Axel Aragon Vega and Armando Torres both cleared the scales for their World Boxing Association (WBA) Fedecentro miniminweight title bout, which will be this Friday night in Mexico City.
Aragon Vega weighed in at 107.6 pounds, while Torres needed two attempts at the scales to meet the division’s 108. Once the last step was completed, both are ready to dispute the regional belt of the pioneer organization.
Aragon Vega is a young opponent, only 21 years old, but he has an important experience as it is a world championship fight. In spite of the loss, the Mexican showed grit in that fight and lost due to a hand injury that forced him to retire.
Torres is a veteran of a thousand battles and will try to use his experience to prevail. Despite losing his most recent bout, he won all five of his previous fights and is highly motivated for this opportunity.
Aragon Vega has 14 wins, 4 losses, 1 draw and 8 knockouts. Torres has 26 wins, 19 losses and 19 knockouts.