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Cristian Mijares, Juan Jose Montes To Train Together

Juan José "Goofy" Montes will be complemented with excellent training, thanks to the help of the super flyweight champion of the International Boxing Federation (IBF), Cristian Mijares. With a career mark of 19 wins, 17 of them by knockout, in exchange for a sole defeat, Juan José Montes will look to win the super flyweight championship of the World Boxing Council (WBC) from champion Tomas "Gusano" Rojas on May 21 in Chiapas.

Montes will pack his bags to travel next week to Durango, where he will join Mijares (41-6-2,18 KO's ) who prepares to defend his title against mandatory Raul "Cobra" Martinez on Saturday May 14 at the Palenque National Fair of Durango.

"I've seen him fight, Tomas Rojas is a fast fighter with excellent movement ... but poison kills poison, and I will beat him with speed and my powerful punch," Montes said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by lluisone on 04-27-2011

yeah it's time you guys fight the best and stop exchanges tiltles.....bewteen you guys:boxing:

Comment by lluisone on 04-27-2011

jejeje ...The torch will be passed....yeah and continue to exchange titles....CMB SUCKS

Comment by lluisone on 04-27-2011

yeah keep fighting .......cab drivers from tijuana .....and continue to exchange titles....CMB SUCKS :boxing:

Comment by theplayerpimp on 04-27-2011

War montes. He is going to have a tought time with rojas but I think he will pull it out. The torch will be passed.

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