The International Boxing Federation (IBF) super flyweight champion Jerwin Ancajas will be defending again in Fresno, California for the second time on September 14 after a successful mandatory defense against Jonas Sultan last May 26, 2018.
Matchmaker Sean Gibbons announced at a press conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with Alejandro Santiago Barrios of Mexico and Miguel Gonzalez of Chile possible to meet Ancajas.
The best new in Thursday that Jerwin will be returning to the US and will fight on September 13 for a special telecast of ESPN Boxing it was said by Gibbons in Philboxing.com. It will be one of the favorite places in Fresno, California which it will be helpful at reception time. They were actually be fighting in co-feature but not the main event. Local fighter Jose Ramirez will be defending his title and will be spectated by 10,000 to 14,000 people.
Ramirez born in California will bid his WBC junior welterweight title to Antonio Orozco of Mexico.
Gibbon said that Jerwin has made a good impression with the people of Fresco in which they were in a good area between San Francisco and Los Angeles. They are in search of an opponent but they will choose a very aggressive fist and not head and they prefer who come and rumble in Mexican-type style.
Gibbons wants Ancajas to match with Santiago with the alias of "Peque" where it ends up a draw in his last fight with Jose Martinez of Puerto Rico for the WBO NABO super flyweight title.
The 22-year-old Santiago has a record 16-2-4 win-loss-draw with 7 knockouts and is known for being aggressive over the ring but is not listed in the top 15 contenders of the IBF.
The 28-year-old Gonzalez, who is currently the WBA Fedelatin super flyweight champion, has 28 wins, 1 defeat and with 6 wins by knockouts.
Gibbons speak that Santiago is a young guy and still hungry and also a typical type of Mexican.
Gibbons cited Mexico's former flyweight champion Juan Francisco Estrada to defeat Filipino former champions Brian Viloria and Milan Melindo and a mandatory contender for WBC super flyweight champion Srisaket Sor Rungvisai of Thailand.
Opinion to this article
This is really an opportunity for Jerwin Ancajas to prove himself that he can still defend his International Boxing Federation (IBF) super flyweight to any boxer in the ring. This will be going to test himself how tough he is as a boxer and how can he surpass all possible odds that he may encounter.