Combatants in tonight’s boxing show from Ontario, CA

April 29, 2011 No Comments

Official weights for tonight’s boxing show in Ontario, CA from Thompson Boxing Promotions in association with Fox Deportes presents “New Blood” sponsored by Lucas Oil, it works!


 

Mauricio Herrera 142 lbs. vs Cristian Favela 142.5 lbs. Photo credit: Carlos Baeza/Thompson Boxing

Thirty-one year old Cristian Favela of Los Angeles, CA by way of Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico is a journey man welterweight boxer who has won just three times in his last 19 bouts. However, over his 13 year career he has only been stopped once. Back on August 18, 2007, Favela’s corner threw in the towel after nine hard fought rounds against Zaid Zavaltea (16-2-2).

His opponent tonight, Mauricio Herrera (16-1-0, 7 KOs) lost only once, a disputed split decision back on December 4, 2009 to Mike Anchondo (30-2-0) in which one of the judges had Herrera the winner 79-73. Since that time he has won three straight to include an impressive win for the IBF North American light welterweight title over the formerly unbeaten Ruslan Provodnikov (17-0-0). The name Provodnikov should ring a bell. He’s the Russian who just manhandled Ivan Popopca at the Pechanga Resort and Casino two weeks ago on April 15th.

 

Alberto Herrera 145.5 vs Aron Martinez 146.5 Photo credit: Carlos Baeza/Thompson Boxing

Abraham Lopez 126 lbs. vs Aaron Garcia 127 lbs. Photo credit: Carlos Baeza/Thompson Boxing

Jhon Ortega 140.5 lbs. vs Hector Garza 141 lbs. Photo credit: Carlos Baeza/Thompson Boxing

Jonathan Arrellano 118 lbs. vs Shawn Nichol 117.5 lbs. Photo credit: Carlos Baeza/Thompson Boxing

Alberto Herrera of Riverside, CA is 29 years-old and has a record of 7-2-1 with 5 KOs). He hasn’t won since January 22, 2010. His two losses were to two legitimate contenders Chris Chatman of San Diego’s City Boxing and Demetius Andrade the former Olympian who hails from Providence, Rhode Island.

His opponent Aron Martinez (13-1-1) is from East Los Angeles by way of Mexico City. His one loss, a very close mixed decision loss, was to Abdon Lozano (3-0-0) at the time.

Abraham “Chamaco” Lopez (13-0-0, 10 KOs) is 23 years-old and from La Puente, CA. To amass his winning record he has fought virtually no-name talent, except for the skilled journeyman Noe Lopez Jr.

The 28 year-old Aaron Garcia is from Vista, CA and has a record of 10-1-2, with 2 KOs). He’s a 1999 National Golden Gloves bantamweight champion and a 2001 and 2003 National Golden Gloves featherweight champion. His one blemish, a third round TKO loss five years ago, was to Saul Ochoa (3-1-1) of Phoenix, Arizona who is now out of the fight game.

His two draws were against the same man, Jesus Antonio Hernandez (9-0-2, 2 KOs) from Huntington Park, CA by way of Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico.

Jhon Ortega of Londonderry, New Hampshire (3-0-1, 3 KOs) last fought on February 25, 2011 at this same location, the Doubletree Hotel, against Rudy Gamez. After having Gamez down twice, once in the second round and once in the third, referee Ray Corona called a halt to the bout. In November of last year, he had a more difficult time with Anthony Reyes and that bout ended with scores of 38-38 across the board.

Hector Garza (3-1-0, 2 KOs) is 21 years old and hails from the border town of Harlingen, Texas. After losing his first fight to Eddie Ramirez (1-2-1) of San Antonio, Texas, he has reeled off three straight wins. His last fight, a unanimous decision victory, was against Jorge Balboa from Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico.

Jonathan “Lil’ Thund’r” Arrellano (7-0-1, 1 KO) has just one blemish, a draw back on March 6th of last year against the hard hitting Danny Pantoja of Fairfield, CA. He last fought on February 25th of this year, a unanimous decision victory over Francis Ruiz (9-2-0, 4 KOs) of La Romana in the Dominican Republic.

Shawn “Bones” Nichol is a southpaw from Lakewood, Colorado who has a record of (5-3-0, with 5 KOs). His two mixed decision losses were to Adam Ochoa and Alejandro Castillo. The last time out he lost by TKO in the eighth round to Efrain Esquivias (13-0-0, 9 KOs) the WBA Fedelatin super-bantamweight title holder from Carson, CA.

 

 

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