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 Last update:  12/22/2011       Read more by Boxing Photos         
   
Photos: Rigondeaux Sparring Hard, Full Focus on Ramos
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by Reynaldo Sanchez

Super bantamweight Guillermo “The Jackal” Rigondeaux has continued to train hard at the  The Heavyweight Factory GYM in Hollywood, Florida. Rigondeaux is preparing for his fight with WBA champion Rico Ramos on January 20th. Gary Hyde, Rigondeaux’s manager, is negotiating a March fight Alexander Bakhtin in Moscow, Russia. The Cuban star has been sparring with his countryman Hairon “El Maja” Socarrás. Rigondeaux is fully focused on Ramos at the moment, and he's not even thinking about the potential fight with Bakhtin.

“We are focused in the fight against Ramos and I'm not even thinking about Bakhtin,” Rigondeaux said.

Tags: Guillermo Rigondeaux , Rico Ramos , photos , Ramos-Rigondeaux , Ramos vs Rigondeaux



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comment by garfios, on 12-23-2011
[QUOTE=Tobi.G]Rigo is awesome but he turned pro to late. I think when he retires he will have only about 20 pro fights. For his weight class hes getting old already. And thats no weight class where you can perform well when you are over 35.[/QUOTE] What wore outs fighters at that weight is the...

comment by D4thincarnation, on 12-23-2011
[QUOTE=Tobi.G]Rigo is awesome but he turned pro to late. I think when he retires he will have only about 20 pro fights. For his weight class hes getting old already. And thats no weight class where you can perform well when you are over 35.[/QUOTE] Nishioka is 35 and he is the man at the weight

comment by Tobi.G, on 12-23-2011
Rigo is awesome but he turned pro to late. I think when he retires he will have only about 20 pro fights. For his weight class hes getting old already. And thats no weight class where you can perform well when you are over 35.

comment by D4thincarnation, on 12-23-2011
[QUOTE=CubanGuyNYC]I agree, Rigo seems more polished than Ramos. No surprise, considering that he's one of the greatest amateur fighters of all time. Nonetheless, although Guillermo is tremendously talented, he's still growing into the pro game. I haven't seen Nishioka in action, but Nonito is a ...

comment by garfios, on 12-22-2011
I think Rigondeaux will beat Donaire too, he is 10 times a better version of Narvaez with a lethal punch, if Nonito start following around the ring he better bring a new liver...

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