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MARQUEZ-VILORIA SPEAK OUT AT FINAL PRESS CONFERENCE

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Los Angeles, CA (November 15, 2012) Motivated and convinced of being able to score a huge victory, the headliners of the ''Champion vs Champion'' fight card which takes place this Saturday night in Los Angeles, California, Mexico's Hernán ¨Tyson¨Márquez and Hawaii's Brian ¨Hawaiian Punch¨Viloria
took part of a media conference today and promised that they will bring everything from the ifrst round on at the Los Angeles Sports Arena this Saturday night in the world championship unification bout which will be broadcast through Azteca 7 in Mexico and Wealth TV in the U.S. The co-feature will see the WBA Light flyweight champion Roman "Chocolatito" González defend his title against Juan Francisco "Gallo" Estrada.


Viloria and Márquez promise War!!!

Based on the great preparation that the fighters had and motivated because of what this Saturday night's fight result will mean, Mexico's (sonora's)Hernán Márquez and Hawaii's Brian Viloria coincided that the fight will indeed be an all-out war and each one declared that they would come out victorious.

Hernan “Tyson” Márquez (34-2-0, 25 ko’s) faces Brian “Hawaian Punch” Viloria (31-3-0, 18 ko’s) this Saturday at the Los Angeles Sports Arena in a match-up which will unify the WBA/WBO Flyweight world titles and a very good fight card which is presented by Zanfer promotions and which will be transmitted in Mexico through ''The House of Boxing'' Azteca 7.

The press conference which took place this Thursday and was hosted by Zanfer Promotions president Fernado Beltrán saw both Márquez and Viloria assure everyone that they had great training camps and had the tools necessary to come out of the ring with both titles in hand.

''I had a great training camp which lasted three months in Oxnard with Robert Garcia and I'm coming in very fast and strong, no weight problems and Saturday night you will see the best ''Tyson'' that has been witnessed, I recognize Viloria's quality as a fighter, he is a great champion, it won't be an easy fight, but I will win'', said the Mexican fighter.


Viloria stated that he knows every moved and that “Tyson” brings and that he has the ideal style to defeat him, as Marquez marches straiight forward, his moves are telegraphed and he can see them coming.

''I'm going to show him, I will box with class, intelligence, win the fight one round at a time, I will have another victory over another Mexican and will do my Hawaiian dance as I always do every time I win'' stated at the time that the Sonorian fighter interrumpted saying that there would be no win or Hawaiian dance, because both titles were going back home with him to Mexico.

Viloria has wins over 17 Mexican which include ¨Archi¨ Solis, ¨Pingo¨ Miranda, Omar Niño and Giovanny Segura.
Fernando Beltrán de Zanfer's Fernando Beltran coincided, affirmed that he expects a true war inside the ring, an explosive, intense fight between two of the world's best fighters in the lower weight divisions and that it has all the ingredients to be one of the best fights of the year.

Fernando Beltrán expressed that one has to offer the best fights to the fans, give them the fights they want, competitive ones, which has been the trademark of his company Zanfer, Tv Azteca and their main sponsor Tecate.

''We will continue with our policy of presenting the fights which the fights want, such as is the case here with two main fights, with four great boxing warriors, there is no doubt that there will be a full house at the historic Los Angeles Sports Arenaand in Mexico, through Azteca 7, surely millions of Mexicans will be following the great card'' espressed Beltran.


MARQUEZ-VILORIA OFFICIAL

Referee David Mendoza will be the third man in the ring in the “Tyson” Márquez and “Hawaian Punch” Viloria bout, while Americans Levi Martínez, Jonathan Davis and David Denkin will be the judges at ringside.

GONZALEZ VS ESTRADA

In the co-featured bout, undefeated WBA Light flyweight champion, Nicaragua's Román “Chocolatito” González (33-0-0, 28 ko’s) will defend his title against Mexico's Juan Francisco “Gallo” Estrada (22-1-0, 18 ko’s). Should Gonzalez win, he could be next in line to face the winner between Márquez and Viloria. Should Estrada win, he will be another Mexican playing in the ''big leagues.''of world boxing.

The conference was well attended and with a great atmosphere, boxing personalities such as Manny Pacquiao, Marco Antonio Barrera and Antonio Margarito, as well as a big contingency of fans, specially Mexicans, cheered on for their new idol, the so-called ''Tyson”

A confident Gonzalez stated that he had a great preparation because he knows that the Mexican Juan Estrada is very dangerous.

''I respect Juan Estrada, as he is a great fighter, a dangerous challenger, I come very well prepared and have no doubt that victory will be mine this Saturday night'' said the Nicaraguan fighter.

Estrada, on his part expressed that he will surprise the boxing world on Saturday night because after he defeats Roman Gonzalez, he will get the credit which he has not received yet in his career.

''I will win the world title without a doubt, that is my dream, I will beat Gonzalez, I will win this Saturday'' stated Estrada as a matter of fact.

OFFICIAL WEIGH-IN

The official weigh-in will take place at 12PM (noon) in one of the halls at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel which is located at 506 south Grand Avenue in downtown Los Angeles.

Tickets can be obtained through www.ticketmaster.com and begin at $37.40 up to $141.25 dollars, all taxes included.








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