Vanda Promises To Punish Rubio Just Like Chavez Jr.
By Joaquin Trejo
Middleweight contender Matt Vanda (44-13, 24KOs) has promised to punish Marco Antonio Rubio (52-5-1, 45KOs) on December 16th at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Vanda promised to punish him in the same way that he punished Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. in 2008. Chavez, who fought with the flu, barely got past Vanda in their first fight. The Mexican dominated their rematch. Their fight will be broadcast by Televisa as part of the WBC's annual convention.
"I beat Chavez Jr. [in the first fight] and he's now is the current [WBC middleweight] world champion, so Rubio knows what's waiting for him. Rubio better get well prepared for this fight because I'll be ready to beat him like I did [Chavez] a few years ago but the judges told another story," said Vanda.
"For me it is an honor and a commitment to fight at the close of the WBC's convention. Once again I am here prove who I am, with the most knowledgeable fans of the sport and those whill be there supporting me."
only a badass can do what rubio did during his lemieux fight. hes #1 right? why isnt he on the big stage against these guys with lights all over em? dudes are scared of em.Comment by fceeviper on 12-08-2011
Good luck Vanda, but you have no chance againt [B][SIZE="5"][COLOR="Red"]El Veneno!![/COLOR][/SIZE][/B]Comment by Trenchant on 12-08-2011
Rubio is a good fighter, he will smash Vanda@!Comment by chiguy91 on 12-08-2011
haven't seen chavez jr/vanda II but funny how he only mentions the first one. as for rubio, i hope he is able to beat vanda in impressive fashion. does anyone know if it will be broadcasted in the US?Comment by budfr on 12-07-2011
Vanda is nuts. He believes the fans will support him in Vegas. No one will support him.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (5)