Leo Santa Cruz vs.Alberto Guevara boxing fight a special Saturday fight will begin with a live afternoon doubleheader of Show time Boxing on CBS on 15th December 2012 at (4:30 PM,ET / 1:30 PM, PT, CBS) In the big event voracious young IBF Bantamweight World champion Leo Santa Cruz (22-0-1, 13 KOs) will against fellow unbeaten Alberto Metro Guevara (10-0, 6 KOs) of Mazatlan, Mexico.
We will be providing Leo Santa Cruz vs. Alberto Guevara online Live Boxing fight, Highlights, Result card and updates with details only on here Asportsnews. The exciting non stop action Santa Cruz will defend against Guevara in a battle of unbeaten on CBS. Diaz will make his pro Sebastien the opening bout of a live 90 minute CBS broadcast.
Leo Santa Cruz vs Alberto Guevara Live Boxing Fight Results and Highlights
Leo Santa Cruz vs.Alberto Guevara Boxing Fight
Date: Saturday 15th December 2012
Time: (4:30 PM,ET / 1:30 PM, PT, CBS)
Venue: Mazatlan, Mexico
Online Live Highlights and result on Asportsnews
This has been a breakout year for the fast rising 24 year old Santa Cruz, who will making his fifth start of 2012. He won the IBF 118 round crown with an impressive 12 round unanimous decision over Vusi Malinga last June of 2nd. The Volume punching pressure fight, Santa Cruz retained his title with a 5th round technical knockout win over former World Champion Eric Morel. 9th round knock-out over Victor Zaleta this past fight in November.
If Guevara stands right in front of Santa Cruz, then he will be systematically dismantled. In his fight against Eric Moral, Cruz’s Landed 55 punches a round and connected on a staggering 66% of his power shots and against Victor Zalata he threw 93 punches per round and landed 41%. if he does even close to that, then Santa Cruz will get his 14th win inside the distance.
Daiz is a talented promising southpaw who was the youngest member of the 2012 US Olympic team. A 2 time national amateur champion at bantamweight and graduate of South EL Monte high Diaz went 108-6 in the amateurs. He advanced to the round of 16 in the London games before losing to top rated Cuban and eventual Bronze medalist, Lazaro Alvarez. Diaz who is trained by his father turns pro with one immediate goals.