Reyes vs. Degollado | Photo: Art Gallegos Jr.

Artemio Reyes inks deal with Top Rank

Welterweight Artemio “King” Reyes hasn’t been in the spotlight in over 2 years. The Colton fighter has been MIA since knocking out Christopher Degallado in November of 2014 but it seems, all that is about to change. caught up with Reyes in February 2104, he had just signed a deal with manager Cameron Dunkin and was looking to have a big year.

“Sky’s the limit” said Reyes, who fought exclusively under the Thompson Boxing banner for most of his career and in their ballroom shows at the Double Tree Hotel “I think they’re trying to get me out of the Double Tree. Which is fine but if they can’t find me a fight, i’d rather stay there and stay active.”

The 6 ft. welterweight did finish out 2014 with 2 KO victories but spent the next 2 years getting his team right.

Reyes enlisted the help of Southern California based management firm Espinoza Boxing and has now announced his signing with Top Rank.

“Words can’t express the excitement I have joining Top Rank. Time to push myself like before on my quest to winning a championship!” Reyes announced via Twitter

Reyes has recently been working with trainer Henry Ramirez to work off some of the ring rust.



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