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Caballero vs Barros is Still in Limbo For June Bout

By Jhonny Gonzalez

The featherweight bout between "regular" WBC champion Jonathan Barros, and challenger Celestino Caballero, is still in limbo. Reports in Panama note the date of June 4 is still the tentative target for both sides. The location and venue has not been confirmed and there has been little movement on the topic during the last couple of days. Meanwhile, Barros is resting and spending time with his family. Caballero has gone over to the United States to start training with Jeff Mayweather. The fight is likely going to take place in Panama or Argentina.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Gabilan on 03-23-2011

Maybe Caba es demanding a 50/50 split or a 7 figure payday which clearly means Barros is ducking him. I kid I kid.

Comment by choelzle on 03-23-2011

Dibella reps caballero right? I never hear him say much about him, caballero must believe in himself more than his handlers do

Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 03-23-2011

if caba loses to barros his career is done and ppl thought this guy can beat lopez lol yea right he could barely beat ponce

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