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Juan Diaz: Brandon Rios, I'm Back and I'll School You

By Edward Chaykovsky

Former IBF/WBA/WBO lightweight champion Juan Diaz (35-4, 17KOs) is gunning for a title shot against WBA lightweight champion Brandon Rios (27-0, 20KOs). In a recent interview with BoxingScene.com, Diaz announced his return to boxing after being away since July 2010. Diaz lost two of his last three fights, with two of those defeats coming at the hands of Juan Manuel Marquez.

On his Twitter page, Diaz sent Rios a warning. Diaz is reportedly a free agent after his contract with Golden Boy Promotions expired, which makes the fight possible, although Golden Boy is trying to resign him.

"I am back and stronger then ever. Just letting you hold my title for now. I am going to school you, and shut you up!"

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by dawge on 04-17-2011

This sounds like a war of a fight to me. Don't see nothing wrong with it. I know Diaz has been losing but i also know he brings a good fight..

Comment by Pez on 04-17-2011

I hope it gets made this year. This would be a nice upset.

Comment by joeyg512 on 04-17-2011

I hope this fight gets made, I think the baby bull has enough let to give bam bam trouble. But bam bam still wins.

Comment by JDezi4 on 04-16-2011

I love how Diaz is retarded for wanting to fight the best, but when guys don't want to fight the best, they're *******... Uhh....? Lmao BOXINGSCENE POSTER

Comment by Zarco on 04-16-2011

[quote=Pullcounter;10384017]why is diaz calling out rios? GBP won't work with TR.[/quote]boxingscenes biggest retard strikes again

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