Oliver Flores Looks Toward Homecoming Fight In His Native Nicaragua


    Super Flyweight boxer Oliver Flores (23-1-2, 16 KO’s), one of Nicaragua’s most promising fighters has spent his entire career fighting outside of his native Nicaragua and is looking to make his long awaited homecoming after a seven month layoff since recently signing with Nicaraguan boxing promoter Prodesa.

    The Leon native was under contract with Proucciones Deportivas from Mexico but was released after a second round knockout loss to Mexican Miguel Berchlet which resulted in his undefeated streak coming to an end.

    Flores is only 21 and has time on his side to come back from the loss. It would be expected for Flores to fight a few times at home then venture elsewhere to get his name out there. So in the mean time, he can better himself as a fighter and build himself into a contender and eventually a champion.