IBF welterweight champion wants either a unification bout or clash against another high-profile fighter after scoring a first-round KO of Carlos Ocampo Saturday in a homecoming bout in Texas.
IBF welterweight champion disposes of mandatory challenger with a wicked body shot in the first round of his homecoming bout at the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters in Frisco, Texas.
The IBF titleholder plans to put on a show for his fans in Dallas—who haven't seen a homegrown champion defend his world title at home in 50 years—while the unbeaten Mexican challenger insists he's intent on crashing the party.
Despite a couple hiccups as he adjusts to the new taste of his growing fame, the Dallas, Texas native isn't going to let anyone—whether it be an overzealous fan in a restaurant or unbeaten Mexican contender Carlos Ocampo, who he faces this Saturday night on Showtime—get in his way of becoming the undisputed welterweight champion of the world.
Welterweight world champion defends IBF title for the second time against mandatory challenger Carlos Ocampo on a Showtime-televised card from the Ford Center in Frisco, Texas, which is a part of the Dallas Cowboys team headquarters.