With very complete and effective boxing, showing leg and hand speed, precision in his combinations and a great physical display, Angel “Camaleón” Ayala became the official challenger for the WBC flyweight world championship, by clearly and convincingly beating former world champion, Nicaraguan Cristofer "Látigo" Rosales, in the main event of card presented by Zanfer and Bell Rings, and broadcast by Azteca 7
The Metepec Fairgrounds in Mexico was packed with an enthusiastic crowd that was always supporting Ayala round after round, chanted his nickname, and there were plenty of cries of "Mexico, Mexico".
The mayor of Metepec, Fernando Flores, the president of Zanfer, Fernando Beltrán, and actor and singer Eduardo Capetillo, who sang the national anthem, were present at the function and were equally moved by Ayala's performance.
Ayala (14-0, 6 KO's) remained undefeated and gave a statement in the ring, against an opponent with great experience alike Rosales (32-6, 21 KO's), who was looking for counters all night. Ayala landed the most punches, and also connected with the shots that did the most damage.
After ten rounds of constant action and emotions, Ayala took the victory with three cards in his favor, 120-107, 116-111 and 116-112.
In the co-feature, Luis “Zurdito” Ramirez (10-0, 10 KO's) extended his perfect record, and in just 1 minute and 22 seconds. He demonstrated his power with his fists, scoring two knockdowns and knocking out Brandon “Cristalito” Romero (12-3-1, 6 KO's), who had to be taken out of the ring on a stretcher and transferred to a hospital for medical attention.
With this victory, “Zurdito” Ramírez wins the WBC junior super bantamweight world championship.