Rancho Cucamonga’s Daniel Franco will look to get ranked when he tangles with Jose Haro in Washington D.C.


Daniel Franco, left, will take on Jose Haro on Nov. 10 in Washington D.C./Photo courtesy of BoxRec.com


Daniel Franco is not yet ready for the big time. But the featherweight prospect from Rancho Cucamonga is definitely looking to get there, and next month he’ll try to take another step in that direction.

Franco (14-0-3, 9 KOs) on Nov. 10 will tangle with Jose Haro (13-1-1, 7 KOs) of West Jordan, Utah, at the Washington Hilton in Washington D.C.

A minor title will be on the line.

“Jose and I have been on a crash course for the last year and I’m glad we can finally settle this in the ring with a title and a world ranking at stake,” said Franco, 24. “My goal is to become a world champion and this opportunity for fight for a top-15 world ranking is the next crucial step.”


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