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Frankie De Alba to defend UBF All-Americas title for the 3rd time 

Frankie De Alba to defend UBF All-Americas title for the 3rd time 
Allentown, PA (February 19, 2015)–He is one of the hottest fighters on the east coast.  He has become a prospect on everyone’s radar and this Saturday night, Jr. Lightweight Frank De Alba will look for his 13th consecutive victory when he takes on Jose Bustos for the UBF Jr. Lightweight All Americas title in the main event at the Econo Lodge.

The show is promoted by King’s Promotions.

De Alba of Reading, PA has a record of 14-1-2 in and in addition to 12th straight wins, he is unbeaten in his last 14 bouts.

De Alba, who won a 8-round unanimous decision over Jesse Carridine last October 4, went right back in the gym shortly after that bout.

“Training camp has been great.  I have been in camp for two months.  I feel great and excited.  I am ready and in shape and am 100% ready for Saturday,” said De Alba.

On Bustos, De Alba doesn’t seem to know much on the man who will trying to break that winning streak.

“I know nothing about him other than he is from Mexico.  Mexican fighters always come to fight, so I know it will be an exciting fight.”

2015 plans to be a moving year for De Alba for prospect to contender and he knows that this fight could be a dangerous one.

“I know this is a big year.  I have a good streaking going and by the end of the year I should have a good step up fight.  First I am ready for Saturday and I have to start off on a good foot.  I am ready to give my all.”

Bustos of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico has a record of 7-2-3 with 4 knockouts.

The 23 year-old is unbeaten in his last three which includes that last two victories.  He is coming off a 10-round split decision over Hector Mendoza on April 11, 2014 in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.

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