LAS VEGAS (November 24, 2014) – This past Saturday in Bolivia, WBC #18 heavyweight contender, “Bronco” Billy Wright (46-4, 37 KOs), continued his amazing run of consecutive knockouts, while climbing up the WBC rankings.
Bronco Billy scored with a first round knockout against Juan Carlos Flores-Choque (14-4, 13 KOs), extending his KO streak to 13. Billy Wright who turns 50-years old on December 10, 2015, extended on another streak, winning his 17th consecutive fight in a row.
In the process, Bronco Billy defended his LATIN AMERICAN, FECARBOX, andUnited States (USNBC) Silver titles, all sanctioned by the WBC. Not wasting any time, Bronco Billy Wright is looking to get back in the ring on Dec, 6, 2015.
“If I’m able to lock down an opponent, I’ll be fighting again on December 6th, said Bronco Billy Wright. “I’m looking to close out the year with another knockout. That will make it five fights in 2014, all wins coming by way of knockout. I’ll turn 50 on December 10th. Going into 2015, I’m confident my WBC ranking will move up. I’m willing to fight any of the top contenders to get me closer to my dream of becoming heavyweight champion. The only problem is none of these guys are willing to fight me. That can all change in 2015. I’m looking to make history.”
At age 49, Bronco Billy Wright is a legitimate figure in the heavyweight division. With his winning streak intact, Wright could be in a major fight with a top contender in 2015.