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Pablo Cesar Cano-Francisco Contreras on 2/18 in Cancun

By Miguel Rivera

According to promoter Pepe Gomez, junior welterweight Pablo Cesar Cano (22-1-1, 17KOs) will return on February 18th against Francisco Contreras (16-1, 13KOs). For Cano, the 22-year-old Mexican returns in his first fight since losing a blood a guts war with veteran Erik Morales last September. Contreras was stopped in his last fight in three rounds by Sharif Bogere in October. The fight is going to happen at the Arena Oasis in Cancun, Mexico.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nycsmooth on 02-07-2012

Cano is a omer & I hope they work on his defense some to try & prevent cutting...maybe he should try pickle brine...

Comment by Aztekkas on 02-06-2012

Cano showed a lot of heart during his war with Morales. Sure Morales is past his prime but he managed to give Maidana hell prior to his bout with Cano. For a fighter to come out of nowhere and debut…

Comment by onechance87 on 02-06-2012

[QUOTE=fceeviper;11754960]I hope Cano comes back stronger! :boxing:[/QUOTE] hell yeah:boxing:

Comment by fceeviper on 02-06-2012

I hope Cano comes back stronger! :boxing:

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