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Photos: Argenis Mendez Training Hard For Next Fight

By Reynaldo Sanchez

Dominican super featherweight Argenis Méndez is training hard. He returns in the main event of the “D-Day II Dominican Dominations” card - being presented by promoter Henry Rivalta from Acquinity Sports on May 18th at the Seminole Hard Rock of Hollywood, Florida. On Wednesday he took part in a hard six round sparring session with Cuban boxer Angelo Santana at the gym of trainer German Caicedo in Miami.

Méndez 19-2-0 (KO 10) will face Mexican southpaw Leonilo “Veneno” Miranda in a fight scheduled for 10 rounds at 130-pounds. Argenis showed us some very good movements and speed in his hands.

The executives of Acquinity Sports, Henry Rivalta and Gary Jonas indicated that the whole event will be streamed on proboxeodr.com.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by any craic lad? on 04-19-2012

Mendez is a very good fighter.Hopefully he get a rematch with Salgado.Also cant wait til Santana is back in the ring Don King is ruining him with this inactivity

Comment by nycsmooth on 04-19-2012

I thought Paredes v Harris was the main...a small time show at Hollywood, w/no tv...wonder how Henry makes $$$ as it's small time, average show...

Comment by Baby Monkey on 04-19-2012

He needs a decent manager who don't mess people about

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