|March 31, 2023, Mexico City, MX – – In the main event on Wednesday April 5, in Mexico City, heavy-handed Carlos Sanchez will attempt to take the “0” away from undefeated Alexander Duran in a ten-round junior lightweight bout. The six-round co-feature is a battle for Mexico City bragging rights between hometown bantamweights Brandon Reyes and Abraham Arreola. Opening the show is Jose Napoles the grandson of Cuban American Jose “Mantequilla” Napoles. The card will be streamed live on ProBox TV beginning at 9 pm ET.
The event is being promoted by Marquez Promotions, Chiquita Gonzalez Promotions and ProBox Promotions.
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Carlos “El Tiburon” Sanchez, 23-1-19 KOs, was born and raised in Baja California, Mexico. The tenty-seven-year-old made his pro debut in 2016. He won his first eight bouts by stoppage, had one win by decision, then won his next eight inside the distance. His last four fights were three decision wins followed by one knockout victory His sole loss came in March 2022 against Pedro Campa, which vaulted Campa to a match against Teofimo Lopez. Carlos got back on the winning track in October with a seventh round knockout win.
Alexander Duran, 21-0-7 KOs, born and raised in Panama City, Panam – 30 year old made pro debut in 2011. On May 4, 2018 won the IBF Latino Super Lightweight title with a 4th round TKO. In His next fight, on November 27, 2018, he won the IBA World Super Lightweight title with undanimous decision win over Adrian Estrella.
Brandon “King” Reyes, (6-0-1, 2 KOs), from Mexico City, Mexico, won the first six fights of his pro career. His last bout, against rugged veteran Luis Castro, was Reye’ toughest opponent to date and it ended in a majority draw.
Abraham Arreola (5-2, 4 KOs) is from Mexico City, Mexico. The 20-year-old made his pro debut on May 28, 2021, and won his first three fights by TKO stoppages. His last fight was a draw.
Jose “Mantequillita” Napoles, (14-1-2, 6 KOs), fighting out of Mexico City, is the grandson of the great Cuban American boxer and two-time undisputed world champion Jose “Mantequilla” Napoles. The twenty-four-year-old is coming off a two win-by-TKO streak.
Eduardo “Lalo” Martinez, (10-1, 7 KOs) is a southpaw and fights out of Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico. He began his pro career in September 2019 and won his first six bouts by knockout. He then lost a bout by a razor thin, majority decision. Eduardo is currently on a four-fight win streak.