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Ameth Diaz is Ready: I'm Knocking Miguel Vazquez Out!

By Jhonny Gonzalez

Lightweight challenger Ameth Diaz feels very confident as he trains for his upcoming fight against IBF lightweight champion Miguel Vazquez, taking place at the Coliseo Olímpico de la U de G. in Guadalajara, Mexico.  to face mandatory challenger Ameth Diaz of Panama on the 21st of January at the Coliseo Olímpico de la U de G.

Vazquez (29-3-0, 13 KOs) defends his title for the third time against Diaz (30-10-0, 21 KOs), and the fight will be broadcast by TV Azteca. In his most recent bout, last August, Diaz knocked out Lenny Z in the fifth round of a final eliminator.

"I'm going to knock [Vazquez] out. I know that the Mexican has studied my fights and thinks that I'm just going to stick with the right hand, but I honestly tell you that my left hand has put more than four boxers to sleep. I've studied Vasquez and honestly I hope that he stops [moving around the ring] and fights me like a man," Diaz said.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by knockoutkid on 01-08-2012

Going to have to get a knock out because u aint getting no decision in Mehico. Vazquez is beatable but you gotta get in his face, Kim was too robotic and couldnt cut the ring off and apply enough pressure…

Comment by Phantomas on 01-08-2012

So he is gonna do what Bradley and Canelo couldn´t do in higher weight divisions against Vázquez?, ok.

Comment by Doctor_Tenma on 01-08-2012

Ameth Diaz "I've studied Vazquez, and honestly I hope that he stops moving around the ring and fights me like a man" Find it funny when fighters say this :lol1: Should be an easy win for Vazquez.

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