The pride of Pleasant Grove, Texas, Ray Ximenez, Jr. (16-1, 4 KO's) a fighter that I first saw over five years ago, won again in Dallas, Texas against Raymond Chacon (7-23-1) with another unanimous decision. This was a rematch for Ximenez, who apparently had to fight Chacon because promoters apparently could not match him up against another opponent. The gallant Chacon must be commended for accepting the rematch, although he has lost sixteen (16) of his last nineteen (19) fights.
Ximenez, who fights in an ambidextrous style, one that is rarely seen in any sport, has a special talent rarely seen in boxing. On top of that, he has speed in both hands and knockout power, which is a result of that speed.
Dallas, which has a new IBF World Welterweight champion in Errol Spence, with proper managers and promoters, Ximenez could be amongst that champion list, which includes WBO/NABO Super Lightweight champion Maurice Hooker (22-0-3, 16 KO's) from Dallas, Texas, Tony Lopez (12-2, 4 KO's) from Fort Worth, Texas, Manuel Rojas (15-3, 4 KO's) from Dallas, Texas and numerous other top prospects from the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.