Dominican boxer Carlos “El Caballo Bronco” Adames, declared that he is ready to give him the fourth title world to the Dominican Republic on Octobe
Dominican boxer Carlos “El Caballo Bronco” Adames, declared that he is ready to give him the fourth title world to the Dominican Republic on October 8 when he faces Mexican Juan Macías Montiel.
“El Caballo Bronco” Adames and Montiel will dispute the title world middleweight (160 pounds), which supports the World Boxing Council (CMB) in an evening to be held in the city of Las Vegas, Nevada.
Currently the Dominican Republic has three world champions. Erick Rosa is universal monarch at 105 pounds while Hector Luis Garcia and Alberto Puello, rule at 130 and 140 pounds respectively. The three titles of the Creoles are endorsed by the Association world of Boxing (WBA).
“I want all Dominicans to be aware of my fight, I promise that we will continue to make history, because with God in front of us, our country will have another champion,” declared “El Caballo Bronco”, from his training camp in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Dominican boxer has a record of 21 wins against a single loss with 16 knockouts. His rival for the next day has a record of 23 wins against 5 losses and two draws.
In his most recent fight he comes from defeating the sought-after Russian boxer Sergiy Derevyanchenko, whom he defeated by decision.
“Only God will prevent me from winning the title worldsince I have done a first class preparation, I am very motivated to take that crown to all Dominicans”, said Adames.
The Dominican boxer, who is a native of Elías Piña, highlighted that he has prepared for more than two months under the guidance of experienced trainer Bob Santos.
“El Caballo Bronco,” 28, moved up a division and now fights at middleweight after losing a unanimous decision in his 154-pound interim title fight to Brazilian Patrick Texeira in 2019.
After that defeat, Adames has accumulated three wins in a row against prized boxers from different nations.