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 Last update:  8/7/2012       Read more by Jose Luis Camarillo            &
Jorge Arce To Return on September 22 in Mexico
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By Jose Luis Camarillo,

According to Zanfer Promotions President Fernando Beltran, former four division world champion Jorge "Travieso" Arce (60-6-2, 46KOs) will return on September 22 in Puebla, against an opponent to be determined shortly. Arce was trying to finalize a deal to face WBO/IBF super bantamweight champion Nonito Donaire, but the Mexican veteran wanted a tuneup bout beforehand. Donaire will now face Japanese superstar Toshiaki Nishioka on October 13th in Carson, California.

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comment by .:: JSFD26 ::., on 08-08-2012
[quote=Rikanlynx86] Quote: Originally Posted by jaynometry He should just rematch with Rojas. That fight was good while it lasted. Hes staying far from Rojas, that could end his chances for a big money fight with Donaire, smart but sucks. Rojas would bring that title back to PR. [/quote] Y...

comment by spyvsspy, on 08-08-2012
[QUOTE=Band-Aid]looooooool Rojas is a cheater bro, Arce was on his way to stopping him. Elbow, headbutt, and a low-blow in a sequence of 4 seconds.[/QUOTE] I can tell from your comment here that you probably work at McDonalds

comment by v.cassiusali@ya, on 08-08-2012
a wise decision for arce...he has no chance against nonito donaire...fighting nonito is a suicide for him...

comment by Ringlife, on 08-07-2012
Arce you have no time for tune ups.

comment by Band-Aid, on 08-07-2012
[QUOTE=Rikanlynx86]He definitely did throw the ultimate point deduction combo, but Im going by how he was pretty much walking arce down in the first even after being kd, he just looked soo much stronger at that point, I couldnt see arce getting the upper hand back, but we ll never find out if th...

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