22 year old Chilean Flyweight sensation Andres Campos returns September 7th to take on Ramón Velásquez the current Chilean National Flyweight Champion for the title over 10 rounds at the Gimnasio Club Mexico in Santiago Chile.
Velásquez (28 years old) the long time champion since 2017 from Quellon island in the south of Chile and has vowed to stop the prodigy Campos and stake his claim as Chiles dominant flyweight.
Campos opened up about the challenge for his first Championship attempt.
“ Ramón is very strong, brawler and It’s very difficult to land accurate the punches on him because he bend down his head a lot during the fight. 4 years ago we fought in amateur and I won easy, in the same weight.
I think this is my best preparation in my life. I’m working with CEF (centro entrenamiento funcional) they are giving me all what I need in my train. Physiology, chiropractic, osteopath, physic preparation, nutrition and of course support in everything what I need. I’m feeling stronger than ever in my life. I’m very focus on that tittle”
Campos Australian based manger Tony Tolj discusses his fighters upcoming fight.
“Campos is taking a step up fight and that’s what I do with all my fighters, you want to be the best take on the best. Step by Step and when the time comes for the world title we will be ready and Chile will have their next world champion.
Andres has final word for his fans.
“To all the fans who will watch the fight will see a very good fight, I’m ready for 10th hard rounds and I will not rest until I get the belt. The title is mine and I will be the champion of Chile and then head to Australia for 3 months of sparring with World rated fighters Andrew and Jason Moloney, Billel Dib and Bruno Tarimo.”
Andres Campos signs in with Tony Tolj and Dragon Fire Boxing
Tony Tolj and Dragon Fire boxing have announced they have signed 22-year-old Chilean amateur standout Andres Campos.
Campos currently holds a 5-0 record in the professional ranks, having been part of Chile’s national setup as an amateur between the years of 2013 – 2018. The flyweight won 5 national amateur titles in Chile, alongside multinational tournaments in Chile itself and Brazil. Campos also travelled the world with the Cuban amateur team, spending time in countries such as Cuba for long periods, mastering his craft.
Campos comes to Dragon Fire Boxing as he gets ready to clash for the Chilean flyweight title and also follows in the footsteps of some of the biggest little men around in the Moloney twins. The Chilean opened up about signing with Dragon Fire and Tony Tolj.
He said, “Having an agreement with Tony Tolj and Dragon Fire is very significant to me. I noticed the Dragon Fire team leaves nothing to chance and puts hard work on every detail for a camp and a bout. I am also aware of the quality of your boxers, Tony as a person, and there high professional standard. I want to be a world champion and I know I have to work alongside the best, so as to be ready when my chance comes. I would like to show my own professionalism, dedication, skills and capabilities to be the best.”
Campos continued, “I do not want to skip but take every necessary step. My record now is 5-0-0, soon I will fight for the national title in Chile. I want to start an international career and well represent my country too. Despite things have not been easy, I want to try even harder, so being led by you will be more than outstanding.
Tony Tolj gave his take on his latest acquisition, “We are very excited to work with Andres. I believe he will go right to the top in this industry and it was the right move for all parties concerned. We work with fighters all over the world and this will benefit Andres.”
“From me My parents instilled values, Andres team took care of us as a family in Chile. In fact, the people of Chile were amazing and it’s my duty to do my best to guide Andres as best as I can and let the world know of his ability and his character as a man. In this world, you have to give back and it delights me to continue our working relationship.”