By Miguel Rivera
Super flyweight champions Tomas Rojas (36-12-1, 24KOs) and Cristian Mijares (42-6-2, 18KOs) are ready to unify their titles in a big Mexican battle. Rojas retained his WBC title on Saturday when he stopped mandatory challenger Juan Jose Montes in twelve rounds in Chiapas, Mexico. Mijares, the IBF champion, helped Montes prepare for the fight and he sat ringside to watch Rojas' victory. After the win, Rojas called for a unification, and Mijares is ready to accept his challenge. Discussions are reportedly going to take place.