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Yuriorkis Gamboa: I'm Ready To Beat Anyone in My Path

By Raphael Kyć

Yuriorkis Gamboa (19-0, 15 KO) returns to the ring on March 26 in Atlantic City, where he defends his WBA and IBF featherweight titles against the WBA's interim champion at super featherweight, Jorge Solis (40-2-2, 29 KO). Gamboa believes that his career is starting to gain a lot of momentum, but he also admits that his biggest battles are still to come.

"I am proud that after only four years in my professional career, I have two championship belts. We are constantly working hard to be even better. My goal is to prove that I'm the best fighter in the world. I have to beat anyone who stands in my way," said Gamboa.

Gamboa's co-promoter Ahmet Oner of Arena Box is expecting an exciting battle when his boxer faces Solis.

"Solis is still a world champion at super featherweight and he has extensive experience. He fought with a lot of great fighters. This will be an exciting duel," Oner said.

Raphael Kyc covers the Polish boxing scene for bokser.org.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Tiozzo on 03-03-2011

[QUOTE=DTanc;10173961]Quote: Originally Posted by lluisone GAMBOA IS A GREAT FIGHTER Can't he be both?[/QUOTE] how ? great fighters don't spend this much time on their azzes in the ring, someday, he won't get up

Comment by Cubanborn87 on 03-02-2011

[QUOTE=Wukaos;10176655]U can really see Gamboa game improving every time. Againts his last 2 opponents he showed a more tight defense n also composure even while his opponent looked to be in trouble. His reckless game seems to be fading and…

Comment by Cubanborn87 on 03-02-2011

[QUOTE=Wukaos;10176655]U can really see Gamboa game improving every time. Againts his last 2 opponents he showed a more tight defense n also composure even while his opponent looked to be in trouble. His reckless game seems to be fading and…

Comment by Wukaos on 03-02-2011

U can really see Gamboa game improving every time. Againts his last 2 opponents he showed a more tight defense n also composure even while his opponent looked to be in trouble. His reckless game seems to be fading and…

Comment by J Dubb II 330 on 03-02-2011

Gamboa has some of the fastest hands in the game, dumb power, my only probably is he anxious and wild, but that will slow down with the maturity he will.gain by fighting these experienced boxers, I think both Lopez and…

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