SAN ANTONIO – It’s been less than one month since San Antonio’s Jesse “Bam” Rodriguez returned home from Phoenix, Arizona as a world champion boxer.
And yet, Rodriguez is already back in the gym preparing for his next fight, no matter who the opponent might be.
KSAT 12 Sports caught up with “Bam” this week after winning his WBC Super Flyweight World Championship by defeating Carlos Cuadras by unanimous decision on February 5.
INSIDE THE RING: @210bam shows KSAT 12 Sports his first championship belt. Watch the one-on-one interview this Sunday on Instant Replay! #KSATsports #boxing #boxeo @LRam2— KSAT 12 Sports (@InstantReplaySA) February 25, 2022
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Rodriguez, the younger brother of Joshua Franco - who holds a WBA world title in the super flyweight division - is 15-0 with 10 knockouts at only 22-years-old, making him the youngest world champion in boxing today.
You can watch the one-on-one interview between Larry Ramirez and Jesse Rodriguez this Sunday on Instant Replay starting at 11 p.m.
TONIGHT: @LRam2 goes one-on-one with @210bam to talk about his championship fight and what's next for the world champ. Instant Replay starts at 11 pm right after the Nightbeat. #KSATsports #boxing #boxeo— KSAT 12 Sports (@InstantReplaySA) February 28, 2022
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Daniel P. Villanueva has worked with KSAT 12 for over 18 years and is an award-winning producer. To submit story ideas, email firstname.lastname@example.org