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David ‘Left Hook’ Lopez signs with Liveco, returns Feb 11

A native of Pomona, CA, Lopez’ promising career shows no sign of slowing down. After earning two knockouts and a decision against a former Olympian, Lopez looks to ride his left hook to stardom.

The 6’ 1 1/2” welterweight stands 3 – 0 after a brief amateur career. Most of his success is due to hours spent in the gym and sparring with bigger, stronger boxers.

“Lopez is a dynamic boxer,” says Liveco CEO Ron Sanderson. “This kid is leaving a trail of destruction wherever he goes.”

Lopez, who is managed by Charles Bosecker and Oscar A. Sanchez, trains with Michael Love in Victorville, CA. Bosecker says that Lopez’ KO of Tony Thompson retired the previously undefeated fighter. That bout gave Bosecker the impetus to take Lopez under the CB Boxing Management wing.

Even though he is a natural lefty, Lopez fights orthodox style like his favorite boxers, Mike Tyson and Oscar de la Hoya. Years of training with that left arm is what developed his power.
Now that he’s signed with Liveco, he has extra motivation to improve as a professional, and he’s going to continue working even harder in the gym.

Lopez is scheduled to step in the ring for a February 11 bout at the Palm Springs Boxing Gala in the Coachella Valley—less than an hour and a half from his hometown. He’s looking to dazzle the crowd, employing that left hook and not wasting any time doing so.

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