Four fighters who could compete this year for world championships and are highly classified, will hold high-risk fights this Saturday in Tijuana, according to Zanfer to be broadcast by the Boxing Hall, Azteca 7.

Cesar "Corazón" Juárez (19-5-0, 14 ko's) will face Filipino Eugene "Rambo" Lagos (19-3-0, 7 KO's) over 10 rounds in the main event fight of the evening at the Municipal Auditorium of Tijuana.

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At the press conference on Thursday, Juarez said that he's risking his ranking as the world number one because he wants to offer the public a great show and force the world champion, Jesse Magdaleno, to give him the opportunity.

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"I am well prepared and I am ready for another war against a Filipino rival. I had a great fight against Nonito Donaire, I took the undefeated Albert Pagara and now this 'Rambo' Lagos is a very tough opponent, very complicated, have never laid him down and has a style of great technique and speed, but we are ready for whatever comes," said Juarez.

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Another highly rated fighter, Jose "Chon" Zepeda (25-1-0, 21 KO's), will return to Tijuana, where he is an idol to fight a highly contested 10 round lightweight vs. Jesús " Bam Bam "Rivera (18-7-3, 10 KO's).

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"It's a great opportunity against a very strong opponent like Zepeda, but we came prepared for that and for more. And as the great opportunity Zanfer is giving me, I will not waste it," said Silveira.

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Meanwhile, former world champion Hernán "Tyson" Márquez (41-8-1, 29 KO's) will hold a bout of prognosis against local prospect, José Briguel "Gallito" Quirino (14-2-1, 5 KO's ) over eight rounds.

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"I have the experience and the level to overcome this commitment. I've been active, winning major fights, even though they have not been televised, and I've been active in the gym. I've come for the win and to have a great fight. I want a new world championship opportunity and if I have to pass this test, I will do it," explained the Sonoran.