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Erik Morales Eyes Final Retirement Bout in Tijuana

By Omar Hernandez

Former four division world champion Erik Morales, 36-years-old, is looking to fight for the final time, potentially in the month of March, at Estadio Caliente in Tijuana. Morales, who turned pro in March of 1993, wants to hold his final match around the period of his 20th anniversary as pro. Morales lost three of his last four contests and wants to end his career with a final victory before his hometown fans.

"It would be great to end my career here next year, say goodbye, and have a big party. In March it would mark the 20th year of my career. I want to do it then. I have offers to stage my final fight here in Tijuana," Morales said.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Light_Speed on 11-27-2012

Nice, don't leave the fans with the memory of that last dreadful fight.

Comment by Catrin on 11-27-2012

SeÑor Terrible Morales, gracias for all the great battles & wars you fought!!! A living legend With NADA to prove! Hopefully this event is comfirmed ASAP. Hay nos vemos ringside campeon! Esa es vuelta asegurada! VIVA TIJUANA CABRONES....! Choose your…

Comment by Pacdbest on 11-27-2012

[QUOTE=I'm so sorry;12742536]Don't you mean December 8th? Not that this thread is about him anyway.[/QUOTE] Who cares I know it's a Saturday!

Comment by budfr on 11-27-2012

[QUOTE=nycsmooth;12743359]whom ever it is it will b a hand-picked loser...[/QUOTE] He fought tough oponents in his comeback. Its normal he wants to fight someone not too hard. Everyone does it. All your Rican maricones do it. Cotto is a coward…

Comment by nycsmooth on 11-27-2012

whom ever it is it will b a hand-picked loser...

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