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 Last update:  1/13/2014       Read more by Hisao Adachi            &
   
Linares Hopes Next Fight Leads To Figueroa Clash
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By Hisao Adachi

Former champion Jorge Linares (35-3, 23KOs) is hoping to eventually face WBC interim-champion Omar Figueroa (22-0-1, 17KOs) later in the year.

Up first for Linares, is a fight with Japan's Nihito Arakawa (24-3, 16KOs), who went to war for twelve rounds with Figueroa last year. The fight will take place on March 8th as part of the Saul Alvarez-Alfredo Angulo undercard at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

On the same card, talks are ongoing for Figueroa to face Canelo's brother Ricardo Alvarez (23-2-3, 14KOs).

If they both pull through on the show, Linares would like to land Figueroa in the following match.

Tags: Jorge Linares , Omar Figueroa



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comment by jio999, on 01-14-2014
Definitely feel like linares is being underrated right now he's had I think three or four fights since his last loss and they have all been won by stoppage granted they were not all world class but I personally think he can outbox both Arakawa and Figueroa in two very entertaining fights. Absolut...

comment by Light_Speed, on 01-14-2014
Two good fights for Linares. And it looks like he went back to his old self (which is good) now that he left Roach.

comment by titanium, on 01-14-2014
Linares is pretty used up but he will still be a test for Figueroa.

comment by .:: JSFD26 ::., on 01-14-2014
[quote=any craic lad?] Quote: Originally Posted by Pez Am I the only one who has any faith in Linares? His loss to DeMarco wasn't really a knock on his skills, his face just didn't hold up and I'm sure all that blood affected him a lot. And then there's the Thompson loss, a hometown stoppage....

comment by .:: JSFD26 ::., on 01-14-2014
[quote=Young Money] I still like watching Linares. He should of never gone with Roach and instead hired someone like Nacho Berestein. [/quote] If he's still with Salas, Salas can do some good things for him. If Linares' face wasn't made of jelly he would beat Figueroa. He'll beat Arakawa hand...

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