WBC Youth Champ Arienza Favored To Win Over Jardon In Mexico


Mexico’s Promociones del Pueblo (PDP) advertise the reigning WBC Youth World lightweight champion Jeffrey “Bomba” Arienza (12-3-1, 7 KOs) has an edge against Dante “Crazy” Jardon (25-5, 20 KOs) in their fight on Saturday (Sunday in Manila) at Arena Coliseo in Mexico City.

In a news titled “El Filipino Arienza un peligro para Jardón” in PDP’s official website, PDP stated Arienza “la etiqueta de ligero favorito” (tagged as slight favorite) to win the scheduled 12-round clash.

Arienza, fighter from well-known ring warrior-maker facilities of Gabriel “Bebot” Elorde Jr in the Philippines, has revealed his plan to punish Jardon before sending him to dreamland.

“I’m more of a technical fighter, not a knockout artist,” said Arienza. “I don’t want to get him down with one punch. I love to throw combination, dropped him in style with volume of punches.”

Veteran trainer Archier “Bullet” Villamor, a former Pan Asian Boxing Association (PABA) flyweight champion, guides the 24-year-old southpaw in his quest for glory.

There’s so much at stake in the main event show. The WBC International lightweight title will be on the line.

Jardon, 27, is currently the holder of WBC FECOMBOX lightweight title. He’s a veteran of WBC super featherweight title fight in Japan in December 2013.

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