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WBF Title Fight Headlines In Tijuana On June 22
POSTED ON JUNE 11, 2018.
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PREVIEW   Photo: World Boxing Federation (WBF) Mexican Super Welterweight title fight on June 22 in Tijuana, Mexico. (Click photo for full poster).

Rising outfit Borizteca Boxing Promotions presents World Boxing Federation (WBF) Championship boxing on Friday June 22 at the Salón Mezzanine in Tijuana, Mexico.

Billed as “Now or Never” (Ahora ó Nunca), the main event sees Rafael Ramon Ramirez and Ramon Barajas clash for the vacant WBF Mexican Super Welterweight title. 

38-year-old Ramirez is 20-4-2 (4) since turning pro at nineteen in 1999, fighting in both the United States and Mexico, and has won his last five outings.

Struggling to land big fights, this will be his first crack at a professional title, and he will undoubtedly be very focused to make the most of it.

Ramon "Cholo" Barajas (33) is also entering his first significant championship fight, and at 11-16 (4) he must be considered the underdog going in.

But he realises that this is an opportunity to resurrect his career, so it will be two hungry and determined boxers going at it.

Also on the card, undefeated Cuban Marcos Forestal, 7-0 (4), takes on Daniel Vega, 7-6 (4), for the vacant WBF International Super Bantamweight title. The two main fights will be preceded by a stacked undercard featuring a long line of promising local prospects in well-matched bouts.

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