Originally posted on Pro Boxing Fans  |  Last updated 4/4/12
In just under two weeks, on Saturday, April 14, from the Mandalay Casino in Las Vegas a junior welterweight collision will erupt between Mauricio Herrera and Mike Alvarado live on Pay-Per-View, as part of the telecast that will feature Juan Manuel Marquez versus Sergey Fedchenko for the interim WBO Jr. welterweight championship, and Brandon Rios versus Richard Abril for the interim WBA lightweight championship. Yesterday, we caught up with Mauricio "El Maestro" Herrera at the official media work out in the heart of Hollywood, CA.  Here is what he had to say: Q:  What do you know about Mike Alvarado? A:  He's a tough fighter with a high guard.  He comes forward aggressively with a lot of heart.  He looks like he wants the win bad in every fight and he's going to be tough to beat but I'm up for the challenge. Q:  Have you seen Alvarado fight before? A:  I have seen a couple of his fights before and I see a strong guy that just comes forward.  He has a good "1-2" and also a good
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