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Rigondeaux Places Target on The Back of Julio Ceja

Fisticuffs genius Guillermo Rigondeaux (15-0, 10KOs) is poised to carve his own unique niche on the  Miguel Cotto vs. Saul “Canelo” Álvarez HBO Pay-Per-View card against Filipino Drian Francisco at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
    
The two-time Olympic champion has not fought  since December 31, 2014,  but he is sure that inactivity won't be a detracting factor, as he's not stopped training .
 
After signing with Roc Nation, Guillermo confirmed this is the perfect moment to re-explode on to the boxing scene.
 
Rigo warned that the current WBC super bantamweight world champion, Julio Ceja, has his days strictly counted. The Cuban fighter guarantees that he'll defeat Mexican Rey Vargas, in an eliminatory match, which was ordered by the WBC during its convention in Kunming, China.
 
Without discounting the importance of his next  commitment, the Cuban pledged that he has everything staked in tonight's bout.

Ceja is going into a rematch with countryman Hugo Ruiz in January, likely in a venue located in California.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Adamjr91 on 11-21-2015

I recall watching Jamie McDonnell putting Julio Ceja to the sword a couple of years ago. Unless Ceja has improved drastically since then, Rigo will obliterate him if they ever met.

Comment by Hougigo on 11-21-2015

[QUOTE=Dirk Diggler UK;16250006]Who is the WBO Champion in this division? Is Donaire fighting for it?[/QUOTE] Haven't seen anything official...s till looks like international title

Comment by nycsmooth on 11-21-2015

This year or next in a bout I doubt never happens , Ceja would not win 1 round...2 many defects w/ that power...a small canelo vs Floyd...

Comment by lazaron72 on 11-21-2015

Todas son 100 yeguas q no hacen un cabal lo como yo ... Ha ha . Rigondeaux is back . Where is the metrosexual pantycruz? Where is frampton and quigg ??? Rigo is back ....... Hit and not be hit…

Comment by DannYankee on 11-21-2015

Ceja moves up inc. Rigo hasn't lost a fight since 2003 so he best be ready.

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