Juan Diaz is Looking To Return in Either June or July

By Ryan Burton
MGM GRAND, Las Vegas - Former WBA/WBO/IBF lightweight champion Juan "Baby Bull" Diaz was in attendance for the Erik Morales versus Marcos Maidana fight that took place on Saturday night.  Diaz's promoter Golden Boy Promotions annouced that Diaz will be returning to the ring.  Diaz told that he will look to fignt a couple tune ups and then make another world title run.  "I am looking at coming back in June or July.  I have been running and staying in shape so I should be ready."
Since 2008, Diaz hasn't had any easy fights or tuneups.  Since losing his 3 belts to Nate Campbell the Baby Bull has faced Michael Katsidis, Juan Manuel Marquez twice and Paulie Malignaggi twice going 2-3 in those fights.  Diaz revealed that he planned on taking a couple of tune up fights before challenging for another title.  "I would like to get 2 or 3 tuneups in this year and then fight for a title next year.  My goal is to be the undisputed champion.  I was close to doing it before but it didn't happen."
Diaz was accepted into law school at the Ivy League school Dartmouth.  Diaz plans on holding off on law school until his boxing career ends.
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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Heeb on 04-11-2011

Good luck to Baby Bull, but I don't see him doing much significant at this point.

Comment by Danny Gunz on 04-11-2011

Hes young he needs to cash in on boxing for as long as he can

Comment by JCairo on 04-11-2011

far be it for me to tell him what to do with his life. he seems to be a bright kid, and if it's true he already has other business ventures not to mention law school, well, he's at least…

Comment by tx_boxing on 04-10-2011

[QUOTE=withoutthee666;10355852]no one cares yo besides that little faggy texas wannabe mexican kid who has a beer face[/QUOTE] Your a fukin idiot, get a life puccy and quit talkin shyt

Comment by 77Ritchie77 on 04-10-2011

I am not wrong. you must feel like an idiot prophetically correcting me but being 100% wrong yourself. you are the one who needs to check your facts. Dartmouth does not have a law school. There is a school called…

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