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Japanese Shindo Go exposes flyweight title against Mexican Muciño

The Japanese Shindo Go, flyweight champion of the World Boxing Council (WBC) will expose her title tomorrow against the Mexican Arely Muciño at the Monterrey arena, in the state of Nuevo León.
Go will risk for the third time the title it won in May 2013 in Wakayama, Japan, but it will be the first time it has done so outside of its country.
“I am not intimidated by fighting at the home of my challenger, the championship will return with me,” said the Japanese.
While Muciño considered that the fight will be with many exchanges of blows and will seek to impose conditions to win the title. “It will be a fight with many exchanges of blows, that’s the style of both; Let’s go for the title, it’s a dream I have ».
The Japanese enters the fight with 14 wins, nine on the fast track, and two defeats, one of them against the Mexican Mariana Juárez.
The Mexican, who was already champion of the International Boxing Federation (FIB) and the World Boxing Association (WBA), registers 20 wins, 10 before the limit, two defeats and two draws.
Both fighters fulfilled this day with the weigh-in whose division limit is 50,802 kilos.
In the evening, called “Royal Supremacy”, the Mexican Adrián Estrella will face the Puerto Rican Edwin López, a battle agreed in super featherweight. EFE

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