Since the tender age of six, 135-pounder Danny Jimenez has traveled the world with his gloves laced, waging war, and tearing up fighters throughout amateur ranks. This past summer, the already accomplished pugilist from Victorville, CA. took on his first pro fighter, walking away with a unanimous decision in front of his friends and family. Since then, Jimenez has stayed busy sparring with the who’s who of the lightweight division. WBO king Diego Corrales, Robbie Pedan, and Edwin Valero are just a few of the tough fighters who have called on the amateur superstar to challenge their skills. With this kind of experience under his belt, it won’t be long until he has one wrapped around his waist. BoxingTalk spoke with Jimenez at the Morales-Pacquiao press conference on Wednesday to get the details on what 2005 has in store for this exciting fighter.