Miguel Vazquez Very Confident as Josh Taylor Clash Approaches

Mexico's Miguel "Titere" Vazquez, who's on the lookout for an opportunity to contest for the  WBC super lightweight belt, takes his next significant step on November 11, when he faces unbeaten fighter Josh Taylor in Haggis Land!

Edinburgh "The Granite City," is where "Titere" will try to conquer the WBC Silver super lightweight belt.  But to achieve this in the heart of Bonnie Scotland, he'll need "Loch Ness" power to dent the undefeated record of his opponent, who has 10 wins with 8 KO´s.

"I'm very happy with the promoter and the team. We'll keen to take this tartan opportunity. I'm ready for it and much more," said Vázquez (39-5, 15 KOs), lustily adding:

"I'm hungry for triumph and I've got more experience than him. I so want the absolute WBC world championship. It's a belt that every boxer desires. We're now  ready for north of the border war!”

"Titere" arrives this fight with a streak of four wins in a row. His latest triumph was on September 2 in Jalisco, where he won by knockout in the fourth round  over Daniel "Cañerito" Ruiz.

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IN OTHER NEWS: Popular lightweight Joey Tiberi will square off with Justin Savi in the main event in an eight-round bout for the USBU Lightweight title at the Hockessin PAL in Hockessin, Delaware on Saturday night, November 11th.

Tiberi of Newark, Delaware has a record of 15-2 with eight knockouts.

The 31 year-old Tiberi is on a three fight winning streak, and coming off a 2nd round stoppage over Marlon Lewis on June 23rd in New Castle, Delaware.

Savi of Silver Spring, Maryland by way of Cotonou, Benin has a record of 31-14-2 with 21 knockouts.

Savi is a very accomplished 16-year veteran who is a former IBF Mediterranean Featherweight champion & WBC Silver Featherweight champion.

The 32 year-old Savi has wins over Dramane Nabaloum (28-2-3), Osumanu Akaba (15-1-1), Pastor Humberto Maurin (49-10), Cyril Thomas (36-3-4) &. Yacine Aberkane (11-0-3).

Savi is coming off a stoppage loss to Jeremy Cuevas on September 22nd in Philadelphia.

In the eight-round co-feature, Lamont Singletary will take on Hafiz Montgomery for the USBU Cruiserweight title.

Singletary of Dover, Delaware has a record of 8-2 with five knockouts.

The 32 year-old Singletary is a six-year professional, who has a win over undefeated Earl Platt (3-0).  Singletary is coming  off a no-contest with Ernest Reyna on June 23rd in New Castle, Delaware.

Montgomery of Toms River, NJ has a record of 4-1 with two knockouts.

The 36 year-old Montgomery is a two -year professional who is coming off his biggest win when he took a six-round majority decision over previously undefeated Austin Bryant on June 22nd in Durham, North Carolina.

In a six-round super bantamweight bout, Ariel Lopez (7-0, 5 KOs) of Puebla, Mexico will fight against Angel Carvajal (2-7) of Chicago, Illinois.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by londoner on 10-26-2017

If the idiot who wrote this was doing his travel arrangements, Vasquez wouldn't even make it to the fight venue. The "Granite City" is Aberdeen.

Comment by WallabeeKing on 10-26-2017

Vasquez had an impressive run with the IBF lightweight title. But this is junior welterweight and I think Taylor is in prime form. Fight is in Scotland too.. Taylor by KO if the casino is paying you right.

Comment by Sugar Adam Ali on 10-25-2017

Damn didn't know Miguel Vasquez was still an active fighter. Really hadn't heard his name much over the past few years. Vasquez was one of the hardest outs in boxing in his heyday. His only losses were to canelo and…

Comment by RJJ-94-02=GOAT on 10-25-2017

Vasquez is a tricky customer and is something Taylor hasn't faced before in the pros, but Taylor is the best prospect in the U.K. atm, and I believe he'll have too much for Vasquez. Vazquez has seen better days IMO…

Comment by Corelone on 10-25-2017

[QUOTE=Boxing42;18162470]Sorry bro you're gonna lose, There's a good chance you'll get stopped[/QUOTE] I'm thinking an ugly hometown decision that nobody cares about enough to rematch.

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