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Photos/Weights: Linares vs. Rodella, Periban vs. Miller

By Miguel Rivera

The weights are in for Saturday big card in Cancun, Mexico. The show will be televised by Fox Deportes/Televisa. The show will be headlined by a battle for the vacant NABF super middleweight title between Marco Antonio Peribán (19-0-0, 12 KO’s) and Samuel Miller (25-6-0, 22 KO’s). Periban was 166.2-pounds and Miller was 167.4. Also on the card, former champion Jorge Linares will make his return against David Rodela. Linares (32-3-0, 20 KO’s) came in at 135.8 and Rodella was 135.4.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by LouieV on 03-16-2013

[url]http://youtu.be/x_eZfEjOkqY[/url] Here's the link!!!!!!!!! Get the popcorn!!!!

Comment by LouieV on 03-16-2013

No but seriously guys go watch that YouTube vid of demarco vs linares. This dude has some serious skills. Even my girl likes the video and she hates boxing, says its too brutal. Linares outboxes the ears of Demarco but…

Comment by any craic lad? on 03-16-2013

WAR LINARES.Hopefully Salas can get Jorge back too a championship

Comment by Bigg Rigg on 03-16-2013

War Linares!

Comment by hectari on 03-16-2013

This is a weird fight, both guys used to train at Wild card, and both Linares and Rodela are boys with Manny Pacquiao, I wonder which guy Manny will root for or will he stay neutral.

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