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Old 12-14-2012, 12:48 PM #4
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I say, yes. Based on the rules:

1. Broner beat DeMarco (now #3) the #1 guy at 135 already

2. Burns (#4) decided to fight a bum in January instead of take the Broner fight in February

3. Broner and Vasquez (#2) can't come to terms for some reason (both sides have publicly made their excuses)

Abril is the next guy on the list and ranked in the top 5 so the only issue is whether Abril is worthy enough.

He schooled Rios (WBA acknowledges this) who is top 5 at 140 and was once ranked top 5 at 135 (I think) and his only two losses are close, split decisions.
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