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.
With so much excitement being generated atop the 126-pound division, Miguel Flores is looking to get himself a piece of the action.
After working out with some of boxing’s best, Ryan Kielczweski is sure he is a better fighter because of it.
Miguel Flores has given fight fans in Texas more than a glimpse of his impressive skills, as all but two of the Houston resident’s 20 fights have taken place in his home state. Now the unbeaten 126-pound contender is ready to share his talents with the East Coast.