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Victor Terrazas is Set To Return To The Ring on July 23, Cancun

Three years after losing the World Boxing Council super bantamweight crown, after being defeated by Leo Santa Cruz by knockout in three rounds, Victor "Vikingo" Terrazas from Jalisco, returns  to the ring on July 23rd in Cancun. The match will be co presented by Promociones del Pueblo and Cancun Boxing.
 
"Vikingo", who is now training in Alvin, Texas, guided by Timothy Knightwill, will fight eight rounds in the 130 pound division.

The Boxing Commission of Cancun, has ordered several physical tests  and diverse clinical examinations.

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Also set for action, Miguel "Micky" Roman will rumble back to the ring on July 9th when he faces Filipino Jerope Mercado in the main event slot at the Arena Jose Sulaiman in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon.

Micky is restively and restlessly awaiting an opportunity to contest the World Boxing Council super featherweight championship, and he`s super motivated, having defeated Spain`s Juli Giner, in an eliminator.

With a strike rate of 17 victories in a row, the judicious puncher from Juarez will arrives as a firm favorite against "Niño de oro" Mercado, who has a credible record professional 27-7-3, with  9 KO’S.

Roman is getting being prepared by Rafael Guzman in Guadalajara, where he is working hard with ultimate sights laser locked onto Francisco “Bandido” Vargas.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nycsmooth on 07-04-2016

[QUOTE=kiaba360;16837870]LSC absolutely spanked him, but Terrazas' fight-night weight implies that he could've been drained. You never want to be physically unprepared if you're fighting a volume puncher like LSC.[/QUOTE] A drained fighter is his & the trainers responsibility, no other…

Comment by kiaba360 on 07-04-2016

[QUOTE=nycsmooth;16837763]The Viking had many easy fights for a very long, & really failed2 to learn muchas he so-called progressed ...I was not surprised whatsoever in the way Leo took him out..he'll be continued 2 b nursed... just don't think he's…

Comment by nycsmooth on 07-04-2016

The Viking had many easy fights for a very long, & really failed2 to learn muchas he so-called progressed ...I was not surprised whatsoever in the way Leo took him out..he'll be continued 2 b nursed... just don't think he's…

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