Best in Boxing Awards at the Four Points By Sheraton Hotel in San Diego

After six years of Promoting the Sport of Boxing and showcasing the sport throughout Baja California with the help of Global Sports Streaming’s Best in Boxing on close to 30 occasions, the well-schooled Borizteca Boxing Promotions now has plans to set up shop in San Diego on a permanent basis which will complement the already successful WCK Muay Thai, Epic Fighting MMA, USA Amateur Boxing, plus the 60+ plus local boxing gyms.
And what better way is there to introduce yourself to the local boxing community but to host a shindig at a popular, local venue like the Four Points By Sheraton Hotel. That’s what they’re doing on Saturday evening when more than a few outstanding athletes will be in attendance. For example, they have Paul “The Ultimate” Vaden coming. Vaden, born December 29, 1967, in San Diego, was the IBF light middleweight champ in 1995. He’s planning to come. Vaden compiled a pro record of 29–3 with 16 knockouts with just one loss. Plus, they’re hoping to have Olympic hopeful, featherweight Andrea Medina and pro boxing standouts like super lightweight Antonio “Relentless” Orozco, welterweight Kevin Torres, plus many of the athletes that Best In Boxing is hoping to honor with their newly designed trophy.
Already a local boxing fan? Then you might already know a great many of these people. (top, left) You have boxers Israel and Antonio Arellano with their support staff, Antonio the great boxer, and brother Israel who was the knockout artist. Next, we have one of the most popular ring card gals of all time Bianca Soto seen here leaning on the ultra-popular Julian “El Shrek” Garcia. Next, we have three of the many Best In Boxing sportscasters who on occasion relayed the blow by blow action: (l to r) top trainer Carlos Barragan Jr. from the House of Boxing, Marcos Villegas from Fight Hub TV and ex-USA Calif. State Super Bantamweight Champion Chris Martin who also won two additional WBO & WBC International Titles; bottom photo, again has trainer Carlos Barragan Jr., promoter Saul Rios, boxer extraordinaire welterweight Kevin Torres and Cristina Carrillo (Torres’ manager whose father Frank Carrillo, owns The Jab Boxing Club and promotes the sport.
Test #2, here we have some of the lovely ladies who performed their magic for the Borizteca Boxing crowds. (l to r) Amaris Quintana, Tania Enriquez and Sandra “the Black Pearl” Robles.
Next, we have the names of the chosen ones who were selected from the many Borizteca Boxing Cards in 2019. No doubt the following performers/fighters went above and beyond in their attempt to impress/entertain the boxing faithful, either those watching at home on Best In Boxing or those who sat ringside at the various venues.

How many shows have you gone to lately where they’ve had a Hall of Fame referee of the stature of Joe Cortez with an assist from an Emmy Award-winning Television personality like Courtney Perna handling the Master of Ceremonies duties and handing out the sponsors’ soon to be treasured, smart-looking trophies? Plus, in the “Prospect of the Year” category, there’s Elvis himself. All kidding aside, the 23-year-old, 5’10½” southpaw Elvis Severino Rodriguez Mendoza from the Dominican Republic (5-0-1, 5 KOs) is a force. Already with six fights in one year, Rodriguez appears to be on the fast track to be a lightweight contender, following in the footsteps of Mr. Devin Haney. Of course, the competition in this year’s 2019 Prospect of the Year appears to be very competitive to the point of being labeled fierce.

(left) In the running for the 2019 Amateur Standout is Jonny Mansour from The Bomber Squad Academy of El Cajon, Calif. Also, a possible USA Olympic Team hopeful is Andrea Medina of the Bound Boxing Academy of Chula Vista, Calif. and finally we have the combatants now being considered for the Fight of the Year winner, (l to r) Ricardo Valdovinos from San Diego and Giovannie Gonzalez from far away Stockton, Calif.
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