Boxeo Telemundo is back—and this time before a live group.
The 2021 season introduction of Boxeo Telemundo is set for March 5, with Puerto Rico’s Yomar Alamo returning to the circuit unprecedented for a year. The unbeaten junior welterweight will face Mexico’s Jesus Beltran (17-3-2, 10KOs) in an arranged 10-round nearby title fight live from Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee, Florida.
The Central Florida scene was used all through the pandemic for the Telemundo 2020 summer and fall seasons, anyway with every one of the eight shows happening covertly. That will by and by don’t be the circumstance, anyway agreeable eliminating measures are set up to ensure the most secure possible environment—this time with a re-appearance of furious gatherings back in support.
“It will feel extraordinary to see the fans have the alternative to participate in the fights from ringside before long,” Felix ‘Tutico’ Zabala, owner and head of series uncommon outfit All Star Boxing Inc. told BoxingScene.com. “We relinquished four shows last year since we understood it wasn’t ensured to return (the past spring) and wrapped up of the year without packs to get our competitors back in the ring.
“This year, we will continue noticing the pandemic as we want to have the choice to grow the amount of people permitted close by to have a great time.”
The setting will permit up to a half complete cutoff, with all hopefuls expected to submit to on the spot prosperity screenings and adjust to COVID rules including face cloak to be worn reliably.
As for the ring action, Alamo (18-0-1, 12KOs) propels indeed into the ring strangely since last Feb. 28th. The occasion preceded a stuffed house at OHP, where he outlasted unbeaten Kendo Castañeda in a 10-round larger part decision. The approaching fight will check his fifth in succession at this setting and sixth in progression in the Orlando-Kissimmee area.
“I’m anxious to be back in the ring in what feels like my subsequent home and with my family giving a holler to me again,” requests the 25-year old Alamo, who hails from Caguas, Puerto Rico. “2021 will be my year; after this fight, I [will be] ready for the more noteworthy hardships.”
Beltran fights curiously since July 2019, when he dropped a 10-round decision to unbeaten Derrieck Cuevas on a Telemundo show in Hollywood, Florida. The 32-year old from Los Mochis, Mexico has dropped his last two beginnings, anyway both coming his optimal burden as he returns to the 140-pound division.
“In my continue to go fight on Telemundo I gave up a great deal of weight, which cost me the fight,” surrenders Beltran, whose all the more notable cousin Rey Beltran is a past lightweight titlist. “I have been getting ready hard since the new year, by and by I’m back to my extraordinary weight class where I feel strong.
“The lone target I have as a main concern is to return the title to Mexico!”
The March 5 show is the first of three consecutive Fridays for the Telemundo spring season. Following the March 12 and March 19 cards will come a season recap on March 26.