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Omar Narvaez To Face Juan Carlos Sanchez on June 11

By Ludo Saenz Luaces

Mexico's Juan Carlos Sanchez Jr. will be the next challenger for Omar "Hurricane" Narvaez who returns to make a defense of his flyweight world title of the World Boxing Organization on Saturday June 11 at Luna Park in Buenos Aires. The information was published by Abajodelring.com and surprised many who expected to see Narvaez in a clash of greater importance, especially after his win over tough Cesar Seda. Sánchez Jr. has a record of 12-1-1, with 7 KOs. Narváez (34-0-2, 19 KOs) will make the third defense of his 115-pound crown, after reigning for nearly eight years at flyweight, where he made ​​16 successful defenses. Also on the card, undefeated world flyweight champion of the WBA/WBO, Yesica "The Tuti" Bopp (15-0, 6 KOs), will make a defense.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by giacomino on 05-26-2011

Dude has defended six times in Europe and is coming off his toughest title defense. If this turns out to be a cupcake at home where he can make some money, I don't have a problem with that if he…

Comment by zaktiel on 05-25-2011

Osvaldo Rivero!!!! promotor is the devil reincarnation of the boxing promotion! :grumpy:

Comment by Eaner0919 on 05-25-2011

[quote=Freedom.;10601069]:nono: [B]He's had several title fights outside Argentina[/B]. He's now a big draw in Argentina though, so it wouldn't make sense at this time. Why not b1tch about boxers like [B]1)Ward[/B], Berto, [B]2) Bradley[/B] and Williams, who are NOT big…

Comment by Hiei on 05-25-2011

[QUOTE=Freedom.;10601069]:nono: [B]He's had several title fights outside Argentina[/B]. He's now a big draw in Argentina though, so it wouldn't make sense at this time. Why not b1tch about boxers like Ward, Berto, Bradley and Williams, who are NOT big draws…

Comment by The Hammer on 05-25-2011

[QUOTE=IslaSimio;10600606]dirty ass argentino fight outside your country for once vs a good fighter like Hugo,calderon, and segura have[/QUOTE] :nono: [B]He's had several title fights outside Argentina[/B]. He's now a big draw in Argentina though, so it wouldn't make sense at…

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