Photos: Victor Terrazas Putting in Work For Cristian Mijares
By Rene Perez
Fully adapted to the height of Mexico City and going through two daily sessions of work, Victor "Viking" Terrazas (36-2-1, 21KOs), has already served his first two weeks of concentration in the nation's capital. Terrazas runs in the mornings, at various points in the big city, for at least five miles with his team.
The "Viking" returns on April 20 at Arena in Mexico City, and faces Cristian Mijares (47-6-2, 22KOs) for the vacant WBC super bantamweight championship.
[QUOTE=HeroBando;13182816]I'm with you man. Mijares looked huge vs Rafa, and Terrazas is not that good.[/QUOTE] Yup, This fights gonna look a lot like Mijares vs Arce, a one sided war for however long it lasts. Also, Terrazaz has always had…Comment by HeroBando on 03-26-2013
This is a sick card tho, same day as Canelo Trout, also Fury USS: Victor Terrazas vs. Cristian Mijares, 12 rounds, for vacant WBC junior featherweight title; Juan Manuel Lopez vs. William Prado, 10 rounds, junior lightweights; McJoe Arroyo vs.…Comment by HeroBando on 03-26-2013
[QUOTE=E.P.T.;13182638]I see a couple of you guys are smoking that good shyt huh? Man there ain't no way in hell Mijares is gonna lose this fight. Mijares is a beast at 122! He's 19-0 above 118 pounds, after he beats…Comment by MJ223 on 03-26-2013
[B]I expect Terrazas to pull it out.....[/B]Comment by UTEP on 03-26-2013
I see a couple of you guys are smoking that good shyt huh? Man there ain't no way in hell Mijares is gonna lose this fight. Mijares is a beast at 122! He's 19-0 above 118 pounds, after he beats…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (10)