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Salgado Hopes Win Over Aoh Will Bring Title Crack

Mexico's Juan Carlos Salgado hopes the upcoming battle of former champions with Takahiro Aoh, on November 8th in Tokyo, will catapult him toward another world title opportunity.

Salgado is training at the gym Pancho Rosales of Mexico City. He'll be fighting on the same card, where the WBC super featherweight champion, Takashi Miura, will face official challenger, Edgar Puerta.

"I have the opportunity to rise again and get back into the spotlight, just where I was a few years ago," Salgado said.

About his bout against Aoh, he commented "the fight will be at lightweight division, I aspire to do important things in this division, and the first test will be against Takahiro."

Juan Carlos Salgado has a record of 26-3-1 with 16 knockouts while Takahiro Aoh has a record of 26-3-1, 12 KOs.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by LowBlowKO on 09-30-2014

Salgado/Aoh won't be on the same show as Puerta/Miura. It's on the Yamanka/Suriyan card

Comment by kidaguilar on 08-30-2014

Juan Carlos Salgado is so wack i don't know how he beat Linares.

Comment by Money Uno on 08-30-2014

salgado sucks and hes not entertaining.his best win was a first round ko of linares wich i feel he got lucky.

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