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Caballero Answers Hosono: Promises a Knockout Win

by Jhonny Gonzalez

Panamanian boxer Celestino "Pelenchín" Caballero (35-4, 23KOs) has answered the challenging words of his next opponent, Japanese challenger Satoshi Hosono (25-1, 15KOs). Caballero will face Hosono at Bunka Gym in Yokohama, Japan on December 31. Caballero is already on his way to the land of the rising sun and should arrive by Wednesday. Hosono promised to knock Caballero out, with the champion promising to do the same.

"I do not care about anything Hosono has said because I'm going to knock him out. I'm focused on going out there and making my fight. In the end, we'll see who knocks out whom," Caballero said. "My victory on December 31 will be dedicated to my children, who unfortunately will not have their parents with them on Christmas and New Years."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Kannabis Kid on 12-20-2011

Agreed but its not impossible, Caballero had Barros badly hurt in the 11th of their last fight and Barros has never been KOed. Not saying that makes Pelenchin a KO artist, but he has seemed to improve alot with Jeff…

Comment by cool-jupiter on 12-20-2011

Caballero by decision. Not by knockout.

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