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Miguel Vazquez: Haymon Promises Rematch With Bey

By Salvador Rodriguez

Suffering his first loss in his last 14 trips to the ring, Miguel Vazquez is eager for revenge to regain his the lightweight title of the International Boxing Federation. Vazquez's manager Al Haymon has promised him a rematch against the man who took his title last Saturday night, Mickey Bey.

Vazquez lost by split decision (115-113, 119-109 and 113-115) to the amazement of many who saw the Mexican champion retain his belt and everyone was shocked by the horrendous scorecard of 119-109 in favor of Bey by judge Robert Hoyle.

"I honestly do not think I should change my style, but my mentality. There were a number of controversies regarding my role, regarding the promotion, that made me fall mentally. There was talk that [Bey] was sure that if we went to cards, he would win," Miguel said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by radioraheem on 09-17-2014

[QUOTE=solo20;14956257]nobody who matters has this fight for Bey when it comes to the so called boxing analyst Bey just didn't do enough to get that belt form Vasquez. I didn't find it to be boring I stand by what I…

Comment by BuckToothed on 09-17-2014

I guess a rematch is always good for another paycheck, but I doubt it'll play out any different from the first fight and you'll get robbed again.

Comment by TheRichCoward on 09-17-2014

They were landing four punches a round. A glorified staring contest. Gigantic *******. If they didn't want to fight, why take up boxing?

Comment by djcomplex on 09-17-2014

ill watch this if i am paid $79.99 paymeview

Comment by Suavecito80 on 09-17-2014

This fight needs to be on PBS. That is how terrible the first fight was. I was actually hoping when it was over that both fighters could get an L for that craptastic fight.

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