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Rafael Marquez vs. Cristian Mijares Clash is Possible

By Alfredo Jaime Gomez, notifight.com

Zanfer Promotions is interested in making an all-Mexican showdown between super bantamweight veterans Rafael Marquez (41-7-0, 37 KO's) and Cristian Mijares (46-6-2, 21 KO's) at Arena Mexico. Mijares has won ten fights in a row since the near fatal three fight losing streak between 2008 and 2009.

During the ten fight win streak, Mijares won the NABF banatamweight title, the IBF super flyweight title and the WBC International Silver super bantamweight title. Marquez, even at his advanced age, would still be one of the toughest opponents of Mijares' career.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by fraubau on 09-29-2012

not a bad fight to envision. these guys are prolly just about even at this point.

Comment by IIG on 09-28-2012

Marquez is one of those guys that schedules fights, but never makes it to the ring for one reason or another. He needs to retire.

Comment by Light_Speed on 09-28-2012

That would be a good fight actually.

Comment by SIORPO on 09-28-2012

Retired please !!!:boxing::boxing:

Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 09-28-2012

Would like to see him fight wv2 instead

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