Juarense boxer Alan’Cachorro’ Solís showed off his WBO Latin championship belt at the Cielito Lindo restaurant on the border on Friday. On April 1, the undefeated frontier fighter defeated Jonathan Aguilar (formerly Chiapas) in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, and won the championship.
“This is very exciting and inspiring, because here is my family, my friends, my relatives and everyone knows the hard work I have put in for this, and I have always been supported by everyone,” Juarez’s The boxer said his scepter at the award ceremony.
In the battle with Aguilar, “Cachorro” won the unanimous decision of the vacant Latin title, which was held at the Centennial Sports Center in Los Mochis.
Solis has had 14 battles in his career, and so far he has no idea he has lost. He has a record of 13 victories, seven of which were knockouts and one draw.
“The key is that I keep it in the gym day and night, take measures, I will not be overloaded with work, nor will I persevere, because a person is not always motivated, but if you are trained, you will get A great achievement,” the boxer said.
After showing the title, “Cachorro” admitted that he is already thinking about his next game, which will be the game against Pablo’Diamante’ Robles on the land where Los Mochis is crowned on June 10 this year.
“We have started to prepare for the next participation, and we have to work hard. We are always ready to seize any opportunity,” he said of his next battle.
‘Diamante’ Robles is a boxer originally from Tijuana, Baja California, California, who set a record of 14 wins (9 knockouts), 2 losses and 0 innings. His last battle was a duel with Sonora’s Bryan Acosta on January 29. Robles lost the duel.
- Alan Solis
- Nickname: “Puppy”
- Age: 22 years old
- Place of Birth: Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua
- Height: 1.73 m
- Weight: 57 kg
- Subject: Boxing
- Title: WBO Latin Championship
- 13th Victoria
- 7 knockouts
- 0 failures
- 1 tie