Miami, FL - All Star Boxing, Inc President & CEO Felix "Tuto" Zabala announced the signing of undefeated Mexican lightweight prospect Jair "Kaiser" Valtierra (13-0 7 KO's) to a multi-year exclusive promotional pact with his company.

Valtierra, a 19 year old WBC Latino champion has remained busy despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

Earlier this year "Kaiser" Valtierra appeared on All Star Boxing's Telemundo card in March 13th, which aired live from Mexico City, as he easily outpointed Eduardo Rizo (7-3-3) over eight rounds. He then returned in June where he fought in his native Leon Guanajuato, picking up his second win of the year over Aurelio Hernandez (8-4-1).

Valtierra was scheduled to defend his WBC Latino belt in the main event this coming Sunday night in Mexico City, Mexico against Jerson Aguilar as part of a show promoted by Chiquita Gonzalez in association with All Star Boxing, Inc & Producciones Deportivas.

However, that fight was called off when Mexican National Governor declared a 'Red Light' - which means all sporting events are cancelled for the foreseeable future.

"Its unfortunate that COVID has cancelled my fight scheduled for this Sunday," declared Valtierra "I had trained hard for this fight but I'm ready to start 2021 with a bang, I have signed with a great company like All Star Boxing and hope to showcase my skills in the United States come 2021."

All Star Boxing, Inc is slated to have Valtierra scheduled for action in the first quarter of 2021

"We are excited to have a signed a great boxer in Valtierra," stated Zabala. "2021 will be a break out year for this kid. He's young, charismatic and already an undefeated WBC Latino champion. We look forward to showcasing him often next year on our series."