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Abril Not Worried About Linares Bout Landing in Japan

By Elisinio Castillo

WBA lightweight champion Richar Abril (18-3-1, 8KOs) has no fear of defending his title against Jorge Linares (34-3, 22KOs) on November 10th in Tokyo, Japan. Linares is co-promoted by Japan's Mr. Honda of Teiken Promotions and Golden Boy Promotions of the United States. Abril has not fought since March when he won a twelve round decision over previously undefeated Sharif Bogere.

"Nobody wants to fight me and it's frustrating that it's so hard to find an opponet, but now it's over and I'm happy that Linares has accepted the challenge. I have absolutely no fear of traveling to Japan. I've never been afraid to fight anywhere  necessary and anywhere that I'm asked to fight. This title cost me a lot of effort and I'm not going to lose," Abril told George Ebro.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Cuerno~de~Chivo on 09-28-2013

[QUOTE=chubano;13790195]Like it or not, Abril is the number one 135lb. Rios is a margarito version 1.2. Good guy, but just a punching bag, easy meat for the finished Pacman. :buttkick:[/QUOTE] I hope PAC ko's rios in good fashion so maybe…

Comment by Cuerno~de~Chivo on 09-28-2013

[QUOTE=kozone;13790014]Their*for they[/QUOTE] There for their....

Comment by Cuerno~de~Chivo on 09-28-2013

[QUOTE=kozone;13790011]Funny bc if Abril is a bum what does that make Rios?!! I'll let you think that one they cuernudo[/QUOTE] When did I ever say I liked rios huh pendejo??? I bet you and the other 7 boxing fans in…

Comment by Jocknerd94 on 09-28-2013

[QUOTE=chubano;13790195]Like it or not, Abril is the number one 135lb. Rios is a margarito version 1.2. Good guy, but just a punching bag, easy meat for the finished Pacman. :buttkick:[/QUOTE] Sorry I would place Gamboa and Vazquez over Abril. And…

Comment by chubano on 09-28-2013

Like it or not, Abril is the number one 135lb. Rios is a margarito version 1.2. Good guy, but just a punching bag, easy meat for the finished Pacman. :buttkick:

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