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Adrian Estella-Celetsino Caballero on October 4th

By Miguel Rivera

Mexico's Adrian Estrella (18-0, 17KOs) is scheduled to face the toughest opponent of his career, former two-division champion Celestin Caballero (37-5, 24KOs) on the 4th of October in the state of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, and the fight will be broadcast on Televisa Deportes. The WBC's International super featherweight title will be at stake.

Estrella has already fought three times in 2014, with knockout wins over Yuta Matsuda and Balweg Bangoyan, and a twelve round decision over Dante Jardon on July 5th. Caballero has been inactive since last November, when he won stopped Jimmy Aburto in two rounds for the vacant WBC Latino featherweight crown.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by dinero fan on 07-30-2014

Estrella got this in the bag but years ago caba would have annihilated estrella.

Comment by Mr.Fantastic on 07-29-2014

I remember Caballero used to annihilate dudes and made Lopez [I]s[/I]hit in his pants to unify.

Comment by lopez36 on 07-29-2014

Diamante Estrella was being interviewed last night in a los golpes espn radio,,,cant wait to see him,

Comment by nycsmooth on 07-29-2014

CC hasn, t fought in 8 months & his past 4 bouts looks like a shell of very good jr FW/FW he was...Can't c him lasting long in this which can't b 4 much $$$....

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