(INSIDE BOXING) Outstanding performances is what we get from "SuperMex" Francisco Bojado the 2000 Mexican Olympian.
Bojado advanced his unblemished ring record to 6-0-0 by knocking out former Guyanan and Fecarbox champion Glenn Forde in the second round. All Bojado's victories come by way of knockout. The Bojado vs. Forde was a special six round lightweight bout featured on Showtime Championship Boxing this past Saturday, June 23, 2001.
Bojado used the first round as a feeling out round. In the second round it was time to get busy and get the job done. It was clearly obvious the former Fecarbox champion had no business in the ring with Bojado. Bojado's talent and skill in the ring were far superior than his opponent. A right hand lands to the chin of Forde ending the fight. "I thought he would be wild but he came out calm." Said Bojado "I expected more."
Bojado has been taking on the tough opposition since he turned professional. His last 4 opponents have had winning records, Mario Lacey, Bojado's 3rd opponent was undefeated at 3-0. Bojado has the Mexican fans whispering "Bojado is the next Mexican marvel". Soon they won't just be whispers. "I'll fight anyone they put in front of me" Says Bojado
I'm not the only one who feels Bojado is destined for greatness, the WBC rated him #30 in their rankings after his fifth fight.
Manager Joe Hernandez is content with Bojado's performances and says there are things to improve and work on but can't complain for where they're at in Bojado's career.