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Wilfredo Vazquez Jr-Ivan Hernandez in Play For Oct. 16

By Jhonny Gonzalez

It appears that Ivan "Choko" Hernandez (27-4, 17KOs) will get a chance to redeem himself when he challenges WBO super bantamweight champion Wilfredo Vazquez Jr. (19-0, 16KOs) on Saturday October 16th in Kissimmee, Florida. Hernandez says he signed a contract for the fight and plans to make the best of the opportunity. Hernandez lost to some of the best, Fernando "KO-Chulito" Montiel, Israel Vazquez, Jose Angel Beranza and Toshioki Nishioki. The last defeat came to WBC champ Nishioki in three rounds last October. He won twice since then.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by gibo on 08-24-2010

[QUOTE=Iceta Lives;9099680]These Ricans are bum killers I tell ya. They either fight guys coming off losses like Vasquez Jr is fighting or a low KO record like Luevano or Ricky Burns. :sad2:[/QUOTE] Another Rican hater EXPOSED!!!!! Richard, I could of…

Comment by vrodz on 08-24-2010

[QUOTE=Mr. Fantastic;9098984]He should fight Molitor instead of Oquendo or the Poon.[/QUOTE] I was thinking the same thing, he should go after Molitor.

Comment by Iceta Lives on 08-24-2010

These Ricans are bum killers I tell ya. They either fight guys coming off losses like Vasquez Jr is fighting or a low KO record like Luevano or Ricky Burns. :sad2:

Comment by cubano11 on 08-24-2010

[QUOTE=al capone;9099481]Jr should fight NEXT at least escalante or damn even ponce deleon , not choko level[/QUOTE] they are 126!!! both kill Jr

Comment by cubano11 on 08-24-2010

[QUOTE=gibo;9099210]Rigo better watch his ass with Cordova. Cause Rigo ain't all that!!!! He looks like another Carlos de Cuba hype job!!!!!![/QUOTE] hahaha ok ....whatever!!!

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