Zachary Wohlman was prepared to face Shawn Wate last Friday at the Morongo Casino Resort & Spa in Cabazon, California. He had made the necessary preparations to make weight for the welterweight bout. There was one problem at the weigh in.
"The doctor said my opponent was sick at the weigh in," Zac told The Jewish Boxing Blog, "Never seen something like that happen."
Wohlman (4-1-1, 1 KO) is now scheduled to fight on March 14 at the Florentine Gardens in Hollywood, California. His opponent in the four rounder is slated to be Lavelle Nichols (2-7-1, 1 KO). This bout will mark the first time Wohlman enters the ring after suffering his first career loss in November.
The man they call "Kid Yamaka" has assured his fans that he has learned from the loss and is prepared to get his boxing career back on its previous trajectory. He noted, "I'm fully focused and dedicated." In fact, he's in such good shape, Wohlman believes, "I think I may be able to make 140 in the near future."
Here's a video featuring Zac.