Francisco Vargas Eyes Takashi Miura Showdown
NABF super featherweight champion, Francisco Vargas (20-0-1, 14KOs), arrived at the World Boxing Council offices in Mexico, and expressed his desire to fight for the absolute WBC title, currently held by Japanese boxer Takashi Miura. For Francisco, the most important goal is to become a strong contender for the title, and to reach that match with enough experience to win the championship.
After having participated in two Olympics, Francisco is emerging as a great prospect. He is coming off the biggest win of his career, a third round stoppage over two division champion Juan Manuel Lopez of Puerto Rico.
I don't think Vargas is ready for a world class fighter like miura just yet.Comment by VAGAB0ND on 07-22-2014
[QUOTE=RyunosukeRonin;14787499]There were talks that Miura/Salido will be in on Singapore show that TR has been planning if it does go down then likely someone will be going down should be good.[/QUOTE] Yeah, I remember reading about Miura vs. Salido being…Comment by UTEP on 07-22-2014
Hope it happens. Vargas is the goods.Comment by BattleAxePurist on 07-22-2014
[QUOTE=Hougigo;14787502]Are Miura/Uchiyama gym mates? I think they're not... they're letting this roast too long[/QUOTE] They're not,. I'm starting to think WBC might not be in favor of a unification they can't come up with enough elims for that belt.Comment by VAGAB0ND on 07-22-2014
[QUOTE=Hougigo;14787502]Are Miura/Uchiyama gym mates? I think they're not... they're letting this roast too long[/QUOTE] No, Miura is with Teiken and Uchiyama is with Watanabe. I don't understand why they're putting off a unification. I'd be hyped for Uchiyama vs. Miura…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (12)