Decorated Amateur Daniel Blancas
Dominates In Second Pro Fight!
(May 21st) Last night middleweight prospect, Daniel Blancas (2-0, 1 KO), who was a decorated amateur, stayed undefeated in his second pro fight as he scored a dominate unanimous decision over Heinrich Coorssen Caceres (0-1). The 4-round bout take place on the ProBox Promotions card in Plant City, Florida.
"It felt good to get the win, my opponent was tough, but I won every round," said Blancas. "My goal is to knock out every fighter I face, but last night I learned a valuable lesson that sometimes you can hit people with big shots and they're not going down. Some fighters are just blessed with great chins. This will mold me into a better fighter in the future."
All three judges saw the bout 40-36 for Blancas, as those in attendance were dazzled by Blancas' command of the fight. Blancas used his size, volume, and power to take control of the fight.
"Blancas is doing what he needs to do to be great and he looked sensational in his second pro fight,'' stated Tim VanNewhouse, Blancas Manager. "We're setting him up to be in the best position to be successful. ProBox Promotions is giving him a great chance to be active, and he is making the most of each fight."
"I might not be satisfied with the result, but I am happy that I got the win,” said an exhausted Blancas. “As I said before, I am chasing greatness, and to chase greatness I need to get better each time I step in the ring. My opponent came to win, and I didn't just fight him, I fought his dreams, and his ambition in the sport. I know each time I fight, I’ll be fighting men who will be putting everything on the line, so I must always be ready. I look forward to learning from this bout and taking this experience into my next fight."
Daniel Blancas Makes Ring Return
Tonightn Plant City Florida!
(May 20th) Super middleweight prospect, Daniel Blancas (1-0, 1 KO), returns to the ring tonight, May 20th against pro, Heinrich Coorssen Caceres, who will be making his pro debut. The 4-round bout will take place in Plant City, Florida on the undercard of Chinese Olympian and IBF No. 1 Contender Fanlong Meng, and former two-time light heavyweight champion Jean Pascal. The card is promoted by ProBox Promotions, streamed live on their ProBoxTV App.
"I am always excited to put on a show, and my pro debut lived up to all expectations as I got the knockout," said Blancas. "I am fighting a man who is looking to shine in his pro debut, so I must be ready for anything he brings to the ring. I am expecting someone who could be a world champion one day, that is the mindset that I’m bringing into the ring. I’m not looking past anyone in this game.”
"Blancas is doing great in the gym and he’s had a wonderful training camp in Tampa,'' stated Tim VanNewhouse, Blancas' Manager. "I have no doubt that he will shine tonight and that he will continue to set the standard of promising young pros being groomed and developed under our stable."
Blancas, who is well over six-feet tall, comfortably made the super middleweight limit of 168 pounds as he tipped the scale at 167 lbs. The 21-year-old Blancas, nicknamed "Iceman" looks to show the world why he was such a hotly talked about prospect in the amateurs.
"I want to be the best, a legend, and to do that I have to win fights in an impressive fashion,” concluded Blancas. “I started my career off with a great knockout and I wish to continue on that path of destroying my opponents. It is one fight at a time, but I am chasing greatness."