By Elisinio Castillo

Miami-based promoters Caribe Promotions are in the process of finalizing a November fight for World Boxing Organization (WBO) super bantamweight champion Guillermo Rigondeaux. The two-time Olympic gold medal winner was recently threatened by the WBO with the possibility of losing his title due to inactivity. Rigondeaux is also the WBA's "super" world champion at the weight limit.

Boris Arencibia, the president of Caribe, is putting the finishing touches on Rigondeaux's next fight.

Rigondeaux has not fought since last December and only had three fights in the last three years, but the fighter has had promotional and managerial problems. Rigondeaux (15-0, 10 KO) is pushing and willing to fight anyone at the weight.

"I have been a little upset about the situation of Rigondeaux and this week we're going to finalize a contract of Rigondeaux, who will be fighting in November. I hope that very soon I'll be able to make it official," Arencibia said.