Since starting his professional career in 2008, Antonio Orozco’s singular focus has been to win fights and tilt the spotlight in his direction.
But he took a brief break from that approach Wednesday.
“The media is always putting the camera on us. Let’s put the camera on the media,” Orozco said, raising his iPhone to take a picture at the Golden Boy Promotions office in Los Angeles. “Come on guys, wave. Get in, get in.”
When Orozco (24-0, 14 knockouts) gets in the ring on July 30, things will be back to normal. The super lightweight fight, against Abner Lopez (23-5, 19 knockouts) at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio,...