Jesus Arechiga Aims To Keeps Rising in Ranks in Hometown Return

Jesus Arechiga Aims To Keeps Rising in Ranks in Hometown Return

The unbeaten junior featherweight gets back to activity this evening, confronting Florentino Perez at the Gimnasio German Evers in his old neighborhood of Mazatlan, Mexico. The 10-round session will feature a Zapari Boxing card.

Arechiga (17-0, 13 knockouts) keep going battled on June 24, halting previous periphery competitor David Reyes Cota in the fourth round. The triumph over Reyes occurred just about 90 days after Arechiga took out Jose Valdes Bernal in the fourth round.

The 22-year-old has shown more power and animosity in late battles, having halted seven of his last nine rivals.

Arechiga has generally battled in the western piece of Mexico, battling in the territories of Jalisco, Nayarit and Sonora. Counting this evening, he will have battled his last three battles in his old neighborhood of Mazatlan.

Hector Zapari, Jr., who has likewise worked and addressed light heavyweight competitor and late world title challenger Gilberto Ramirez, accepts Arechiga has the ability to push ahead with his profession.

“Jesus has a high roof and can form into a top warrior,” Zapari told BoxingScene Thursday morning.

Arechiga battled once in the US. That was back in December 2018 in Corpus Christi, Texas, a battle Arechiga prevailed upon four uneven rounds against David Martino.

Perez (14-7-2, 9 KOs), who lives in Monterrey, Mexico, lost by consistent choice to unbeaten possibility Luis Nunez of the Dominican Republic on May 15 of a year ago. He has lost his last three battles, all by choice, including to Alan Picasso and previous world title challenger Eduardo Baez.

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