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Escandon-Castellanos Approved For WBC Interim Clash

By Ludo Saenz

The World Boxing Council has approved a bout for the WBC interim-featherweight championship between Robinson Castellanos (21-10, 13KOs) of Mexico and Colombian contender Oscar Escandon (24-2, 16KOs).

Escandon was scheduled to face WBC full featherweight champion Gary Russell Jr. next Saturday night in Las Vegas. The fight was called off after Russell suffered a cut and withdrew from the bout on Monday.

Castellanos is the mandatory challenger after winning the silver title in January with a decision over Rocky Juarez.

The negotiations will be interesting with Escandon being an Al Haymon-advised boxer and Castellanos promoted by Golden Boy Promotions. There is an ongoing lawsuit between Golden Boy and Haymon.

There has not been a mandatory defense of the WBC championship in a long time and the sanctioning body wants the flow of the division to continue while Russell recovers from his injury.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Rope_Burns on 11-04-2015

[QUOTE=nycsmooth;16195090]Poor Robin still getting screwed & on hold again...he earned a world shot ever since he beat Caballaro more than 2 yrs ago in Panama, then beat Juarez in San Antonio......[/QUOTE] He'll beat Escandon and be stuck in the same…

Comment by nycsmooth on 11-04-2015

Poor Robin still getting screwed & on hold again...he earned a world shot ever since he beat Caballaro more than 2 yrs ago in Panama, then beat Juarez in San Antonio......

Comment by kej718 on 11-04-2015

Interesting

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