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Argenis Mendez: Salgado is Afraid To Fight Me Again

By Reynaldo Sanchez

Super featherweight contender Argenis Mendez (20-2, 10KOs) is very upset after learning that IBF champion Juan Carlos Salgado is looking to bypass their rematch for a voluntary defense against unbeaten Cuban Yuriorkis Gamboa on the reported date of November 17th.

Mendez defeats Martin Honorio last month in a final IBF eliminator. Salgado (26-1-1, 16KOs) won the title with a razor thin decision over Mendez last September in Mexico. Mendez feels Salgado is doing everything possible to avoid their rematch.

"Salgado is afraid to fight me again. I'm sure of that because my last fight against Martin Honorio convinced him that he can not defeat me. What I feel Salgado is doing is trying to avoid the commitment of his upcoming mandatory fight," Mendez said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by .:: JSFD26 ::. on 08-20-2012

Mendez take a seat, enjoy the show and then get in line to be brought out on a stretcher as well. :lol1:

Comment by illpapi on 08-20-2012

[QUOTE=whoseyourdaddy;12438139]If I was Salgado I would easely go for Gamboa, because more money and more recognition....if and thats a big if he beats Gamboa. Gamboa beats both of this guys.[/QUOTE] True but no way in hell Salgado beats Gamboa...there is…

Comment by whoseyourdaddy on 08-20-2012

If I was Salgado I would easely go for Gamboa, because more money and more recognition....if and thats a big if he beats Gamboa. Gamboa beats both of this guys.

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