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Rigondeaux Likely To Return on July 19th in Macau

By Ryan Burton

BoxingScene.com has been advised that the return of WBA/WBO super bantamweight champion Guillermo Rigondeaux (13-0, 8KOs) will likely take place on July 19th in Macau, China.  The plan is for most of Top Rank's Olympic Medalists to appear on the card and would include two-time gold medal winner Zou Shiming, 2012 Brazilian silver medalist Esquiva Falcao, and 2012 Japanese Gold medal winner Ryota Murata.

Rigondeaux last fought on December 7th in Atlantic City when he defeated Joseph Agbeko via unanimous decision.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by moonshineman on 02-24-2014

I can't think of anybody who would have a chance against this guy.

Comment by KnockoutKings on 02-24-2014

so is this part of arums plan to sabotage rigo? lol

Comment by richardt on 02-24-2014

I think Rigo should at the start of round one against whoever he faces, run across the ring and knock that fuker out cold and send the message "I AM A PFP TOP 10 AND NO ONE IS GOING TO…

Comment by HeroBando on 02-24-2014

[QUOTE=kombayn;14265221]It looks like Rigondeaux will be relegated to HBO2 Boxing until his Top Rank contract runs out. At that point, Rigo may need to hope that Al Haymon comes calling.[/QUOTE] Schaefer said Showtime doesn't like guys with Rigos style either.…

Comment by blak81 on 02-24-2014

hmmm... My early prediction is Chris Avalos. Whomever he fights, I cant wait.

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