Miami, FL; Boxeo Telemundo begins it Summer Series following the consideration of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games on August thirteenth, live with swarm from Osceola Heritage Park Events Center (OHP) in Kissimmee, FL. Rising WBO Latino Super Lightweight Champion Yomar “The Magic” Alamo (19-0-1) will highlight the card, as he chances his undefeated record and title against Mexican challenger Adrian “Chinito” Yung (28-6-2) of Los Mochis, Sinaloa in a 10 round meeting. Tickets are definitively discounted at ticketmaster.com or visiting the films at OHP.
Alamo, 26, similarly nicknamed “The Pride of Aguas Buenas” makes his first title gatekeeper of 2021 in the wake of getting his WBO Latino belt this past March, showing a decision 10 round show against the super veteran Jesus Beltran. Alamo, a past WBO/NABO Champion and flow #9 situated contender is looking for a break-out fight before the completion of 2021.
“We never look past our enemy at this level, as all adversaries are extraordinary and come to win,” notes Alamo “It feels incredible to be back in my second home of Kissimmee, FL, as I continue with my excursion for a title opportunity.”
Alamo shut “After this fight we are ready to defy the most elevated place of my division.”
Yung is riding a 2-fight win streak crashing into his title with Alamo. Yung, is tending to the boxing hotbed of Los Mochis, were various uncommon managers have emerged including any similarity to Jorge Arce, Fernando Montiel, Ray Beltran, among others. “Chinito” is gunning to get his first neighborhood belt and ruin Alamo’s game plans in his Telemundo debut.
“When there is a contention between Puerto Rico and Mexico, the competitors get this sensation of added pride acknowledging they are putting some different option from a belt or their record on the line,” states President of All Star Boxing, Felix “Tutico” Zabala “Friday Aug.13th will add to the praised rivalry as it will be an electric night in Kissimmee.”