Venezuelan lightweight terror Ismael Barroso (16-0-2, 15 KOs) continued his devastating ways by smashing out Mexican veteran Maximiliano Galindo in three brutal rounds last Friday night (December 5).
Fighting in Galindo’s hometown of Sinaloa, Mexico, Barroso dropped Galindo in the first and second rounds and then twice more in round three, the final time for good.
Barroso’s promoter, Greg Cohen of Greg Cohen Promotions, says that his fighter was typically impressive. “Galindo had fought some decent foes but no one is ready for the kind of power my fighter brings to the table. He’s punching lightweights with the power of a heavyweight.”
Barroso, from El Tigre, Venezuela, is 31 and ready for his prime time debut on the near future.
“It’s time to unleash him on the US,” continued Cohen. “He’s a terrific talent from South America and pretty soon he’ll be known all over the world. We’re putting together a series of fights for Ismael that will land him at the top of boxing, where a fighter with his power belongs.”