Thursday, December 22, 2011
Fort Worth boxer Jose Hernandez signs with Espinoza Boxing
"El Loco" will most likely make his fighting debut with Espinoza in February.
Despite having having more ups and downs in his professional boxing career than a ride at Six Flags, Fort Worth’s Jose “El Loco” Hernandez has always resonated with fight fans here in North Texas. The humble young fighter fights with an indescribable tenacity in the ring that is as awe-inspiring as it is brutal. Unfortunately, Hernandez’s career has been perplexing as he has often found himself the “B-side” in a number of fights against ballyhooed young prospects. It’s not as if the likes of Michael Perez and Sharif Bogere were that much more talented than Hernandez, it was just that Hernandez often found himself taking these fights on short notice.
However, it appears that “El Loco’s” days of toiling in the cut throat business of boxing may have gotten a lot easier as word broke today that Hernandez has just signed on with the Espinoza Boxing management group.
“We are excited to sign Jose Hernandez,” stated Frank Espinoza via his Twitter account. “He’s an exciting fighter and always comes to fight. I feel he has a bright future.”
Hernandez seemed equally excited saying, “I’m happy to be apart of the Espinoza Boxing Club. I know I’m in good hands and excited to fight!”
Hernandez joins the roster of considerable talent under the Espinoza Boxing Club banner like Daniel Ponce De Leon, Luis Ramos, and Israel Vazquez.
Hernandez is coming off a win this past October against Justo Vallecillo and will most likely make his fighting debut with the Espinoza Boxing Club in February.
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