From Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico, staying home to prevent the spread and spread of Covid-19, super featherweight champion of the World Boxing Council, Miguel “Alacran” Berchelt, attended a conference through “Facebook Live.”
Berchelt (37-1-0, 33 knockouts) represented by Mario Abraham CEO of Max Boxing and promoted by Promociones Zanfer, said that he continues to stay in shape by exercising at home, and that he goes out for a run in the morning “with due precautions, keeping a healthy distance, running alone and attending to the strictest hygiene measures.
The “Alacrán” states that fellow Mexican, also undefeated and former world champion, Óscar Valdez, should be his next opponent, because in addition to being the official challenger, “It's a fight that both parties want, we are both represented by Top Rank, and people want to see it. This will be a war between Mexicans.”
28-year-old Miguel assured that the signing of contracts is close, but that for the moment the important thing is to know when public activities can be rescheduled.
The WBC super featherweight world champion, with six successful defenses since winning his title in January 2017, commented that his idea is to equal or exceed the nine defenses of this same championship that Julio César Chávez accomplished between 1984 and 1987.