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Giovani Segura: I'll KO Calderon Again, Then I Want Pingo

By Rafael Soto

Los Angeles - Mexico's Giovani "Aztec Warrior" Segura has the conviction and confidence to knock Ivan "Iron Boy" Calderon out. They meet for the second time on Saturday, April 2, in Mexicali, in co-promotion by Top Rank, PR Best Boxing and Zanfer and will be broadcast nationally on TV Azteca.

Segura (25-1-1, 22 KOs) will give Puerto Rico's "Iron Boy" Calderon the opportunity to get revenge for the knockout loss that he suffered in August 2010 in Puerto Rico. At that time, the Mexican puncher went to the Puerto Rican's house and took the championship, giving him his first professional loss by knocking him out in eight rounds.

The rematch will now be on Mexican soil, specifically in the Auditorium of the State of Mexicali. The world champion is in the final stages of preparation in Los Angeles, California where he has trained for seven weeks.

"This is the most intense training camp that I ever had and I plan to provide another great classic fight between Mexico and Puerto Rico. Calderón's plan will be to stay awya from me, to start running around the ring and that's nothing new with Calderon. I'll stop him again from running by hitting him hard to the head and body," Segura said.

"I see it going like the first fight, as a war, but I acknowledge that it will be harder because Calderon has already tasted my punch, but we are working in the gym as hard as we can. There is always extra motivation in facing a Puerto Rican opponent because I like to contribute wins to the statistics with Mexicans beating Puerto Ricans. I will win I and I don't care how, but I'm going to look to win by knockout again. This is my last fight at 108 pounds and I would face as soon as possible, as a first option, 'Pingo' Miranda who is the WBO flyweight champion."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ManOfVictory on 03-18-2011

[QUOTE=BorderPatrol;10250761]Check his Wraps!!!! [url]http://www.aolnews.com/2010/08/23/giovanni-segura-javier-capetillo-has-never-wrapped-my-hands/[/url][/QUOTE] This stupid a.ss again! Glad to see the fat cow on display again! LOL

Comment by theplayerpimp on 03-18-2011

[QUOTE=Russian Crushin;10250814]Im not a rican but ill take you up on your offer[/QUOTE] Your on got one mil on segura. Pm me to remember or sig it. Doubt any rican man ups though.

Comment by Russian Crushin on 03-18-2011

[QUOTE=theplayerpimp;10250811]Dam but hurt ricans every where. They could check his gloves they could give calderon a bike to run but the out come will be the same. Segura has to much power throws tons of punches and will kill ivans…

Comment by theplayerpimp on 03-18-2011

Dam but hurt ricans every where. They could check his gloves they could give calderon a bike to run but the out come will be the same. Segura has to much power throws tons of punches and will kill ivans…

Comment by Assteroid Field on 03-18-2011

[QUOTE=Mighty_Windir;10250637]Quieres pingo? COJE PINGO PA Q GOZES!!!!!!!!!!! BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! :beerchug:[/QUOTE] Damn, beat me to it...

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