keith) Thurman."

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