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Photos: Adrian Hernandez, Porpramook II Final Presser

Report and photos by Pepe Rodriguez/WBC

Mexican Adrian "Confesor" Hernandez, and WBC light flyweight Thai champion, Kompayak Porpramook, predicted another war in the rematch on October 6th, at the Convention Center in Toluca, State of Mexico.

This Thursday, Hernandez and Porpramook announced officially, the boxing card called "Grandeza Mexiquense" which will be broadcast across Mexico by Azteca TV. Both Hernandez and Porpramook, were confident to win the rematch after the fight they had in Thailand last December, which was won by the Asian.

Accompanied by his representative, Salvador Briman, Hernandez said: “The WBC light flyweight title will return to Mexico. While the Asian said:  "I beat him once and I come to win for the second time. It will be a war and if he says he is well prepared, I also say I did the best , so I'm sure that the title returns to Thailand”.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by BattleAxePurist on 09-28-2012

Don't know if it'll match the excitemnt the 1st encounter produced but still should be loads of action

Comment by nycsmooth on 09-28-2012

glad I get azeca on the sat..Hernandez should b even now, none of that horrible humidity & Thai heat, just low 70's there & almost 8k elevtion, but the Thai's bben in country awhile, no matter...good bout, I'll take adrian...

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