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Unbeaten middleweight prospect, Luis Arias (18-0) faces a huge step up in opposition this coming weekend when he faces the formidable former WBA middleweight champion and one of the division’s biggest names, Danny Jacobs (32-2) in the show that is the first ever stateside promotion by Matchroom mogul, Eddie Hearn.

Arias warned Jacobs he is about to experience unchartered territory against a credible opponent who has thus far flown under the radar. “I am very well trained, strong, ready for a war. Jacobs is underestimating me, many people do not know me, he does not know me, they think it will be easy, but, in reality, it is going to be a war,” Arias told ESPN Deportes.

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