Carlos Castro, will put his undefeated record at stake when he fights Oscar Escandón, in a duel, with the WBC Americas Continental featherweight belt on the line, as part of the undercard of Pacquiao vs. Ugás, this Saturday at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Castro, aged twenty-seven from Ciudad Obregón, Sonora, but now based in Phoenix, Arizona, will get into the ring with a 26-0 record, with 11 knockouts.
In his most recent bout, he knocked out experienced Mexican fighter Cesar “Corazón” Juárez in four rounds. This victory gave him a lot of projection worldwide.
Escandón has not fought since December 2019, when he knocked out Jhack Tepora in just one round. He has a record of 26 wins, 5 losses, with 18 knockouts.
The fight, which is promoted by the Premier Boxing Champions, will be televised on PPV.