Tony Lopez Fights For WBC (USNBC) Title In Dallas, Texas At FightNight XXIX
Super Bantamweight Tony Lopez (11-2, 4 KO's) weighed in at 120 lbs. for his WBC (USNBC) title fight today in Dallas Texas on a special private boxing card. Lopez, a fan favorite in Dallas/Fort Worth who fights with Roy Jones Jr. Boxing Promotions is one the top fighters in the metroplex.
Lopez captured the WBC Youth Intercontinental Bantamweight belt by defeating Isaac Torres (7-1, 3 KO's) in Fort Worth and defended that title in Dallas, Texas.
With hands of lightning and a southpaw stance, Lopez causes all kinds of problems and angles for his opponents and today he will be looking to get that WBC title and bringing it to the metroplex.
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