Kay "Wild Wild" West Scheduled To Make Debut For Cota Boxing Promotions
Fighting in Baja California, Mexico for the first time in her career, undefeated Bantamweight prospect Kaleisha “Wild Wild” West (7-0-0, 0 KO’S) is heading south of the border hoping to extend her fight streak to 8 straight wins. On March 29, 2008, the Moreno Valley native looks to impress a sell out crowd in front of the famous "Gymnasio Tigre Garcia" in Ensenada, Baja California Mexico.
Article posted on 03.03.2008
West is scheduled to fight Ceniz Meraz (0-1-1, 0 KO’S) from Sonora, Mexico. While looking to build on her WBC #9 ranking, West expressed the following thoughts on fighting in Mexico for her first time; “I’m excited for the opportunity that Cota Boxing Promotions has given me to showcase my skills and I hope to give the fans in Mexico a fight that they’ll never forget. My father has a lot of respect for Mexican fighters and he has made me understand that I’m not facing a duck.”
Kay also went on to say, “I’m training hard as if this fight was my last. I want to give the crowd something to cheer about. Being that I’m half Mexican, it makes me more proud and pumps me up knowing I’m representing my own heritage. I love to hear the crowd and it gets me going…I fight for the people.”
Doors open at 7:00 p.m. This boxing event is being brought to you by Cota Boxing Promotions and tickets can be purchased by calling: 818-612-9296.
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