Jose Arellano, Colorado Amateur Star, is Set For Pro Debut

By Twine B. Livity/RockyMountainBoxing.com

With his debut bout looming, one would think that Jose Arellano would feel a sense of anxiety or pressure just a few days ahead of his first professional bout. Arellano, who recently signed a contract with local promotional banner Sparta Combat League, is excited to jump start his career into high gear with the tutelage of former professional boxer turned trainer Hector Saez.

He faces a veteran opponent in Isaac Johnson this Saturday night but stated “I am 100% ready” when asked about how he feels heading into his first professional fight after a successful stint in the amateur ranks.

Arellano along with trainer Hector Saez both feel well-prepared heading into the bout on Saturday night as they have worked together over the past 5 years during Arellano’s amateur career that saw him win the Ringside championship in 2016.

Arellano’s debut will be in the super lightweight division but mentioned he will campaign at the lightweight divisional limit of 135 pounds after this fight like his idol Juan Manuel Marquez.

Arellano has high expectations for his career, as he wants to become a world champion and be known as one of the best. Hector Saez emphasized that making the right decisions will be pivotal to guiding Arellano towards his goal of becoming a world titlist.

He also mentioned that Arellano has the work ethic to become a world champion, as he is always in the gym. With the fight just a few days away, Arellano was already…

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