With the most talented Mexican American boxers now competing, Rancho Humilde is dominating the sport. You have the Vargas dynasty, which consists of Emiliano, Amado, and Fernando Vargas. Their father, Fernando el Feroz Vargas, is their coach. Boxing of the second generation Vargas is gaining steam and power. Three-time wbc super middleweight champion David Benavides, who fights out of Phoenix, Arizona, was also spotted with a rancho humilde patch on his shorts for his most recent match, in which he defeated David Lemieux. Eduardo el diablo Marquez, a boxer from Long Beach, California, competes in the 135-pound weight division and rides with Rancho Humilde. He is one of boxing’s most promising prospects and is getting ready to attempt to go 4-0 on October 8 in Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico. He predicts a knockout in the first round. One of the fighters for Rancho Humildes is Isaac Pit Bull Cruz, who fought Gervonta Davis over a period of time and is widely regarded as having prevailed.