Top boxing manager Cameron Dunkin has signed promising welterweight prospect Artemio Reyes (19-2, 15 KOs) to a management contract. Reyes from Southern California met with Dunkin this past Friday in Las Vegas, Nevada where Dunkin resides, to sign the contract. For years the hardworking Dunkin has been a major driving force behind his managed fighters getting the best possible opportunities. Currently Nonito Donire and unbeaten world champion Timothy Bradley, to name a few, are managed by Dunkin. Capital Punishment Managment, who formerly managed Reyes, will remain on as his trainers. Reyes opened eyes with his upset of then unbeaten olympian Javier Molina in a bout televised on Shobox in October of 2011. His goals are quite simple and he’s confident that signing with Dunkin he can attain them. “I want to advance ahead in my career to the maximum and make sure I’m properly compensated for all my fights,” said Reyes.