Joey Borrero of Las Vegas went 7-0-7 KO this weekend in Mexico.
Another win on the road and another win during the current world situation.
Another knockout to continue his highly impressive start to his career.
A standout amateur and nephew of boxing great Tito Trinidad of Puerto Rico.
Also with strong ties to Mexico this young kid is making a big name for himself in both countries.
As well as his home country of the USA.
He has defied the current world situation that has seen so many young fighters struggling for work.
Borrero has continued to stay busy and win impressively.
On Saturday night in Mexico he showed a new string to his bow in his fight arsenal.
The body shot:
Good work from Borrero.
Momentum continues to build all the time.
Many insiders in the boxing business tip as a world champion in the making.
A young man with his feet firmly on the ground rooted in his faith in Christianity.
He’s got all the gifts and marketability. He’ll go as far as he wants.
It’s a pity the State of Nevada is not holding small events yet for boxing.
Amateur or lower level professional.
Particularly when properties are at 25 % capacity approx.
The State should look to diversify its business offerings to potential new investors.
MGM Resorts International have done this excellently on the stock market the last nine months or so for example.
More properties should take note.
Particularly attracting investment from places that are totally finished now like has been States such as New York and California.
Why should States like Texas and Florida scoop them all up when there’s plenty of opportunity in places like Henderson, Reno and Las Vegas in Nevada.
Boxing is an important part for Nevada as the fight capital of the world.
I would suggest to Governor Sisolak to ask the Feds and Irish American Joe Biden to reconsider the current mandate.
Surely it would be beneficial to America.
Boxing does so much for the community in towns and cities across the country.
Exercise and the discipline it gives is needed now more than ever in the current predicament for the country.
Businesswise boxing is an important part of the economy at the highest level too in Nevada.
The fight capital of the world.
Like the UFC is too of course.
But these young kids need a home and a platform first off.
American amateur fighters and young professional fighters.
As opposed to having to go out of State or out of the country at the moment.
Maybe we’ll start streaming some of their fights and events on here soon.
Nevada in some separate ways could use this whole world situation as an opportunity to further diversify its businesses and attract new investment from other States too.
All in all, another impressive win this weekend for Joey Borrero.
An undefeated fighter going places.
Despite the pandemic the fight capital of the world has churned out yet another rising star in the sport in Joey Borrero.