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Photos: Caballero Training Hard For Castellanos Clash

By Chris Robinson
 
After a frustrating 2012 campaign that saw him sidelined the entire year, former two-division champion Celestino Caballero (36-4, 23 KO’s) finally has a bout lined up, as he will be meeting Robinson Castellanos (17-9, 11 KO’s) in his native Panama on April 20th.


 
Caballero has returned to Las Vegas for this camp, working with his head trainer of three-plus years, Jeff Mayweather. Seen here in the photos, Caballero is sparring with talented amateur prospect LaDarius 'Memphis' Miller.


 
Despite the recent run of inactivity, the 36-year old Caballero insists he can still make 126 pounds as he reaches the twilight of his career.


 
Stay tuned for more coverage from Caballero.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nycsmooth on 03-10-2013

this Mayweathers an xcellent traniner, IMO bettter than the thug Roger...he'll make certain CC's ready 4 Castallenos , who's not a hard puncher, but puts pressure on u...CC hasn't had a fight since New Years of '11 but had 2…

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