Prince Ranch Boxing’s world title contender, “Vicious” Victor Pasillas (16-1, 9 KOs), is ripped and able to make his ring return. After struggling his lone loss to WBA Interim tremendous bantamweight champion, Ra’eese “The Beast” Aleem (18-0, 12 KOs), Pasillas is decided to get again within the win column.
“I’ve been coaching like a madman over the previous few months since I misplaced my first battle as an expert to Aleem,” stated Pasillas. “Dropping has not sat effectively with me and I’m hungrier then ever to get again within the ring. Going into my final battle I spend most of coaching camp making an attempt to drop some weight, so I discovered my lesson. I positively need my rematch with Aleem, however I do know I have to work my method again to that battle.”
“What occurred that evening was an aberration and didn’t replicate the kind of fighter I’m. We had some setbacks throughout coaching camp, that I don’t foresee ever taking place once more. Though no person likes to lose, there’s at all times a silver lining, and I discovered mine.
Pasillas, who had an electrifying efficiency in opposition to Ranfis Encarnacion (18-2, 14 KOs) earlier than his defeat to Aleem, a bout proven reside of FS1, vows to change into a world champion. Encarnacion was undefeated on the time.
“I do know I received what it takes to change into a world champion,” continued Pasillas, who’s managed by Greg Hannley of Prince Ranch Boxing. “I’m prepared to battle anybody at featherweight or tremendous bantamweight. I’m by no means going to let myself get heavy in between fights once more. I’m hoping to get a battle by the top of summer season. I’ll do all the pieces in my energy to get again into title rivalry. I simply wish to say thanks to my lord and savior Jesus Christ , my lovely household, my group and pals, and all my supporters. Vicious Vic Pasillas will probably be again!”