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 Last update:  10/24/2012       Read more by James Blears         
   
Sergio Thompson Aims For Another KO, Eyes Aoh
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By James Blears

WBC Super Featherweight silver champion Sergio "Yeyo" Thompson, who KO'd twenty two of his twenty six opponents, is fighting Argentina's Luis Armando Juarez at Chetumal's International Conventions Center on Saturday.

"Yeyo" (26-2, 22 KO's) has only troubled the judges four times in his explosvie career, which he puts down to his Mayan-British heritage. Juarez who's fought sixteen times, has four KO's to his name, two draws and five losses.

Yeyo, who's trained by former WBC Super Flyweight Champion Jose Luis Bueno, attended the WBC's weekly press conference . He's number one contender for Takahiro Aoh's crown. Compatriot Gamaliel Diaz who's ranked number four, will be fighting Aoh, also on Saturday night, at the Tokyo International Forum.

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comment by bigcursedawg, on 10-25-2012
[QUOTE=Corelone]Not sold on Thompson yet. His wins don't say as much as his losses and this upcoming fight is almost a sure fix. I saw the Linares fight and Linares looked terrible, Sergio took advantage. His losses to Azeal Gonzales (10 losses) and Rahimav (loser to Ji Hoon Kim) may be more reve...

comment by taansend, on 10-24-2012
I saw neither of his losses but they were a Split & Majority decision. No big deal. Unless you fine chaps saw the losses & can enlighten me a little. A loss, especially a close decision loss, is often worth more than a dozen easy wins. It means you can learn what went wrong. I'm not sa...

comment by nycsmooth, on 10-24-2012
his wins vs 2nd level/B guys doesn't betray him as who his losses were 2...Aoh is heads above him, doubt he can stay w/the chaamppp...

comment by Hougigo, on 10-24-2012
Well, you're going to have to fight him in Japan.

comment by Corelone, on 10-24-2012
Not sold on Thompson yet. His wins don't say as much as his losses and this upcoming fight is almost a sure fix. I saw the Linares fight and Linares looked terrible, Sergio took advantage. His losses to Azeal Gonzales (10 losses) and Rahimav (loser to Ji Hoon Kim) may be more revealing.

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