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Via Maxboxing.com By Benny Henderson. Tonight at Ballys Park Place Hotel & Casino, the undefeated super featherweight contender Joel Diaz Jr. 10-0 (9) will aim to keep his record intact as he takes on the battle tested Puerto Rican born boxer Guillermo Sanchez 13-6-1 (5), in what will be Diaz’s second scheduled ten round bout. The twenty-year old knock out artist has devoured all that has crossed his path, stopping all but one via knock out, half of his victories have come in the opening round. In this exclusive interview, Doghouse Boxing gets the thoughts of the young gun on his upcoming match-up, bright future and more, enjoy. Benny Henderson Jr.: The last time we spoke you were preparing for your first ten rounder, but it only took you five rounds to dispose of fight veteran Emmanuel Lucero. All though he has ten losses on his record, prior to your bout, he has fights against top notch opposition, most notably, Manny. Your thoughts on that victory, and what it says about Joel Diaz Jr.