Miguel Vazquez Claims Rematch Clause With Mickey Bey

By Miguel Angel Cebreros,

According to the now former lightweight world champion of the International Boxing Federation (IBF), Guadalajara's Miguel "Puppet" Vazquez (34-4, 13 KOs), there was a rematch clause is his contract for the recent fight with Mickey Bey (21-1-1, 10 KOs), which calls for a direct rematch in the coming months.
Mexican Vazquez lost his title by a controversial split decision on September 13 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas - a fight which saw judge Robert Hoyle give a crazy score of 119-109 in favor of Mickey Bey, while Julie Lederman also looked to Mickey Bey with a tally of 115-113 and Adalaide Byrd gave Vazquez the same score of 115-113.
Vazquez recently appeared on ESPN Radio, stating that his new manger Al Haymon assured him that a rematch would get worked out.

Vazquez also expressed his anger at the alleged harassment suffered by his trainer Javier Capetillo, during the fight, by security officers at the scene.
As we know, Capetillo is banned for life on American soil from being in the corner of any boxer's match, because of what happened with his former fighter Antonio Margarito in the match against "Sugar" Shane Mosley on January 24, 2009 in Los Angeles, California, where he was accused of altering the bandages of Margarito by loading them up with hard blocks.
Vazquez is aware that Capetillo is suspended, but the suspension does not prevent him from coming in the ring to stand in the fighter during presentations. Capetillo was also removed from his assigned seat three times without a reason, and he was not allowed to use his cell phone, not allowed to yell at his fighter as any person paying a ticket was capable of doing, and there were threats to disqualify Vazquez if Capetillo continued talking to him.

Vazquez believes Bey was the victor because of his promoter, Floyd Mayweather Jr., who headlined the entire event in a rematch with Marcos Maidana.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Sugar Adam Ali on 09-30-2014

I don't want to see these guys fight again, but I do want Vasquez to get revenge on bey.. Miguel was robbed.. I hope he gets his title back, and I hope I don't have to watch it..

Comment by Teetotaler on 09-30-2014

[QUOTE=LOWBLOW_CHAMP;14990582]lol I wont be watching, its rare I say a fight is boring but that was pretty bad. I understand boxers wanting to win but you gotta try a little harder than that, you don't train for months to go…

Comment by gamefrk on 09-30-2014

Think of the worst movie of all-time( say ***39;Gigli***39; or ***39;Glitter***39;) and then making a sequel. That***39;s Vazquez-Bey 2... #boxing— Steve Kim (@steveucnlive) September 30, 2014

Comment by KRAFTSMAN on 09-30-2014

Both of these guys are Shobox fighters. And hearing that Espinoza has canceled Shobox, where are they going to fight? They're lucky to have gotten a shot on a PPV undercard, but I doubt they'll get another one. The clinching…

Comment by LOWBLOW_CHAMP on 09-30-2014

lol I wont be watching, its rare I say a fight is boring but that was pretty bad. I understand boxers wanting to win but you gotta try a little harder than that, you don't train for months to go…

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