MARK Bernaldez looks to bounce back from a loss in July as he takes on Argentinean Ezequiel Tevez on Oct. 17, 2020 at the Manual Arttime Community Center Theater in Miami, Florida.
Bernaldez fought for the first time this year, last July 2, inside “The Bubble” of the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. He was totally outclassed by unbeaten Albert Bell via unanimous decision.
After the loss, the 26-year-old Bernaldez immediately went back to training camp at Moro’s Gym in Miami.
Since moving his training camp to Miami, Bernaldez is 2-3 in the US. He made his US debut in 2019 with a one-sided unanimous decision over German Meraz. He followed it up with a first round stoppage of David Berna before losing to Andy Vences by unanimous deicision.
Tevez should be a good activity fight for Bernaldez to boost his confidence.
Tevez is a 35-year-old fighter with a 22 percent knockout rate. He hasn’t fought any elite names except for promising super featherweight prospect Henry Lebron. He lost to Lebron last Nov. 9, 2019 via a third round knockout in Puerto Rico.
Bernaldez is 20-4 with 14 knockouts, while Tevez is 13-5 with four knockouts. (EKA)