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Viloria Win Over Miranda Could Lead To Giovani Segura

By Ernesto Castellanos, notifight.com

Brian Viloria will go for the flyweight championship of the WBO when he challenges Julio Cesar "Pingo" Miranda on July 16. If successful, could make his first defense against another tough Mexican, Giovanni Segura, the junior flyweight champion of the WBO. There has also been talk of a fight between Segura and "Pingo" Miranda, if Julio César retains his championship against Viloria. Brian, 30, has 28 wins, 3 losses and 16 knockouts. He was the IBF world champion at flyweight, and snatched the title from "Archie" Solis, and later lost the belt to Carlos Tamara. Segura last fought on April 2 in Mexicali, knocking out Ivan Caldero in three rounds.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by puga on 05-25-2011

[QUOTE=xcaret v4;10597440]whatever wins the fight... your obviously a fuken retard.. why dont u get in there and fight someone if u think its that easy?[/QUOTE] lol...i never said it was easy..i said segura aint got no skills thats all....he is…

Comment by xcaret v4 on 05-25-2011

[QUOTE=puga;10597206]thats why you know segura is overrated........he aint got no skills, he's just big and strong.....[/QUOTE] whatever wins the fight... your obviously a fuken retard.. why dont u get in there and fight someone if u think its that easy?

Comment by Wreckless on 05-25-2011

Viloria by KO.

Comment by vacon04 on 05-25-2011

Segura by sure KO. Yeah Viloria may be more skilled than segura, but he wouldn't be able to stand Segura's shots. Even if he manages to run around the ring, segura has a lot of stamina and in the end…

Comment by puga on 05-25-2011

[QUOTE=IslaSimio;10597187]solis was never in the rings top 10 p4p like gio but hey whatever :haha:[/QUOTE] thats why you know segura is overrated........he aint got no skills, he's just big and strong.....

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