|La Puente, California, USA||Nationality||San Antonio, Texas, USA|
|989-05-24||Date of Birth||1993-12-15|
Jose Zepeda is an American professional boxer.
The last fight of Jose Zepeda took place on September 14, 2019, against Jose Pedraza.
Zepeda won by unanimous decision (UD).
Kendo Castaneda is an American professional boxer.
The last fight of Kendo Castaneda took place on February 28, 2020, against Yomar Alamo.
Castaneda lost by majority decision (MD).
Wins by KO
Losses by KO
Top Rank promotes the first of two shows this week,
Top Rank advances the first of two shows this week, again inside the MGM Grand Bubble in Las Vegas.
Besting the bill on Tuesday night is California’s Jose Zepeda (31-2, KO25), a man who has been disastrous no doubt in two World title endeavors win the past.
Jose partakes in a Super-Lightweight ten rounder in Sin City against San Antonio’s Kendo Castaneda (17-1, KO8) who is falling off a misfortune in his last task.
Subsequent to gathering a 23-battle unbeaten streak since turning proficient in December 2009, Zepeda ventured out to Manchester in July 2015 to challenge for the empty WBO Lightweight title against Terry Flangan.
Calamity struck for Zepeda in the second round however, as a separated shoulder controlled him out of the challenge toward the finish of the meeting.
Things didn’t go to anticipate his arrival either three months after the fact. Continuing a cut during a conflict of heads against Jose Alfaro made the battle be halted after only one finished round.
Seven straight successes followed as he drifted among Lightweight and Super-Lightweight, yet he was wrecked against Carlos Diaz Ramirez in the fourth of their June 2018 gathering before scoring a knockout success a round later.
His great structure made sure about a took shots at the WBC ten stone belt, and he didn’t disfavor himself in a greater part guides misfortune toward the phenomenal Jose Carlos Ramirez in February 2019.
A coincidental conflict of heads again scuppered his rebound battle against, ongoing Miguel Berchelt casualty, Eleazar Valenzuela. In any case, his last trip saw a noteworthy focuses win against Jose Pedraza in September a year ago.
Zepeda’s rival for his first appearance of 2020 ought to have the option to take him a few rounds. Kendo Castaneda is a strong kind, having gone ten rounds in three of his last four battles.
The 26-year-old has slowly ventured up in adjusts over the most recent few years, and endured a first expert misfortune in February this year, losing a larger part choice in a test for the WBO NABO Super-Lightweight title to Puerto Rico’s Yomar Alamo.
Forecast: Zepeda will be quick to keep occupied and expand on a fair appearing against Ramirez, and a success against Jose Pedraza, and he will be hoping to drive a route over into the ten stone world title picture with a decent appearing here.
Castaneda has demonstrated he can go adjusts, and might be hard to move. My pick is for Zepeda to come through plainly on the scorecards.
One thing the Top Rank cards are creating is a lot of serious battles, and the Super-Featherweight ten-rounder between California’s Andy Vences (23-1-1, KO12) and Mexico’s Luis Alberto Lopez Vargas (20-2, KO11) is no special case.
Vences was most recently seen in October a year ago, crushing Mark Bernaldez more than eight rounds, in a rebound battle after a lady profession misfortune on the cards because of Albert Bell four months earlier.
Vargas adventures outside of Mexico for the third time in his vocation, and he is unbeaten in three battles, with all dropping by stoppage since a focuses misfortune to Ruben Villa in May a year ago.
23-year-old Las Vegas local Andres Cortes (12-0, KO7) proceeds with his juvenile profession in an eight round Lightweight challenge against Ohio’s Alejandro Salinas (10-3, KO9) a man who has never recently been halted.
The second eight-rounder on the bill sees Genaro Games (9-1, KO6) who is falling off an August 2018 misfortune to Luis Feliciano, take on Filipino Raymond Yanong (11-5-1, KO9) at Super-Lightweight.
The rest of the bill will be finished by two four round challenges, as at Lightweight, Eric Puente (2-0, KO0) meets Diego Elizondo (2-1-2, KO0) and Gabriel Muratalla (3-0, KO3) and Sergio Lopez (4-5-3, KO0) conflict at Bantamweight.