Iran Diaz Expects Tough Outing, Vows To Shock Sor Rungvisai

Sonora`s Iran Iraq Diaz is training as never before in the State of Mexico, for the trip to Thailand fighting formidable World Boxing Council super flyweight champion  Srisaket Sor Rungvisai, on October 6th.
"My camp is in Jiquipilco, in the State of Mexico with Alfredo Caballero. We had already trained in the mountains when we beat 'Nica' Concepcion and that felt very good.  I need to arrive in the absolute the best possible condition, as this is the most important fight of my life," Diaz said.
"We  have waited a very long time for this.  It's a great challenge. The greater the risk, the greater the glory. I`m so very motivated contesting  the green and gold belt.  I'm a tall fighter for the super flyweight division and I'm going to make the very most of it.
"The champion Sor Rungvisai is very strong and tough. I know this will be a very difficult mission, but I`m also sure that I will become the new world champion!"

Iran aged twenty six  has a record of 14 wins with 6 knockouts and 3 defeats.

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IN OTHER NEWS: Muaythai female superstar Denise Castle, returns to the ring to contest the atomweight title of the World Boxing Council against the dangerous Fabiana Bytyqi, in Usti Nad Labem, Czech Republic, this Friday. 
Denise, who is a natural athlete, is an outstanding and aggressive fighter, blessed with talent and technique.
Fabiana, for her part, remains undefeated, hoping to count on the advantage of her youth.
Both lady warriors will climb to the ring  with the firm intention of demonstrating who is the best atomweight in the world.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Mexican_Puppet on 09-21-2018

Take it easy, people. History of boxing say us that mexicans are experts doing upsets.

Comment by Teetotaler on 09-21-2018

I completely forgot about Iran Diaz

Comment by sammybee on 09-21-2018

Sor Rungvisai is too tough for you.

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