Giovani Segura is Preparing To Return, as a Free Agent

By Rene Umanzor & Miguel Rivera

Mexican puncher Giovani Segura (28-2-1, 24KOs) is back and ready to step into the ring. According to Segura, he is now a promotional free agent and willing to face any boxer out there. Segura has not fought since last December's TKO defeat to WBO flyweight champion Brian Viloria. On September 29th, Viloria is going to face WBA champion Tyson Marquez in a flyweight unification. Segura wants the winner, but prefers to get Viloria for revenge.

"Now I have no obligation to anyone. I hope to receive some proposals from promoters and see what the best option is. I'm ready to fight anyone and anywhere. I want to face the winner of Viloria-Marquez, but personally I want to fight the Filipino because I have some unfinished business with him. I acknowledge that I lost, but I want a rematch," Segura said.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by 9iron9mayk9i on 08-27-2012

Finally he's coming back! To Viloria/Marquez but especially afraid. :I Bwaha Segura SMASH.

Comment by Ringlife on 08-25-2012

Golden Boy would be a good fit for him. He needs to regroup and get Nacho to be his trainer.

Comment by Blue Mercury on 08-24-2012

No longer with Zanfer huh? GoldenBoy bound I hope.

Comment by jab2theballs on 08-24-2012

[QUOTE=MrFynest;12450667]After his 2 wins over Calderon his stock was at an all time high 'till Viloria exposed him.[/QUOTE] How did he expose him? Anyways unless Lil Margarito improves his defense or learns a way to cut off the ring vs…

Comment by MrFynest on 08-24-2012

After his 2 wins over Calderon his stock was at an all time high 'till Viloria exposed him.

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