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Clash Of Prospects For WBF Title In Mexico
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PREVIEW   Photo: Leonardo Baz and Alfredo Mejia Vargas clash for World Boxing Federation (WBF) title on September 22 in Mexicali, Mexico.

When Gladiator Promotions, headed by Marco Antonio Rodarte, promotes at the Auditorio del Estado in Mexicali, Mexico on Saturday, September 22, the show will be headlined by an intriguing clash between two promising prospects.

Local man Leonardo Baz, who is taking part in his first professional championship fight, is set to square off with Alfredo Mejia Vargas, from Ensenada, with the vacant World Boxing Federation (WBF) Mexican Super Bantamweight title on the line.

El Leon” Baz brings a record of 12-1 (7), while “Rambo” Vargas is 10-1-3 (2) and has the advantage of going ten rounds one time before, when he drew with Eduardo Baez (11-1-1) for a minor regional title this past May.

Both men are undefeated in their last five outings, and both have scored some decent victories leading up to this fight, but a victory on September 22 will undoubtedly be a career highlight for whoever comes out victorious.

A big crowd is expected at the arena, and the Leonardo Baz vs. Alfredo Mejia Vargas World Boxing Federation (WBF) championship main event will be preceded by a stacked undercard featuring local talent in well-matched bouts.

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