DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. (April 12, 2013) - Undefeated Mexican super bantamweight prospect Moises "El Chuky" Flores (18-0, 13 KOs) has signed an exclusive promotional contract with Acquinity Sports.
The 26-year-old Flores, who hasn't fought outside of Mexico during his 4 ½ year- professional career, is coming off an impressive second-round knockout of 24-3-1 Rodolfo "Hernandez this past February
"Me and CEO Gary Jonas would like to thank the city of Guadalajara, all of Mexico, for giving us an opportunity to build the career of a talented fighter like Moises," said Henry Rivalta, Acquinity Sports' Vice President of Boxing Operations. "We are confident that, working with our team, 'Chuky' will make some great noise in the 122-pound division.
"We invite all television networks that air boxing - HBO, Showtime, ESPN, Telemundo, Telefutura, ESPN and others - to closely watch Moises Flores. This young man will make history fighting in the United States. His ferocity and quality talent ensures a great future for him as a super bantamweight and, in time, also in the featherweight division."
Flores is the newest member of fast-rising Acquinity Sports. "I'm excited and very happy to have reached an agreement with Acquinity Sports," Flores remarked. "We are ready to continue my winning streak in the United States. I am a very dedicated worker who knows all the benefits Acquinity Sports provides in the U.S. will get me much closer to reaching my goals."
Flores' manager, Franciso "Pancho" Reyes, has had a longtime working relationship with promoter Rivalta. "This is something we had hoped would happen," Reyes added. "Henry and I have worked together for a long time. I've insisted that Acquinity was missing a Mexican representative. Moses is the best fighter to be its first."