Jose Zepeda And Robert Alcazar The Past Trainer Of Oscar De La Hoya And Edwin Valero DUAL SIGNED Victory Celebration Photo

Jose Zepeda And Robert Alcazar The Past Trainer Of Oscar De La Hoya And Edwin Valero DUAL SIGNED Victory Celebration Photo

Jose Zepeda and Robert Alcazar the past trainer of Oscar De La Hoya & Edwin Valero DUAL SIGNED (silver sharpie) after fight victory celebration 8" x 10" photo.

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Jose Zepeda born (May 24, 1989) is an American of Mexican descent in the lightweight division. An up-and-coming prospect signed with Zanfer Promotions.

Amateur Career
Jose's amateur record was 15-1

Professional Career
Jose began his career in 2009.

In December 2010 Jose began working with famed boxing trainer Robert Alcazar former trainer for World Champion Oscar De La Hoya.

In July 2013 he fought former title contender Ricardo Dominguez and won by TKO in the 3rd round.

Jose Zepeda was born May 24, 1989 in Long Beach, California. He is California born and a first generation American, but has strong Mexican roots, shortly after his birth, his family and him moved to Mexicali, Mexico.

In 1997, Jose was influenced by the Julio Cesar Chavez vs Oscar De la Hoya fight and wanted to become the next best boxing champion.

In 1999, his family helped him make that aspiration a reality by moving back to Southern California to start training at the age of 10. His training and focus, throughout elementary school, middle school, and high school has paid off, he is now ranked 12 in the World by the WBO in the lightweight division.

Having the talent and passion for boxing, he started out in amateur boxing in February of 2004.

At the age of 21, Jose made his professional debut in 2009 with a first-round knockout. His professional boxing record is 22-0 with nineteen coming by way of knockout.


Robert Alcazar, who years ago trained Oscar de la Hoya, is the new chief trainer of hard-punching undefeated lightweight Edwin Valero.

Jose Castillo, the manager of Valero, made the announcment. Alcazar replaces former USA Olympic boxing coach Kenny Adams. Valero is in heavy training getting set to take on Antonio Pitalua for the vacant WBC Lightweight Championship on April 4 at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas.

“I’ve known Robert for a long time,” said Castillo. “We just don’t want Edwin to get involved in those wild, crazy exchanges anymore. Robert has a new game plan. He is going to work on Edwin’s footwork, control his distance and instruct him to use his jab more.”

The Valero vs Pitalua fight is the featured title fight on a Golden Boy Promotions Pay Per View card. Valero, 24-0 with 24 knockouts, is promoted by Top Rank. Pitalua has a record of 46-3 with 40 knockouts.

Valero, 27, strikes with extreme power. He is from Bolero Alto, Merida, Venezuela.

“We are thrilled that we have become Edwin’s promoter. We believe he will become one of the most recognizable superstars in boxing,” said Bob Arum.

Alcazar trained De La Hoya as an amateur and worked with him professionally from 1992 through mid-1995. Alcazar was replaced by Jesus ‘The Professor’ Rivero who specialized in defensive schemes.

Valero is training at the South Coast Kickboxing Gym in Costa Mesa, Ca.

“It’s a beautiful facility and we are comfortable here,” Castillo said.