HUGO CAZARES TOPS THIS WEEK'S FOX DEPORTES SHOW
Press Release: Sinaloa, Mexico, will be the site for a Fox Deportes show on Saturday, August 11st when former two-division titlist Hugo Cazares battles Daniel Diaz in a twelve-round super bantamweight bout and Daniel Estrada and Adrian Verdugo collide in an all-Mexican lightweight affair, also scheduled for twelve.
Already having the WBO title at 108 and the WBA title at 115 pounds, the boxing legacy of Hugo Cazares (36-7-2, 26 KOs) is set in stone, but the 34-year-old southpaw from Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico is hungry to wear championship gold once again. Unbeaten in 10 of his last 11 fights, including five title fight victories at 115 pounds (he lost his title to Tomonobu Shimizu), Cazares moved up to the super bantamweight division in November of 2011 and stopped Adan Garcia in seven rounds.
The 26-year-old Nicaraguan Daniel Diaz (19-3-1, 14 KOs) is known to fight fans as "El General". His only loss since 2010 came in a tough title fight against WBA bantamweight titlist Koki Kameda. Diaz is coming off of a second round knockout win over Rafael Castillo (5-11-3) in July.
Mexico City's Daniel "Tremendo" Estrada (28-2-1, 21 KOs) has knockouts in three rounds. This 135-pounder has won five in a row.
With 15 of his knockout wins ending before the bell to begin round four, Los Mochis' Adrian Verdugo (22-5-1, 19 KO's) can match Estrada when it comes to power.