Chris Arreola Breaks Left Hand, Damages Right
Nicknamed "The Nightmare," the 29-year-old Arreola rose to to 29-2, with 25 knockouts against the 32-year-old Quezada (29-6, 18 KOs) of Bakersfield, whose ring name is, "El Toro."
"We had Chris at the doctors on Saturday, and we expect a full report later on today and a confirmation of everything. But it appears that he broke his left hand as he said that he did in the second round, and so he fought with a broken hand," said Arreola's promoter, Dan Goossen.
"Chris also apparently suffered tendon damage in his right hand, which will necessitate surgery on that also," said Goossen. "I'll have more information this afternoon when he goes to the doctors again. I don't know how long he will be out until he goes to the specialist today."