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Watch Yomar Alamo vs Miguel Angel Martinez Live Stream online HD

Watch Yomar Alamo vs Miguel Angel Martinez Live Stream online HD

Yomar Alamo vs Miguel Angel Martinez

Yomar Alamo has another rival for his conflict Friday night.

The unbeaten junior welterweight will presently confront Salvador Briceno, All Star Boxing’s Tuto Zabala affirmed to The Ring on Wednesday evening. The 10-round session will occur at the Osceola Heritage Park Events Center in Kissimmee, Florida.




Additionally on the “Boxeo Telemundo” broadcast (11:35 p.m. ET/PT), junior bantamweight contenders Jeyvier Cintron, who spoke to Puerto Rico in the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games, and Koki Eto will square off in a rematch of their reality title disposal session more than two months prior.

Alamo was initially planned to battle Miguel Angel Martinez of Mexico yet Martinez confronted Mauricio Pintor last Friday night in Mexico City when Pintor’s unique rival Edson Ramirez gauged seven pounds more than the contracted load of 147 pounds. Martinez would lose by knockout in the second round.

The 24-year-old Alamo (16-0, 12 knockouts), who lives in Caguas, Puerto Rico, crushed previous prospect Manuel Mendez by consistent choice in his latest session on February 22, which likewise occurred in Kissimmee. Alamo won a local title belt in the Mendez triumph and is right now positioned No. 10 by the WBO.




“Alamo is a prospect who continues showing signs of improvement with coach (previous WBO strawweight titleholder and The Ring junior flyweight champion) Ivan Calderon,” Zabala disclosed to The Ring.

Briceno (15-4, 9 KOs), who dwells in the boxing hotbed of Guadalajara, Mexico, most as of late battled on June 8 in Reno, Nevada, losing a consistent choice to lightweight prospect Gabriel Flores Jr.

The coordinate on Friday night among Cintron and Eto will be planned for 10 adjusts and will again be a world title disposal session.




The two contenders squared off in Kissimee on May 25. The 31-year-old Eto (24-4-1, 19 KOs), who dwells in Tokyo, Japan, was initially proclaimed the champ by knockout in the opening round yet replays uncovered a coincidental conflict of heads before Eto handled a correct hand to the head of Cintron (10-0, 5 KOs), dropping him to the canvas. Under 30 minutes after ref Andrew Glenn waved the fend off, the Florida Athletic Commission, subsequent to watching the replay, toppled the outcome to a no-choice later that night.

The WBO positions Eto and Cintron and No. 2 and 3 separately.




“The Eto-Cintron (battle) is foreseen to be an extraordinary battle for what occurred in the main battle,” said Zabala. “The champ realizes that they will go for a world title. This is a fight that will show who is the best in a conflict among understanding and youth.”