A year ago the Puerto Rican prospect Felix ‘El Diamante’ Verdejo made his first fight in Floridian ground now in marking his third visit to this city , that planted the seed that leave a good impression with his performance in his first two presentations, and begins to grow and bear good fruit.
A lot of Puerto Rican fans who reside in the state open to the public quotes that made ‘The Diamond ‘ in the Orlando Sports Martial Arts Academy Verdejo to give an injection of support, trust and affection were given training .
“I ‘m very happy. I really did not expect so many people to come. I was surprised to see so many fans . You’re seeing the work we have been doing. Well pleased with the support,” said undefeated lightweight.
Also, the fans let him know the great responsibility that rests on his shoulders, and begin to view it as the next big figure in Puerto Rican boxing.
“Those are the things that motivate me to train more and harder to bring much joy to Puerto Rico,” said Verdejo once finished training.
Verdejo, who has unblemished 14-0 with 10 of those wins by fast , did a mild workout to the delight of the fans in preparation for his fight this coming Saturday, October 4 against the experienced Mexican boxer Sergio ‘ the Twin ‘ Villanueva ( 26-4-2 , 13 KO ‘s).
Former Puerto Rican Olympian to collide in the main event Villanueva poster ‘Solo Boxeo Tecate ‘ will present Top Rank and All Star Boxing this Saturday October 4th at the Bahia Shriners Auditorium & Events Center in Orlando, Florida.
On the undercard will also be in action on global container Gamalier Rodriguez ( 24-2-3 , 16 KO ‘s) in Bayamon, Puerto Rico , who clash with Charlie Serrano ( 16-4-1 , 5 KO ‘s) of Tampa, Florida.
In addition, former Olympian and undefeated prospects Dodge Falcao (4-0 , 2 KO ‘s) of Vitoria , Brazil and Jantony Ortiz ( 2-0, 2 KO ‘s) of Humacao, Puerto Rico , will be part of the function.
Billboard ‘Solo Boxeo Tecate ‘ will be televised at midnight on Saturday , October 4 at ‘La Isla del Encanto “by Univision Puerto Rico , and from coast to coast in the United States by UNIMAS.