The wait is over For Ramon “Innocent” Alvarez as he takes on the Colombian Richard “Blade” Gutierrez this weekend at the Center of multiples uses (CUM) of Hermosillo, Sonora.
Alvarez and Gutierrez will be in the main event of the function that will be Zanfer promoted and will be televised by Azteca 7, the House of Boxing.
Also on the night, the interim world super flyweight title of the World Boxing Organization (WBO) will be contested between the Mexican David Carmona and Filipino Warlito Parrenas. Add to that former world champion Hernan “Tyson” Marquez fighting Enrique “Cuate” Quevedo.
Alvarez has not fought since last December 29 when he defeated ex-world title holder Vivian Harris by knockout in seven rounds for North American IBF super welterweight title.
“I followed my workouts without letting anything distract me because I know that’s the key to getting what I want, which is to win a world title,” said Alvarez.
Meanwhile, the winner of Marquez v Quevedo could go up against Juan Estrada, possibly in September.
At 26 years of age, “Tyson” says he is ready for a new stage in his career that allows him to leave behind all the problems that have affected him in the ring.
Marquez is confident that the July 4 bout will ensure a successful recovery from recent losses and then allow him to negotiate the fight against the “Gallo” Estrada.