Peek Into The Future: Juan Dominguez


    untitledJuan “Baby Tito” Dominguez (16-0, 11 KOs) is a force to be reckoned with in the super bantamweight division. Dominguez has fought on many undercards at the Barclays in Brooklyn, New York. However, the 28 year old has not fought since December 2013 due to a hand injury suffered in his last fight.

    This inactivity along with problems with his promoter have left Dominguez searching for a boxing home.

    Fighting on Broadway Boxing, Lou Dibella and Golden Boy Promotions undercards crushing his opponents with his orthodox style and power should propel him to super stardom, but Dominguez is currently waiting to be picked up by a big time promoter.

    Now residing in Brooklyn, New York, the Dominican Republic native says he’s willing and able to get with Golden Boy or Top Rank.

    In regards to becoming a top Dominican fighter, Dominguez says he’s staying in shape and working with a trainer. There are other great Dominican fighters. “It’s not an issue of quality but an issue of exposure”, says Dominguez.

    Juan Dominguez is hungry to get back in the ring and bring notoriety back to Dominican fighters. He has not had a sit down yet with any of the top promoters in the business but says he’s ready to fight.

    With a healed hand and the right promoter, Juan Dominguez can become one of the top names in the super bantamweight division.