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Yori Boy Campas Back on 6/17, Faces Rogelio Medina

By Ernesto Castellanos, notifight.com

Luis Ramon "Yori Boy" Campas, will look for win number 98 on June 17 when he faces Rogelio Medina in Navojoa, Sonora. Campas, who spent 24 years in boxing and was an active world champion, has 97 wins, 15 losses, one draw and 76 wins by knockout. Medina in contrast, is 22 years old, and has a record of 25 wins, 19 knockouts and a loss. Campas has been fighting as a professional since 1987, was born in Navojoa, and ten years after his debut in 1997 he was crowned middleweight champion of the International Boxing Federation (IBF), be dethroning Raul Marquez. "Yori Boy" made three defenses of the world championship, and in his fourth defense he lost the title to Fernando "Ferocious" Vargas.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by RicspekOnMaName on 05-31-2011

[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP;10625675]Luis Ramon "Yori Boy" Campas, will look for win number 98 on June 17 when he faces Rogelio Medina in Navojoa, Sonora. Campas, who spent 24 years in boxing and was an active world champion, has 97 wins, 15 losses,…

Comment by AddiX on 05-31-2011

If yori was in his prime today he might be one of then faces of the sport. Unfortunately for him he came into boxing at a time where as good as he was there was superstars who were too big…

Comment by Mr Randy Watson on 05-31-2011

lol... pretty crazy

Comment by Perez37 on 05-31-2011

LOL!Thats funny, but Yori Boy can keep doin this for a living. He isnt like these way passed their prime boxers still searching for "One last Title shot." Let em keep fighting for peanuts, he is making a living.

Comment by microMXL on 05-31-2011

jesus christ, not this sh1t again

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