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Joan Guzman Looking For a February or March Return

By Jhonny Gonzalez

Former champion Joan Guzman, who plans to fight at 140 and 147, is planning to return to the ring in February or March of next year. He wants to have at least three to four fights in 2012. After nearly a year, Guzman (31-0, 18KOs) returned to the ring on November 18th in the Dominican Republic and knocked out Florencio Castellano in one round. Guzman picked up the IBF's vacant Caribbean junior welterweight. He wants to fight a big name at 140, but doesn't rule out a possible fight at 147 with a leading champion.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by MJ406 on 11-25-2011

[QUOTE=BoxingGenius27;11471233]I always thought Guzman was a solid fighter. [B]Maybe now he'll start getting the recognition he deserves.[/B][/QUOTE] Guzman has to keep winning and making weight if he wants recognition.

Comment by boxing2106 on 11-25-2011

[QUOTE=southpaw_07;11471640]let'im fight Zab Judah[/QUOTE] Zab judah is done but he would stop him faster then khan did

Comment by southpaw_07 on 11-25-2011

let'im fight Zab Judah

Comment by BoxingGenius27 on 11-25-2011

I always thought Guzman was a solid fighter. Maybe now he'll start getting the recognition he deserves.

Comment by Evil Abed on 11-25-2011

He should fight Mabuza or another bum.

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