Henry “Moncho” Lebrón fights on March 8

Undefeated Henry “Moncho” Lebrón leads the undercard of “A Puño Limpio”, which returns on Friday, March 8, with the world classified Jean Carlos “Lobo” Torres and Wilfredo “Bimbito” Méndez in the main bouts facing the unbeaten Juan Manuel Witt and Robert Paradero, respectively, at the Coliseo Rubén Zayas Montañez in a presentation of PR Best Boxing Promotions (PRBBP) in association with Spartan Boxing.

“We already have this program complete and we will have nine fights, heading with Lobo Torres versus Witt and Bimbito Méndez, against Paradero, as well as the prospect Moncho Lebrón, one ladies’ fight and several prospects in action,” said promoter Iván Rivera, President of PRBBP.

The Aguadilla native Moncho Lebrón (7-0, 5 kos), a Top Rank prospect, will face the Mexican Luis Ruiz Lizárraga (6-12,1, 2 kos) in a six rounds fight at 130 pounds. Also to six rounds and 130 pounds, Jose Aguirre (7-0, 4 kos) will face Luis Enrique Rivera (2-4, 2 kos).

Meanwhile, Ariana Pagán, from San Juan, will make her debut as a pro when she faces the local Kina Delgado (0-1) to four rounds and 108 pounds.

In four rounds fights, Angel Marrero (1-0) will face Ronald Quintana (0-2-1) at 154 pounds; José Manuel Scroggin (1-0) will fight with Nisk Steven (0-1) at 140 pounds; David Reyes (1-0) will face debutant Oscar Cruz at 112 pounds, and Juan Carlos Montañez will make his debut against an opponent to be determined at 130 pounds.

The main fight of the night features Lobo Torres (14-0, 10 kos) defending his WBO Latino title at 140 pounds against Argentine Juan Manuel Witt (33-0-2, 25 kos), while the co main event will have the WBO NABO champion at 105 pounds, Bimbito Méndez (11-1, 4 kos), facing the Asia Pacific WBO Youth champion at 105 pounds, the filipino Robert Paradero (17-0, 11 kos), for the vacant WBO Intercontinental belt at 105 pounds.

This show, which is the second of the “A Puño Limpio” series in 2019, will be broadcast live on Facebook Live through www.facebook.com/PRBestBoxing and by Wapa Deportes later.

“LOBO” TORRES AND “BIMBITO” MÉNDEZ FACE IMPORTANT SHOTS IN “A PUÑO LIMPIO” ON MARCH 8 IN TRUJILLO ALTO, PUERTO RICO

SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO- World ranked Jean Carlos “Lobo” Torres and Wilfredo “Bimbito” Méndez will share the main turns in the next edition of the series “A Puño Limpio”, which will return on Friday, March 8, at the Rubén Zayas Montañez Coliseum in a presentation of PR Best Boxing Promotions (PRBBP) in association with Spartan Boxing.

“We return with title fights in A Puño Limpio and with Trujillo Alto natives Lobo Torres and Bimbito Méndez facing important challenges on March 8 in their town, Trujillo Alto and our home, the Rubén Zayas Montañez Coliseum,” said promoter Iván Rivera, president of PRBBP.

In the main fight of the evening, the unbeaten Lobo Torres (14-0, 10 kos) will fight for the fourth consecutive time in his town and this time he will defend his WBO Latino title at 140 pounds against the experienced Argentine Juan Manuel Witt ( 33-0-2, 25 kos). Torres, ranked #9 by the WBO in the junior welterweights, comes from three TKO wins over Travis Castellón, Luis Joel Gonzalez and Franklin Mamani, respectively, in 2018.

Meanwhile, the co main bout will have the #7 ranked and WBO NABO champion NABO at 105 pounds, Bimbito Méndez (11-1, 4 kos), facing the Asia Pacific WBO Youth champion and #1 ranked Robert Paradero (17-0, 11 kos), from Phillipines. Méndez and Paradero will meet for the WBO Intercontinental title at 105 pounds. Méndez won his belt on September 28, 2018 when he defeated Axel Aragón by unanimous decision, while Paradero was crowned in April when he beat Royder Lloyd Borbón to win his title.

Six other bouts which will be announced soon, will complete this card, to be broadcast live through www.facebook.com/PRBestBoxing and by Wapa Deportes later.

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