Victor Pasillas on Ra’eese Aleem: “I’m Coming To Knock His Ass Out!”

Victor Pasillas vs Ra'eese Aleem LIVE on SHOWTIME January 23

Victor Pasillas confident he will beat Ra'eese Aleem.
Victor Pasillas (left) and Ra'eese Aleem

Victor Pasillas promises a war against Ra’eese Aleem he will win!

Undefeated super bantamweight prospect Victor Pasillas shared insight into his training camp and more as he prepares to take on fellow unbeaten Ra’eese Aleem for the interim WBA super bantamweight title Saturday, January 23 live on SHOWTIME® in a Premier Boxing Champions event from Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn.

Fighting out of his native Los Angeles, California, the 28-year-old (15-0, 8 KOs) had an extensive amateur career. He burst onto the scene with a career-best victory in September 2020, knocking out previously unbeaten Ranfis Encarnacion in six.

With a victory on January 23, Pasillas puts himself into position for a world title shot. Potentially against the winner of that night’s main event that pits WBO Champion Angelo Leo against unbeaten rising star Stephen Fulton Jr. Here is what Pasillas had to say about training, his upcoming showdown against Aleem and more.

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On his recent training camp in Redwood City, Calif., with coach Brian Schwartz

“I’m having a really good training camp and I’ve been getting great sparring from my boys Eros Correa and Arnold Dinong. These guys are pushing me to the limit! In addition, my coach Brian Schwartz is right on point with everything we’ve been working on. I’m feeling great as we enter the final days of training camp.”

On his matchup with Ra’eese Aleem

“I keep telling everyone that this fight is going to steal the show. I’m ready to put a beating on him and have the world witness a major beatdown. You have two pit bulls who are going to leave everything in the ring, and this pit bull will not be denied.

“This is going to be an all-out war and I can’t wait. I’m coming to knock his ass out.”

On making his SHOWTIME debut on January 23

“I’m so grateful to my manager Greg Hannley and everyone at PBC and SHOWTIME for giving me this opportunity. Ever since I was a little kid, I always dreamed about what it would be like to fight on the big stage and here we are.

“Words cannot describe how I’m going to feel when I step in that ring on fight night. I’m getting butterflies just thinking about it. I’ll be ready to show out and show the world that I’m elite. Everyone should be tuning into SHOWTIME on January 23, because the goblin will be let loose.”

On what a victory will do for his career

“Because this fight is for the WBA interim title, when I beat Aleem, it’s going to put me next in line to fight for the regular world title, so this fight means everything to me. I’m going to eliminate Aleem from the path, and I won’t stop until I become the unified champion at 122-pounds.”

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