Floyd Schofield vs. Ricardo Lopez Torres Stats: Age, Height, Weight, Reach, Net Worth, Record, and More

Published 12/01/2023, 12:47 AM EST

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Ryan Garcia is ready to take on Oscar Duarte in a 12-round super lightweight fight this Saturday, courtesy of Golden Boy Promotions. With a record of 23-1, 19 KOs, the dynamic ‘King Ry’ is gearing up for an intense matchup against ‘La Migraña.’ Duarte, a knockout specialist boasting a record of 26-1-1, 21 KOs, promises to bring his power-packed skills to the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. On the undercard, we have 21-year-old Floyd Schofield of the United States against 26-year-old Ricardo ‘Explosivo’ Lopez Torres of Mexico.

The fight is an exhilarating one. Let’s find out everything we need to know about the fighters and the bout.

Floyd Schofield Vs. Ricardo Lopez Torres: Physical attributes


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20-year-old Floyd Schofield is coming into this fight with a record of 15-0 with 11 knockouts under his belt. His amateur record boasts a 180-20. The fighter who turned professional in 2020 stands 5-foot-7-inches tall with a reach of 170 cm. The bout is set to happen in the lightweight division, in which Schofield usually fights.

Lopez is a more experienced fighter standing at 5-foot-6-inches with a reach of 168 cm. He is going into this fight with a record of 17-7-3 with 12 knockouts. It will be interesting to watch the underdogs make a change in the present narrative. Though Lopez has more wins to his name, he also has more losses with it. Knockout rate of Schofield also give him an advantage over Lopez.


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Other facts about Schofield and Lopez

Schofield debuted in October 2020. He is currently ranked 86th globally and is a force to be reckoned with. In his last fight, the pugilist secured a dominant unanimous decision win against Haskell Rhoades in July securing 3 knockdowns. Lopez debuted earlier, in March 2016. Moreover, he has more fights under his name and is ranked 594th in the world.


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As fans await Garcia and Haney to battle it out, Schofield and Lopez on the undercard have the task of putting up a show good enough to stay in their fans’ minds for longer and establish themselves as worthy fighters. Are you excited to witness the two battle it out inside the ring? Let us know in the comments below.

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Prachi Prava Senapati


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The Greatest aka Muhammad Ali would always say, “We can’t be brave without fear.” I am a Boxing author at EssentiallySports and was first drawn to the boxing gym when a friend of mine came to meet me with her hand wraps still on. After arranging enough resources, I joined the gym and eventually tried my hand at MMA as well.
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Arijit Saha