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Ivan Calderon-Raul Garcia is Still Going For Oct. 29th

By Alfredo Jaime Gómez, notifight.com

It appears that Raul "Rayito" Garcia (30-2-1, 18KOs) will still get his shot at the former two division champion Ivan Calderon (34-2, 6KOs), at the WBO's annual convention on October 29 in San Juan in Puerto Rico. Garcia returns from a close split decision to Moises Fuentes (14-1, 6KOs), who captured the WBO title at 105-pounds. 

Calderon was going to face the winner, but Fuentes suffered a broken nose in the win over Garcia, which took place on August 27th, and won't recover in time.

Edrulfo Castillo, Garcia's attorney, said: "We are grateful to the WBO and Zanfer Promotions. Raul deserved this chance for such an extraordinary battle."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nycsmooth on 09-14-2011

good bout @ 105, but win/lose...retire...there's some big young guns even @ this wt that would make the iron boy look like straw boy...

Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 09-14-2011

If calderon loses I hope he retires and doesnt tarnish his legacy but he should beat this kid

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