Is Josesito Lopez the modern day Rocky?
By FightFan.com Staff (29-Aug-2012)
Josesito Lopez has been in this position before – the underdog against a favored opponent. He proved the naysayers wrong when he broke Victor Ortiz’s jaw in June and he’s out to prove them wrong again on Mexican Independence Day against undefeated superstar Canelo Alvarez. In an exclusive ALL ACCESS interview, Lopez addresses the concerns about his upcoming David vs. Goliath showdown against Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez on September 15 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, NV.
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