Eight title bouts and the first-ever PBC on FOX pay-per-view highlight press conference announcing fight cards through April 2019.
Miguel Flores wasn't cautious against Chris Avalos after receiving his first loss in his previous fight, and although his aggressiveness seemed to be serving him well this time around, he was defeated again in a manner that proved difficult to accept.
A boxer’s journey to the top is usually a step-by-step climb. Sometimes all the rungs on the ladder are as strong as granite; sometimes one or two are as sturdy as cheap plastic. Trouble is, a fighter doesn’t know which rungs are rock solid and which are potential traps until he completes each step—something Miguel Flores recently learned the hard way.
Dat Nguyen was looking for an opportunity to make a breakthrough, and he came into Miguel Flores’ hometown and seized it in a powerful way.
Sometimes, a fighter’s record doesn’t paint the most accurate picture of his skills—even a fighter who is undefeated. Take, for example, Miguel Flores.
After traveling to the East Coast for one of the toughest fights of his still-perfect career, Miguel Flores is returning home as he tries to continue his climb up the 130-pound ladder.
Miguel Flores was pretty certain Friday’s fight against Ryan Kielczweski would be the most difficult of his pro career, and he was on-point with that prediction. Good thing for Flores he was on-point with a good deal of his punches, too.
With Miguel Flores and Ryan Kielczweski both looking to continue moving forward in the 126-pound division, the boxers are embracing the chance to unveil new dimensions of their respective repertoires in order to do so.