The Mexican David “El Severo” Carmona and the Colombian José Luis “El General” Sanmartín will face each other on the night of this Friday, August
The Mexican David “El Severo” Carmona and the Colombian José Luis “El General” Sanmartín will face each other on the night of this Friday, August 27 at the Vienna Forum in Mexico City, to stage a war above the ring, and where the winner will take home the Fedecentro Featherweight Championship of the World Boxing Association (WBA).
The fight, which is promoted by Producciones Deportivas, will be televised by Estrella TV for the United States, by TVC Deportes in Mexican territory, DIRECTV for South America and by FITE.TV in streaming worldwide, the actions start at 9 PM in Central Mexico time.
Carmona (22-6-5 and 9 KO’s) arrives with the spirit up after starting what he considers his second wind, sportingly speaking, from the hand of the brothers Fabián and Emilio Ramírez, conquering the Latin title of the World Council Boxing against fellow Colombian Belmar Preciado.
Experience plays in favor of the Mexican who already knows what it is to fight for a world championship, against rivals like Khalid Yafai for the WBA super flyweight world belt, against Naoya Inoue for the WBO super flyweight world championship and Omar Narváez for the WBO super flyweight world championship.
While Sanmartín (31-5-1 and 20 KO’s) will not only seek to avenge his countryman Preciado, but also extend his winning streak that dates back to December 2018 and includes five victories, of which two have been by knockout. .
A very important point in favor of the South American is that he already knows the Mexican boxing style, since he has faced champions and former world champions such as Emanuel “Vaquero” Navarrete and Tomás “El Gusano” Rojas.
In addition, his fist power looks like a very complicated obstacle for Carmona, who only has nine anesthetized while the South American has twenty chloroforms under his belt, a factor by which the fight could be defined.