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Vazquez-Diaz targeted for Sept. 28
IBF lightweight titleholder Miguel Vazquez could pursue his 13th straight victory in a rematch with Ammeth Diaz, who he may fight on Sept. 28 in Mexico.
Mexican IBF lightweight beltholder Miguel Vazquez could make the sixth defense of title on Sept. 28 in Mexicso in a rematch with Ammeth Diaz, according Zanfer Promotions matchmaker, Sean Gibbons, who handles Vazquez.
Gibbons said Zanfer won a purse bid on Tuesday and the right to to promote the fight, doing so with the uncontested amount of $51,000, which was he said was received by IBF Championships Chairman Lindsay Tucker.
"The bid was held at the IBF offices yesterday, July 16 at 11:45, and the only bidder was Zanfer Promotions for $51,000," said Gibbons. "The bid Fed-exed in and opened by Lindsay Tucker."
A 26-year-old technical, mobile boxer, Vazquez (33-3, 13 knockouts) is coming off a unanimous decision over previously unbeaten southpaw prospect Mercito Gesta in December for his 12th straight win during a run that includes three stoppages.
A hard-punching 30-year-old from Panama City, Panama, Diaz (32-11, 23 KOs) has scored two straight knockouts since falling by unanimous decision to Vazquez in January of 2012.
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