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 Last update:  1/22/2012       Read more by Rafael Soto            &
Miguel Vazquez Dominates Ameth Diaz Over Twelve Rounds
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By Rafael Soto

Mexico's Miguel Vazquez won a dominating unanimous twelve round decision over Panamanian puncher Ameth Diaz, retaining his IBF lightweight title for the third time at the Olympic Coliseum at the University of Guadalajara, Mexico. Vazquez (30-3, 13 KOs) dominated Diaz (31-4, 13 KOs) with his far superior boxing skilss and even sent him to the canvas during the fight. Diaz was unable to get off with any of his big punches and he couldn't break through the tight defense of Vazquez. Diaz was the IBF's mandatory challenger. Two judges scored it 119-108, with the third scoring a shutout at 120-107.

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comment by £-4-£, on 01-22-2012
He should fight Ricky Burns. Would be a good fight. Vazquez has really improved since losing to Bradley.

comment by El.Naranjito707, on 01-22-2012
I'd like to see him against some of the top LW's.

comment by Evil Abed, on 01-22-2012
Vazquez beats Kim, Zappa beats Kim, Vazquez beats Zappa, Diaz beats Zappa, Vazquez beats Diaz. Who ever beats Diaz next will fight Vazquez.

comment by jrosales13, on 01-22-2012
[QUOTE=ThePhantom5]Yep. Its a shame no one of note will fight him at 135. He might have to head up to 140.[/QUOTE] He might have, which like you said its a shame for him to do so cuz' of not being able to get any comp.

comment by Evil Abed, on 01-22-2012
[QUOTE=jrosales13]The puppet is arguably the most underrated fighter in the sport right now.[/QUOTE] Yep. Its a shame no one of note will fight him at 135. He might have to head up to 140.

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