Burley Brooks vs Cameron Sevilla Rivera: Age, Height, Weight, Reach, Net Worth, Record, and More

Published 08/21/2021, 1:08 PM EDT


The immediate rematch between Burley Brooks and Cameron Sevilla Rivera will see them compete in another 6-round light heavyweight scrap in the undercard of Pacquiao vs Ugas on August 21. The original clash in April saw Rivera win by handing Brooks his second consecutive loss as a professional.

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‘The PuertoRican Bakugo’ was clearly the better fighter, as he claimed a unanimous decision to have his hands raised. However, he will have to prove his superiority once again to close off the rivalry. Meanwhile, Burley Brook’s unscratched record of 6-0 has now fallen short with 2 losses on board. So, he needs to win this time to resurrect himself on the ride. Or else, it can be fatal for his nearing plans.

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Both men have tested each other a few months back, and it assures the fans that they are well aware of each other’s game plan. But several factors can still play a pivotal role in concluding the bout. Here’s a look at those parameters.

Burley Brooks vs Cameron Sevilla Rivera: Record and stats

Burley Brooks holds a record of 6-2 in which he has 5 KO wins. Thus, ‘Havoc’ has a KO ratio of over 62%. He made his pro debut in March 2019 and has already risen to a legitimate distance in the current rankings. Although there’s a lot of tasks left to attain, Brooks is taking the right path in his career.

In response, Cameron Sevilla Rivera holds a record of 9-6-3, in which he has 6 KO wins under the belt. It’s clearly not an impressive record. But Rivera has ended his five-fight win-draught with 2 consecutive wins in his last professional appearances. So, he can give a tough challenge to Brooks once again.

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The physical attributes

Despite a bad outcome in his last fight, several credentials favor Burley Brooks to win the rematch. He is a bigger boxer with a 6’2” height and 75” reach. His opponent Cameron Sevilla Rivera is 5’10” with 75” reach, which will get dwarfed in the in-ring affair.

25-years-old Brooks and 29-year-old Rivera can produce one of the most interesting fights of the night. They have fought before and can unveil a better quality of contest this time. So, fight fans can rightly put their favor in the high-voltage collision.

Burley Brooks vs Cameron Sevilla Rivera: Social Media Stardom

Both the boxers seem to remain away from Internet fame and have very limited activities on social media. Burley ‘Havoc’ Brooks has 17.1 K followers on Instagram and Rivera has a mere 720 followers. So, they are yet to attain the level where Internet fame and sponsorship can bring them money.

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Their surging developments in the professional chain assure that the boxers will expand even more in the future. However, they will have to continue beating the odds in their favor and the trend will begin in a few hours.

Money Game of Burley Brooks and Cameron Sevilla Rivera

The upcoming opponents appear to earn their bread and butter from the lucrative sport of boxing. But none of the credible sources validates their exact net worth. Thus, it’s safe to assume any numbers located in their existing bank accounts.

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How do you see the fight happening? Let us know your predictions in the comment.

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Raj Sarkar

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A senior boxing writer at EssentiallySports, Raj Sarkar is a mass media graduate who is currently pursuing his master’s degree in broadcast journalism. In addition to his current role, he has worked with the MMA team at EssentiallySports and has interviewed prominent fighters such as Ritu Phogat and 'The Red King' Rory MacDonald. He combined his bachelor's degree with his adoration for combat sports and has a combined 2000 plus bylines in MMA and boxing over the last two years.

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