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The Mexican Hernández will look for the title left by ‘Chocolatito’ González

The Mexican Hernández will look for the title left by ‘Chocolatito’ González

The Mexican Juan Hernández and the Thai Nawaphon Nakornloung will seek this March 4 in Bangkok to inherit the flyweight title of the World Boxing Council (WBC) left vacant by the Nicaraguan Román “Chocolatito” González.
Nakornloung is the first classified in the fight for the title and Hernández, the second.
Hernández, who will fight for the second time for the belt, said before traveling to Bangkok today that fighting outside his country “is a challenge and it will be a great satisfaction”, especially if he returns with the title.
Nakornloung is undefeated as a professional 36 wins, 28 on the fast track, and it will be dangerous for the Mexican, who has 33 wins, 24 before the limit, and two losses.
The Mexican’s first attempt occurred on August 10, 2012, when he lost to Japanese Kazuto Ioka.

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