April 10th Fight at Agua Caliente Casino Resort to be a Hot Event
La Prensa Hispana
The main card for the April 10th fights should be the type of match, boxing fans look for.
The main event will be between two tough welterweights, David Estrada and Orland Lora. We had the opportunity to speak with Abel Sanchez, trainer for Lora and he has no illusions about this being an easy fight despite the fact Lora has 26 wins and no losses. In a 12 round title fight, Lora will be going against a tough competitor Estrada (22-5)who has been in the ring with the likes of Mosley, Kermit Cintron and Andre Berto. While Estrada did not win over Mosley, he lost by decision having withstood everything Mosley could throw at him. The fight will be telecast over ESPN and represents a big step for either fighter should he win. Lora who lives in Culiacan Sinaloa has been training in Big Bear after going a few rounds at the Coachella Boxing Club to warm things up. According to Sanchez, Lora prefers the high altitude of Big Bear that will assist him in building up stamina for a bout that may go the distance. As welterweights, both fighters would like to be in a position to challenge Timothy Bradley of Cathedral City who currently holds the coveted and most recognized WBA Light Welterweight title. The winner of this fight will end up in the top ten.
Another good fight scheduled for the evening will be Victor Fonseca who comes in at 122 lbs and a 17-0 record. Fonseca trains in Barranquita, Puerto Rico and is expected to arrive in the Coachella Valley after Easter Sunday . In speaking with Fonsecas’ manager Javier Bustillos in Ponce, Puerto Rico, he said Fonseca is an excellent fighter and having sent his last opponent Al Seeger to the hospital in October after the fight was stopped in the 9th round, he expects an action packed fight. Fonseca, the 28 year old fighter is a southpaw. Check the Agua Caliente ad on this page for more details on the event.