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Narvaez Would Like To Unify With Rojas, Cazares, Mijares

By Jhonny Gonzalez

WBO super flyweight champion Omar Narvaez (35-0-2, 19KOs) retained his title for the third time this past Saturday at Luna Park in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He won a lopsided decision over Colombian William Urina. After the fight was over, Narvaez expressed his desire to face some of the other champions at the weight. Narvaez is the last man standing, with the country of Mexico dominating his weight division. Tomas Rojas holds the WBC title, Hugo Cazares keeps the WBA's version around his waist and Cristian Mijares is the keeper of the IBF's title.

The location of the bout will be the hardest issue to work out. When Narvaez made a recent defense against mandatory challenger Cesar Seda Jr. of Puerto Rico, Seda's promoter tried everything to get Narvaez to leave Argentina, but the champion wanted a very high sum of money to travel. Seda was forced to fight him in Argentina.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Hiei on 06-13-2011

How when this dirty ass argentine doesn't even fight outside his sh1t ass country? grow some balls ***** and you will get owned by all 3 you barely got by a prospect in seda in YOUR OWN HOME TOWN hugo…

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