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Victor Cayo-Nate Campbell Deal Reach For March 24th

By Jhonny Gonzalez

With a deal falling through for a domestic showdown with Joan Guzman, junior welterweight Victor Cayo (27-2, 19KOs) has reportedly agreed to fight former champion Nate Campbell (33-7-1, 25KOs) on March 24th in Santo Domingo. In 2008, Guzman had actually been scheduled to face Campbell in Missippi for the lightweight titles, but Guzman was unable to make the weight and the fight was cancelled due to health issues on the day of the contest.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ИATAS on 02-08-2012

[QUOTE=_original_;11759255]Not surprised one bit at guzman[/QUOTE] not surprised at what? guzman didn't do anything.

Comment by nycsmooth on 02-08-2012

last I heard Nate was shovelling cement in Jacksonville, talk about hitting bottom...the $$ is always the draw when the skills are gmne & I see a beating/tko loss for Nate...he was very/very good @'35...

Comment by niallcollins on 02-08-2012

prob abother knockout loss for nate.he should really hang em up

Comment by _original_ on 02-08-2012

Not surprised one bit at guzman

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