By Gabriel F. Cordero
Mexican super featherweight prospect Salvador Sanchez II is accelerating his training in Mexico City in preparation for a return to the ring on May 28 against a TBA. Sanchez trains daily in the Pino Suarez Gym with trainer Rudy Perez in pursuit of higher learning and developing a Mexican style for his boxing future. He travels daily from Toluca to Mexico City going one hour each way.
“My life in boxing is a daily sacrifice but it’s my goal and my dream to be crowned world champion,” says Sanchez II. “For me every match is different, a new challenge and an opportunity to try to stand out and make my own history. I’m making changes in training it’s time to define my strategy before every fight and be ready to improvise on the night of the fight. I hope my next fight will show the best of me and what we’re currently learning at this time.”
Sanchez II, the look-a-like nephew of Mexican ring legend Salvador Sanchez, has so far compiled a record of 22-4-3 with 11 KOs. He is an eager young man full of hopes, but has shown great respect and dedication and relatively successful effort to bring a good place in the world of boxing.