By Jake Donovan - Cancun ranks high on the list of cities to where people plan to retire, or at the very least visit.
Shane Mosley visits Cancun this weekend, though in hopes of avoiding retirement.
The former three-division champ – done with the sport a year ago following a lopsided loss to Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez – announced earlier this year his intentions to give it one more try. The comeback takes him south of the border, as he faces two-time title challenger Pablo Cesar Cano in a welterweight crossroads bout.
Mosley (46-8-1, 39KO) could have opted for a soft touch for his first fight back in more than a year. Instead, he opted for a young challenger who has been “there” before, as the matchup fits into his future plans, both short term and long.
“This is a long-term return,” insists the 41-year old Mosley, who recently celebrated his 20th year in the pro ranks. “I'm coming for a title. I want to be champion again. I want to make history. After Cano I want one more fight and then look for a world championship.” [Click Here To Read More