Oscar Alvarez Jr. is undefeated as an expert, proprietor of an beginner 665-12 file, stands 6’ 3”, and will likely be combating in an eight-round featherweight bout in opposition to former WBA Fedalatin Featherweight Champion Nicolas Polanco, on Wednesday, January 25 on the Whitesands Occasions Heart in Plant Metropolis, Florida, streamed reside on ProBox TV.
“I’m so grateful for this chance on PROBOX TV,” stated Alvarez. “Polanco is a really robust and sturdy opponent. He’s fought world champions and simply went the gap with the quantity 4 contender. My sport plan is at all times the identical – management the struggle from the start and dominate my opponent till the tip.”
The Alvarez Jr vs Polanco conflict would be the co-feature of the night. In the principle occasion, vacant WBO Latino tremendous light-weight title will likely be on the road when undefeated Cesar “Rainman” Francis battles Jesus “Junior” Saracho for a scheduled ten-rounds.
Alvarez Jr (7-0, 7 KOs), born and raised in Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, Mexico,, started boxing on the age of 4 underneath the tutelage of his father and present coach Oscar Alvarez Sr. His fourteen-year beginner profession culminated with back-to-back 2019 and ’20 Mexican Championship Gold Medals and a Bronze within the Pan Am Video games. He made a splash in his professional debut on September 11, 2021 with a primary spherical stoppage.
Nicolas “La Pantera” Polanco (20-3, 11 KOs) from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, made his professional debut and received his first seventeen skilled fights. On September 26, 2015, he received the WBA Fedalatin featherweight title. Polanco stands 5’8”.
Francis (12-0, 7 KOs) from Brooklyn, NY by way of San Miguelito, Panama is coming off consecutive wins in opposition to former world champion Reymundo Beltran, successful the WBO NABO tremendous light-weight title, and adopted that with a giant knockout win in opposition to once-beaten Francisco Armenta.
Saracho (12-1, 11 KOs) from Guadalajara, Mexico, received the WBO Youth light-weight title in solely his seventh skilled struggle and defended that belt as soon as. Saracho has since received the WBO Latino light-weight title, and the NABO light-weight title. He’s coming off two consecutive knockout wins.