The unbeaten Jean Carlos “Lobo” Torres will fight for the first title of his career on Friday, November 16, when he faces the Bolivian Franklin Mamani in another edition of the series “A Puño Limpio”, which will take place at the Rubén Zayas Montañez Coliseum in Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico, in a presentation of PR Best Boxing Promotions (PRBBP) in association with Spartan Boxing, that will broadcaste Wapa Deportes.
“We had our “A Puño Limpio”event yesterday in Trujillo Alto, but we are already working with the next one for November 16 and in that card we will have Lobo Torres in the main fight for a WBO regional belt, to continue with our goal of making good events in our home, the Rubén Zayas Montañez Coliseum,” said promoter Iván Rivera, president of PRBBP.
Lobo Torres (13-0, 9 kos), a native of Trujillo Alto, will fight for a WBO regional belt 140 pounds when he faces the experienced South American Mamani (23-4-1, 13 kos ) to 10 rounds.
The Puerto Rican, who comes from two TKO victories in the “A Puño Limpio” editions of August 10 and September 28 over Travis Castellón and Luis Joel González, respectively, will fight for the fifth time in 2018.
The series “A Puño Limpio”, in its first part, took place between 2011 and 2012 with shows around Puerto Rico, and had in action fighters like the current world champion Emmanuel “Manny” Rodríguez (in his debut), former world champion Manuel Alejandro “Manny” Siaca, later world champion McJoe Arroyo, as well as future world challengers McWilliams Arroyo, Jonathan Oquendo, José “Chelo” González and David Quijano, and then prospect Jonathan “Bomba “González, among others.
The 2018 “A Puño Limpio” events, after November 16 with Torres’ fight, returns on December 7.