Watch Francisco Rodriguez Jr vs Oswaldo Novoa Live Stream, Date, Time, Venue
Rodriguez Jr. vs. Novoa live time
- Saturday 04.06.2019 at 06:00 PM ET
- Promotion:Promociones del Pueblo
- Co-Promoter:Boxing Time Promotions, Cancún Boxing
- Venue:Grand Oasis Arena
- Location:Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Junior bantamweight Francisco Rodriguez could be surrounding a noteworthy title opportunity in the Francisco Rodriguez Jr vs Oswaldo Novoa not so distant future. That objective could move toward becoming reality because of his ongoing accomplishment in the ring.
Rodriguez will proceed with his rising in the division as he faces Oswaldo Novoa in a stay-occupied session Saturday night, at the Grand Oasis Arena in Cancun, Mexico.
The 10-round session will air live all through Mexico on Televisa.
At Friday’s say something, the two contenders tipped the scales at 114 pounds.
The 25-year-old Rodriguez has encountered a resurrection of sorts at another weight class in the wake of turning into a two-time titleholder at 105 pounds in 2014. Rodriguez climbed to the lesser flyweight division one year later, losing consecutive battles against Donnie Nietes and Moises Fuentes.
Advertiser Oswaldo Kuchle trusts Rodriguez may be a standout amongst the best contenders at 115 pounds.
"Francisco is youthful, quick and his exceptionally hard," said Kuchle, who runs Promociones del Pueblo. "He has developed a great deal and I trust he is prepared for anybody at 115 pounds."
Rodriguez's other prominent session happened in September of 2013, when he was thumped out by then-flyweight contender Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez. Rodriguez was just 20 years of age at the season of the battle.
After Saturday night, accepting Rodriguez wins, there will be a push for him to Francisco Rodriguez Jr vs Oswaldo Novoa battle any of the top warriors in the division. Rodriguez is presently positioned No. 13 by the WBC.
"We will be patient and hang tight for the champ of the Srisaket Sor Rungvisai-Juan Francisco Estrada (WBC title) battle," said Kuchle. "I unequivocally trust the fresh recruits at 115 pounds is Francisco 'Chihuas' Rodriguez."
Novoa (14-8-4, 9 KOs), who dwells in Guadalajara, Mexico, battled to a split draw against Erik Omar Lopez on December 1. The 37-year-old Novoa is winless in his last seven sessions.
In the co-include, Omar Chavez (37-5-1, 24 KOs), the child of Mexican legend Julio Cesar Chavez, will square off against Andres Villaman (15-1-1, 10 KOs) in a 10-round middleweight session.