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Pingo Miranda Says Brian Viloria Defense Moved To 7/16

By Miguel Rivara

The flyweight champion of the World Boxing Organization, Julio Cesar "Pingo" Miranda, is shifting the date of his defense. The champion says he is going to enter "the lion's den" by defending his crown in Hawaii, against hometown hero and mandatory challenger, Brian Viloria. Miranda told reporter Dave Kaufman that a new date of July 16 was scheduled for the Viloria defense. The bout was originally set for the Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.-Sebastian Zbik undercard on June 4 in Los Angeles.

"We were in negotiations and after several meetings reached a financial settlement. We have no objection about going to Hawaii. We know how difficult it is, but we hope that we can leave there with the upper hand," said Miranda's agent Rosalio Avilez.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nycsmooth on 05-24-2011

I hope ingo's getting a lot more$$$$$$$$$$$....all Brian has to do is run.....Pingo needs a KO...only way to win there.....

Comment by Pinoy4ever on 05-24-2011

I hope for my pinoy brother Brian Viloria to win.

Comment by Team Vitaminas on 05-24-2011

F[I]uck[/I]in dumbass! he'll run all night and get the win.don't these fool watch boxing.

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