Axel Aragon Vega and Armando Torres will have a generational battle this Friday for the World Boxing Association (WBA) Fedecentro title in the light flyweight division. Mexico City’s BlackBerry Auditorium will be the venue for the 118-pound bantamweight showdown, organized by All Star Boxing.
Aragon last fought Hiroto Kyoguchi for the world title. The Mexican was having a very interesting fight until an injury to his right hand forced him out of the fight in the fifth round.
The “Mini”, who is only 21 years old, will return in a good regional title fight and knows he must face a dangerous veteran like Torres.
With much more experience, Torres is in good shape. He has won five of his last six fights and has fought quality opponents recently such as Ganigan Lopez and Jonathan Gonzalez.
Both fighters will step on the scales on Thursday and once they make the 118-pound, they will be ready for the bout. Aragon Vega has 14 wins, 4 losses, 1 draw and 8 knockouts, while Torres has a record of 26 wins, 19 losses and 19 knockouts.