St. Pete’s Woman Boxer Noemi Bosques’ Dream Comes True

Noemi Bosques

TAMPA, Fla., Dec. 1, 2014 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Noemi Bosques has dreamed about fighting for a world title since her father laced on her first boxing gloves at the tender age of three. On December 13 at the Florida State Fairgrounds, the St. Petersburg native will have her wish come true when she fights Pueblo, Colorado's Chantel Cordova in a 10-round bout for the vacant WBU (World Boxing Union) World Super Flyweight Championship, PPR Management announced today.

Bosques brings a 7-1-2 2 KO's record as a pro boxer into the ring against the more experienced 13-5-2 3 KO's Cordova, a former world champion who is considered an elite female boxer.

"I know that this is a big step up for me. Chantel has been a world champion and has had a distinguished amateur career and has won many titles. I'm the underdog in this bout and that motivates me," says Bosques.

Promoter Jerry Reyes has put together a big bout undercard to the Bosques vs Cordova WBU World Super Flyweight Championship bout main event.

Scheduled to appear are some of Florida's brightest boxing talents including veteran world contender Charles Whittaker, amateur standout Hector Luis Colon (in his pro debut), Joseph Fernandez, Jose Resendez, Ruben Azuma, Alex Roman, Moises Carrasquillo Jr. among others.

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