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 Last update:  4/25/2011       Read more by Miguel Rivera         
   
Erik Morales Undercard: John-De Leon, Ishida-Kirkland?
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By Miguel Rivera

The return of Erik "El Terrible" Morales is expected to have another strong undercard. Morales has announced his ring return for July 30. He fought on April 9 in Las Vegas, losing a spirited twelve round majority decision to Marcos Maidana. Among some of the fights being discussed for Morales' undercard includes a featherweight clash between WBA "super" champion Chris John and challenger Daniel Ponce De Leon.

Another fight is a possible rematch between junior middleweights James Kirkland and Nobuhiro Ishida. On the undercard of Morales-Maidana, Ishida scored a shocking first round stoppage of the previously undefeated Kirkland. Since the knockout victory, Ishida has become a very popular target for most boxers at 154 and 160.

Morales' opponent has not been set, but the Mexican boxer is open to facing Maidana in a rematch, moving down to chase a title at 135-pounds, or even facing Marco Antonio Barrera for a fourth time.

Tags: Erik Morales , Daniel Ponce De Leon , James Kirkland , Chris John , Nobuhiro Ishida , Kirkland-Ishida , Kirkland vs Ishida


 

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comment by TheBoxer23, on 04-26-2011
here's the plan Erik, jus fight humberto soto, get ur 4th title at lightweight then retire!

comment by Corelone, on 04-26-2011
Jail beat Kirkland and he is now damaged goods. Instead of fighting a stay busy, tune up, against a soft punching boxer. Ishida has turned into a make or break rematch. Ishida? Kirkland better win big or forget about it.

comment by chiguy91, on 04-25-2011
hope ponce de leon gets this fight and wins.. don't know if kirkland should take this fight right away... sounds like a pretty good card, hopefully morales gets a good opponent.

comment by Spray_resistant, on 04-25-2011
[QUOTE=El C@cique@PR]My Boy Ponce De Leon will KTFO Chris John, Ill Put points on it too!!! Kirkland will smash Ishida[/QUOTE] Yeah I got Ponce stopping him too, I just want to see Ponce win a title he really deserves it after beating a good level of FW opposition and that wannabe Floyd Bro...

comment by ChampBox@PR, on 04-25-2011
My Boy Ponce De Leon will KTFO Chris John, Ill Put points on it too!!! Kirkland will smash Ishida

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