Chilean flyweight sensation Andres “Crocodile” Campos has joined World Title Challengers Jason and Andrew Moloney in Las Vegas for their historic World Title challengers. The trio are guided by Oceania Manager of the year Tony Tolj
Campos is undefeated in his professional campaign 9-0 and has risen quickly through the World flyweight ranks since linking up with Dragon Fire Boxing Latino alongside stables mates Ramon Mascarena, Raynel Mederos, and Luis Junior Cruzat.
Campos WBO #10 currently holds the WBA Fedebol, WBO Latino, and Chilean flyweight titles, touched down in Las Vegas on Saturday evening, and Tolj opened up on the 24-year-old Campos.
Tolj said, “I had to use a few of my connections within my inner circle to lease with the Chilean and American authorities to allow Campos to travel. Fortunately, they were all very helpful and we gained approval on Friday for Andres to fly to Las Vegas.
“Andres took a COVID-19 test prior to departing and took one on arrival in the United States and just yesterday took another one with myself and The Moloney twins.
“Andres is one of the top quality fighters that Dragon Fire Boxing has acquired during its expansion into South America. He has been in camp with us before in Australia and boxed on one of our cards on the Gold Coast last November. He has spent time in camp with the Moloney twins before and had great work with world rated Bruno Tarimo as well so he really is a top-quality. Now it’s time for the Team to live the dream and put on a show on ESPN