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Alfonso Gomez To Face Yoshihiro Kamegai on March 20

By Carlos Boogs

In a crossroads welterweight battle, Alfonso Gomez (24-6-2, 12KOs) has revealed that he's scheduled to fight dangerous Japanese puncher Yoshihiro Kamegai (25-2-1, 22KOs) on March 20th. The fight, which Gomez says is going to be televised by Fox Sports 1, will take place at Fantasy Spring Casino in Indio, California.

Breaking a two-year layoff, Gomez came back last July and won a tough ten round decision over the favorite Ed Paredes. Kamegai lost a fight of the year battle with Robert Guerrero last June, but then came back in December to blast out Oscar Godoy in four rounds.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Boxing lives on 02-10-2015

kamegai is a real puncher. i don't know if gomez can survive. i think kamegai stops him.

Comment by HitBattousai on 02-10-2015

[QUOTE=Johnny_Roa;15368919]Alfonso is Brian Vera class.[/QUOTE] You can't be serious. Besides the styles and skill level being totally different, Gomez has proven himself to be very competitive with fighters like Canelo and Shawn Porter. The one and only time he's been…

Comment by St. Johns Gent on 02-10-2015

[QUOTE=Johnny_Roa;15368919]Alfonso is Brian Vera class.[/QUOTE] you nailed it

Comment by Dagomba on 02-10-2015

Kamegai will make Gomez fold in half.

Comment by Johnny_Roa on 02-10-2015

Alfonso is Brian Vera class.

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