@keniasenriquez and Texan Mary Salinas fight this Saturday in Hermosillo, with the interim WBC light flyweight title up for grabs, Both "Jaguarcita" Enríquez (18-1-0, 8 ko's) and "Mary" Salinas (15-5-3, 5 ko's) have won championships in the past.
The Ring Officials appointed by the WBC are: Supervisor Francisco Mouet, referee Christian Curiel, and judges Raymundo Pérez from Nevada, Perla Vanessa Rodriguez from Oregon, and Juan Ocampo from Mexico City.
Enríquez won the flyweight world title by beating Ana Arrazola in November 2014, but was defeated by Melissa McMorrow, Salinas is a former World Youth Champion, as she defeated the then unbeaten Dorely Valente in 2013.
Kenia has notched up 5 wins in a row. The Texan presents solid international experience, having thrice contested for a world championship, all three in Japan, where she lost to Etsuko Tada by decision (a judge saw her lose By two points) in 2012, tied with Naoko Shibata in 2015 (one judge saw her win) and in a second fight she was defeated by majority decision in 2016.
The other three defeats that she has suffered were against Esmeralda "Joya" Moreno Anahí Torres, Jessica Nery Plata.
Enríquez has managed to get important triumphs also. She knocked out Jolene Blackshear to become NABF North American champion in the light flyweight division in 2014. And in 2015 she overcame former world champion Katia Gutiérrez. Remaining busy, in 2016 she knocked out former North American champion, Amaris Quintana. "Jaguarcita" is poised to pounce with the advantage of height and reach. The Texan with the advantage of boxing skills and endurance.
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