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Due to high demand, over 3,000 additional seats have been added for Canelo Alvarez vs. Austin “No Doubt” Trout taking place April 20 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. Newly released seating priced at $150 and $100 with a ticket limit of eight per person, will only be available for purchase at the Alamodome box office and go on sale Monday at noon.
Undefeated Mexican super bantamweight prospect Moises “El Chuky” Flores (18-0, 13 KOs) has signed an exclusive promotional contract with Acquinity Sports. The 26-year-old Flores hasn’t fought outside of Mexico during his 4 1/2 year professional career.
Los Angeles-based Pitbull Boxing Promotions is kicking off their entrance into the boxing business as a co-promoter for the May 10 IBF 140lb eliminator between Dierry Jean and “Mookie” Pendarvis at the Buffalo Run Casino in Miami, Oklahoma. The new company plans to sign talent from all over country. “At one point in time, boxing was a means of elevation for the under privileged inner-city male. Now it seems that avenue has been closed, due in part to promoters’ lack of interest in developing a fighter and the greed that comes with the business. I pride myself in being successful in my many business endeavors. Now that I have the time and the means, I want to help fighters that deserve to be seen by the masses,” said Pitbull chief Herb Hudson, owner of famed Roscoe’s House of Chicken n’ Waffles chain and also the driving force behind Pitbull Energy Products. Heading up the day-to-day business at Pitbull Boxing will be Rachel Charles and Diane Vara.
Heavyweight David “Nino” Rodriquez (36-0, 34 KOs) has signed with Louis DeCubas Jr.and Rob Santos, manager and co-Manager of Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero. David is back in the gym after suffering a near fatal stab wound in January 2012. Louis and Bob are eager to get David back into the heavyweight mix very soon. (Photo: Rick Pineda/Team Guerrero)


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