Mexican boxers Axel Aragon (13-3-1, 8KOs) and Saul “Baby” Juarez (25-11-2, 13KOs) met the weight for their fight on Friday in Kissimmee, Florida, for the World Boxing Association (WBA) Fedecentro Light Flyweight title.
Aragon, 20, hit the scales at 108 pounds, while Juarez, 29, stopped the scale at 107.6. Now, they are only waiting for the first bell at the Osceola Heritage Park to define the new owner of the regional title of the pioneer organization.
The event will feature Puerto Rican rookie Omar Rosario, who will make his first professional fight in the Super Lightweight division against American Solo Staley. Rosario participated in the Future WBA Champions training camp in Medellin last February and is now ready to take the leap at the age of 22.
The evening is being organized by All Star Boxing and will feature great talents in another big effort for the revival of boxing in the world.