Boxer Mike Alvarado was arrested on Saturday in Denver according to a report from The Denver Post.
Alvarado is several weeks away from his fight with Brandon Rios. The anticipated trilogy is scheduled on 24th Jan. at the 1stBank Center, Bloomfield, Colorado. Alvarado’s preparation for this “must win” fight of his career might be jeopardized. But Henry Delgado, Alvarado’s manager, assured that “there’s no problem with the fight.”
“As long as he’s out. And he’s been bailed out. The fight’s only in a few weeks. I don’t see that being a problem.”
Alvarado who had two classic war with Rios is in a “must win” situation. After he evened up the score with Rios in a rubber match, Alvarado had lost twice in a row in his last two fights. He was knocked out by Ruslan Provodnikov in October 2013 and dropped a unanimous decision over Mexican great Juan Manuel Marquez in May 2014.
Although Delgado assured Alvarado’s fight with Rios will have no problem, but he is uncertain on Alvarado’s future in boxing.
“But after that, [fight with Rios] I don’t know” said Delgado.