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Segura, Calderon Agree To Do It Again on 4/2 in Mexico

By Miguel Angel Cebreros, notifight.com

This past weekend, the two sides finally came to an agreement for the highly anticipated rematch between Giovanni Segura (26-1, 22KOs) of Mexico, and Ivan Calderon (34-1, 6KOs) of Puerto Rico. The fight will be held in Mexico at a location to be determined, but it could be in Campeche or Acapulco. Reports indicate the fight will be held at the junior flyweight limit of 108-pounds. In the first bout that was held in August, Segura traveled to Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, to stop Calderón in eight rounds to unify the WBA/WBO titles.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by lopez36 on 02-08-2011

[QUOTE=gibo;10074844]You'all should be the champions every f*cken year!! With 111,000,000 (that's one hundred and eleven MILLION, for those who don't know numbers, and that's probably 111,000,000 of you) to choose from, compared to any other Caribbean team, you should NEVER…

Comment by TuRoK'em on 02-08-2011

[QUOTE=gibo;10074844]You'all should be the champions every f*cken year!! With 111,000,000 (that's one hundred and eleven MILLION, for those who don't know numbers, and that's probably 111,000,000 of you) to choose from, compared to any other Caribbean team, you should NEVER…

Comment by gibo on 02-08-2011

[QUOTE=budfr;10074771]To all puerto Puerto Ricans... iknow this is a boxing site but...Mexico was the champion in the Caribbean Series, in Puerto Rico!!!!!!! defeated the Ricans in baseball !!!!![/QUOTE] You'all should be the champions every f*cken year!! With 111,000,000 (that's one…

Comment by TuRoK'em on 02-08-2011

[QUOTE=budfr;10074771]To all puerto Puerto Ricans... iknow this is a boxing site but...Mexico was the champion in the Caribbean Series, in Puerto Rico!!!!!!! defeated the Ricans in baseball !!!!![/QUOTE] lol and we dont even like baseball

Comment by budfr on 02-08-2011

To all puerto Puerto Ricans... iknow this is a boxing site but...Mexico was the champion in the Caribbean Series, in Puerto Rico!!!!!!! defeated the Ricans in baseball !!!!!

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