This past May 22, Super Bantamweight Adam Lopez won a 6-round unanimous decision over Miguel Tamayo to raise his record to 12-0.
The San Antonio native pitched a shutout on all three judges scorecards by 60-54 tallies.
Lopez was especially enthusiastic about the victory as it took place not far from where he grew up in Southern California.
“I am originally from California and I had lots of family and friends at the fight. It was a tough fight with a veteran of 30 fights. I boxed and took my time to win every round,”said Lopez.
The win did not come without a cost as Lopez hurt his hand but managed to come through with the victory.
“I hurt my hand and did my best with an experienced opponent. My hand is in a cast and I am taking a few weeks off. I am supposed to be back on July 17 on ShoBox. I am just seeing what my team has planned for me. I am happy that my promoter Vito Mielnicki of GH3 Promotions has me on another ShoBox card.”
“I am excited to be with GH3 Promotions. Vito has done a great job keeping me busy. I have had three fights since March and stay tuned for July 17.”