PRESS RELEASE: Two-time world champion Jorge Arce has had spectacular ring entrances -- first on a motorcycle, then on a dancing horse and now he is mulling around his ring walk for Top Rank's big 'Blaze of Glory' PPV championship fight card at the Alamodome in San Antonio on April 14. "Please Jorge - no elephants!" laughed Bob Arum at a press conference Thursday in San Antonio.

"Maybe Jorge can ride a mechanical bull on a truck bed," mused one local promoter.

Arce, who is taking on world champion Cristian Mijares said he wasn't telling. But he did spend much of the press conference playfully tugging at the WBC super featherweight green title belt which belongs Mijares.

Arce vs. Mijares is an all-out fiery world title fight, a prelude before 'Fighter of the Year' Manny Pacquiao gets into the ring and takes on undefeated Jorge Solis at the Alamodome on April 14.

"I am going after my third world title, something only two other Mexican champions -- Erik Morales and Julio Cesar Chavez -- have ever done," Arce said. "This is a very important, historic fight for me. I plan to walk out of that Texas ring with that title belt."

Nacho Huizar, who handles Mijares, said that's not going to happen.

Huizar made a comparison between two fighters he promotes - Humberto Soto and Mijares.

"We all know how great Humberto Soto is," said Huizar. "Soto has more power, but Mijares has many more technical skills and all of that is going to trouble Arce. Plus, Mijares is left-handed which is another big problem for Arce."

"I am a professional," Mijares told fight writer John Whisler of the San Antonio Express. "I take my job seriously. He is the star, but I am the champion."