Randy Caballero is undefeated and in the hunt for a world title belt this weekend. Stuart Hall is trying to rebound from the sting of defeat and a title belt would more than suffice in that cause. Randy “El Matador” Caballero will face Stuart “Stuey” Hall for the vacant IBF World Bantamweight title on Saturday at Salle des Etoiles, Monte Carlo, Monaco. Caballero opened as a -400 favorite with the Boxing odds while Hall was a +300 dog.
Stuart “Stuey” Hall
The 34 year old Stuart Hall stands at five feet eight inches tall and fights from an orthodox stance. Hall is a native of the United Kingdom where he still resides. Hall is the third ranked bantamweight in the United Kingdom and is ranked 29th in the world. Hall has a career record of 16 wins, three losses, and two draws. Out of his 16 wins a total of seven have come by knockout. Hall has never suffered a knockout defeat. Hall is coming off a split decision loss to Paul Butler in a 12 round bout that took place on June 7, 2014 for the IBF world bantamweight title at the Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom.
Randy “El Matador” Caballero
The 24 year old Randy Caballero stands at five feet six inches tall with a reach of 68 inches. Caballero is a native of California, USA where he still resides. Caballero is the top ranked bantamweight in the United States and is ranked 14th in the world. Caballero has a career record of 21 wins, 0 losses, and 0 draws. Out of his 21 career wins a total of 13 have come by knockout. Caballero is coming off a technical knockout win over Kohei Oba in the eighth round of a scheduled 12 round bout that took place on April 4, 2014 in Japan. Prior to that Caballero scored a technical knockout win over Jessy Cruz in the seventh round of a scheduled 10 round bout that took place on November 26, 2013 at Sunrise, FL.
This is a good spot for Caballero and there is nothing to indicate failure for him in this matchup. We’ll call for Randy Caballero!