The world of professional boxing just became more debonaire with the addition of Gilroy, California’s finest Nohelin “Suave” Hernandez.
Since entering the pro ranks of MMA in 2016, Hernandez injected his brand of violence on ten different occasions—amassing a record on 8-2, collected the Universal Reality Combat Championship (URCC) Featherweight Title, successfully bounced between 135 and 145-pounds without an issue at the scale, and proudly flew the flag of his team, American Kickboxing Academy (AKA), throughout “The Golden State.”
Apparently, this breakneck pace wasn’t enough to satiate Hernandez’s hunger to deliver pain onto others; therefore he decided to apply for his professional boxing license, which was granted by the powers that be.
I am officially licensed as a professional boxer and will be debuting July 7th. Stay tuned pic.twitter.com/EguKmFuWna
— Nohelin J. Hernandez (@suave_135) June 26, 2018
Once Hernandez’s application was accepted, his management team, Iridium Sports Agency, quickly located World Fighting Championships 90 on July 6, 2018, a ring ready to turn “Suave”’s striking talents loose while wrapped in eight-ounce gloves.