CES Boxing signs undefeated Super Featherweight Prospect Alejandro Paulino

CES Boxing is proud to announce the signing of one of boxing’s hottest prospects, Alejandro “El Abusador” Paulino, to a multi-year promotional agreement. “This is our biggest signing since Jamaine Ortiz,” said CES Boxing founder Jimmy Burchfield, Sr. “Paulino is one of the best young prospects in boxing. You never have to worry about him being in shape. He’s always in the gym and he wants to be a world champion. These are the types of fighters we want to sign.” New London’s Paulino is a perfect 15-0 with 13 knockouts, his latest win a one round blowout last Saturday night at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT. “I feel like it was time to sign with a promoter because after 15 fights, it’s becoming harder to get quality opposition,” said an excited Paulino. “We went over a few offers, and Jimmy was the best option. CES puts on a lot of big shows in Connecticut and I’m from Connecticut, so it was a perfect match.” The 24-year-old Dominican native, who has worked with CES Boxing since his 9th pro bout, was one of the most sought out prospects in boxing. “We’re honored that Alejandro and his team chose to be with CES on a long-term basis,” said Burchfield, Sr. “We know that there were many promoters who wanted to sign him. He’s an exciting fighter who can box, punch, and adjust to any situation. That’s what TV wants – exciting fighters, and I’m going to use the 35 years of experience I’ve acquired in this business to help him become a world champion.” Alejandro’s manager and trainer, Dr. Roland Estrada, is confident that CES will provide the talented Paulino with the right level of opposition to prepare him for a world title within the next few years. “Jimmy and I have worked together for 20 years now,” explained Dr. Estrada, who guided his son Jason’s career to several amateur titles, the 2004 Olympics, and a 20-6 professional record. “No promoter in New England is doing what Jimmy is doing. His work speaks for itself. We were independent for a while, but when you want to get to the next level, you want to sign with a promoter who can take your fighter from prospect to contender and eventually to world champion.” Estrada has been working with Paulino since the 24-year-old walked into his ‘Big 6 Boxing Academy’ in Providence, Rhode Island as an amateur. The pair have worked together ever since, with the fighter making the hour plus drive from New London, Connecticut to train in Providence, Rhode Island several times a week. “Alejandro is not only an exceptional talent, but he’s extremely dedicated,” said Dr. Estrada, who is a practicing optometrist by day. “He’s 15-0 now. Within a year, I expect him to be fighting for a US title, and by 2025 he should be challenging for a world title.” A three-year pro, Paulino is a perfect 4-0 with 4 KOs in 2023. With this promotional agreement in place, his team expects to step up the power puncher’s level of opposition and fight at least one more time before the year is out.

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