Saul Sanchez needs the large names at bantamweight


World Boxing Affiliation (WBA) Fedecentro Bantamweight champion, the American of Mexican descent, Saul Sanchez, has made a name to the large names at 118 kilos and needs a giant combat after his latest successes.

Sanchez has simply received the pioneer physique’s regional belt final Friday, when he defeated Frank Gonzalez by first spherical TKO. That is the second time the 23-year-old fighter has received the title in his profession and now he needs higher alternatives.

“I’m open to any and all world Bantamweight champions,” Sanchez stated in statements to BoxingScene. “Whether or not it’s Naoya Inoue, Guillermo Rigondeaux, Reymart Gaballo or any of the opposite world champions, I’m prepared! I’ve skilled my complete life for this second and I’m making ready to make the most of the chance”.

“I do know I’ve made nice strides to succeed in the best ranges of the game, and I really feel that after this previous efficiency, I’m placing myself in one of the best place to combat for a world title,” he continued.

Sanchez will transfer up within the rankings because of his victory and can be one of many candidates for a world title within the brief to medium time period. After his win, his report stands at 16 wins, 1 loss, and 9 KOs.


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