Anthony “El Huero” Sanchez started boxing at the tender age of 10 instantly finding his calling as he fell in love with the sport of boxing. Since that time he as amassed an amateur record that comprised of 75 fights, 66 of which had his hand raised, the young prospect from Long Beach, Califonia is continuing to turn heads amongst boxing most knowledgeable as one for the future, one you should certainly be keeping a keen eye on for future reference.
Turning professional in 2016 the eighteen-year-old as recently taken his record to 6-0-1, only one fighter making it to the final bell as he continues to make his dreams a reality of one day becoming a Multiple World Champion.
Anthony is trained by Sal Casillas at his gym Casillas Boxing Gym in Lynwood on Atlantic and Imperial
PROFESSIONAL RECORD – 6-0-1 (6 KO’s)
HUERO SHARES SPOILS WITH SILVA
Quiet Cannon, Montebello, California, USA – Anthony “El Huero” Sanchez’ knockout streak finally came to an end on Saturday night, faced with the stubborn Christian Alejando Silva, both men had to settle for a draw from a back and forth contest in which “Huero” will feel he did enough to secure victory.
Following the decision Sanchez said “I felt like I was doing enough to win every round except maybe the fifth, It was a great learning experience and I got some rounds in, now it’s time to get back to the gym to work out a few mistakes and we will be back”
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