Sulaiman is Open To Jhonny Gonzalez-Salvador Sanchez

By J. Arturo Contrera,

Mauricio Sulaiman, the executive secretary of the World Boxing Council, is open to the idea of a possible fight between WBC featherweight champion Jhonny Gonzalez (52-7, 45KOs) and the CABOFE champ Salvador Sanchez II (29-4-3, 17KOs), who returns to action on Saturday in Polanco.

The promoters for Gonzalez are exploring his options and Sanchez has been mentioned as a potential July opponent.

Sulaiman doesn't see an issue with approving the fight, because Sanchez holds a number ten ranking and Gonzalez is entering a period where he's capable of making a voluntary defense.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nycsmooth on 05-11-2012

Sanchez 9though he uses Jr is a nephew, not son of the great Salvador) is not deserving....would b target practice 4 Jhonny...

Comment by any craic lad? on 05-11-2012

It's amazing that WBC is still finding ways to sink even lower

Comment by CAMPER on 05-11-2012

Lost me at Sulaiman! :nonono:

Comment by Bajingo on 05-11-2012

They've resorted to digging up dead guys to fight him? Still, a skeleton would be better than that Caballero guy he fought.

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