“Payasito”-Tostado in the works for May in Mexico
Mexico DF, Mexico: All Star Boxing, Inc and its President Tuto Zabala, Jr. is working on putting together a Civil War between WBO Intercontinental Bantamweight Champion Alejandro “Payasito” Hernandez and WBO Latin Champion Antonio “El Tostado” Tostado to be held on Friday, May 24 in Mexico City, Mexico.
Hernandez of Mexico City has a record of 27-10-2-15 KO’s, is also the Mexican National Champion and just surprised many experts when he stopped #5 WBO Marvin Mabait in 5 rounds last March 28 at the Foro Polanco. Tostado on the other hand has a record of 13-1-6 KO’s and won the Latino belt when he beat Jonathan “Pitbull” Vidal of Puerto Rico by decision March 21 in Tampa, both fights where part of the successful Boxeo Telemundo Ford series.
“This is a great match up between two WBO regional champions unifying their belts” said Zabala “We are working on final details to formally make an announcement”
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