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Fernando Montiel Faces Giovanni Caro on November 24

By Miguel Rivera

Former champion Fernando Montiel (48-4-2, 37KOs) will make his return on November 24th at the Gimnasio Municipal Josué "Neri" Santos in Juarez, Mexico. Montiel will take on durable Giovanni Caro (24-11-4, 19KOs) in a super bantamweight fight. Caro lost three of his last five and Montiel has won both of his fights in 2012.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by fraubau on 10-30-2012

hate to see montiel stooping this low.

Comment by nycsmooth on 10-30-2012

w/the end of his career in plain view Montiel will not fight any1 that may beat him till he gets his last decent payday if he earns a title shot...forget Rigo, it won't happen...

Comment by kiaba360 on 10-29-2012

[QUOTE=Carlos Alberto;12650842]What about Victor Terrazas vs Guille?![/QUOTE] THAT'S the opponent at the top of my wishlist. Rigo should fight either Terrazas or Darchinyan next.

Comment by Carlos Alberto on 10-29-2012

[QUOTE=kiaba360;12650767]Damn, was kinda hoping that Team Rigo would make a match with him. Hopefully this means that they'll get a better opponent.[/QUOTE] What about Victor Terrazas vs Guille?!

Comment by kiaba360 on 10-29-2012

Damn, was kinda hoping that Team Rigo would make a match with him. Hopefully this means that they'll get a better opponent.

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