Buckle up and settle down for a belter  of a better February, thanks to a WBC schedule of fabulous fights which promise supreme quality competitive action.
On your marks, get set....GO!
February 3 / Olanrewaju Durodola vs. Maxim Vlasov / Russia
Nigerian Durodola and the Russian Vlasov will be dancing, jabbing, and toe to toe, yet  no waltzing. To the victor the curtain call, at the Bolshoy Ice Dome for the vacant silver WBC title in the cruiserweight division. An interesting match, as Durodola seeks  the opportunity to recover the title he won by defeating Dmitry Kudryashov in 2015, but then lost in his first defense against Mairis Briedis. However, the Russian is a dangerous rival who has a record of 41 wins, 24 knockouts and only two defeats. Far from a swan song!
February 3 / Lupita Martinez vs. Irma Garcia / Mexico City

 WBC super flyweight female champion, Lupita Martinez, vividly exclaims that the fabled Green and Gold Belt will most certainly return home with her, because it's the pride and joy of herself, her son and her daughter.
However Irma Garcia is a law unto herself,  and her order of the day will be  to give it her absolute all, to be crowned as  champion of the body that she admires the most!

February 4 / Daigo Higa vs. Moises Fuentes / Japan
The Budokan Arena in the city of Naha in Japan will be the scene of a war between Mexico and Japan, where the power punching unbeaten  champion will make the second defense of his crown, this time against former world champion Moisés Fuentes.
This clash has generated a countdown of  knockout expectation, as Fuentes wants to avenge the stoppage  he suffered by Kosei Tanaka.  However, Daigo is already a historic boxing fighter of Japanese boxing, as he's clobbered his way  to become an undefeated world champion, with a 100% KO ratio!
February 17 / Mariana Juarez vs. Gabriela Bouvier / Mexico City
Uruguayan Gabriela Bouvier returns to Mexico City to fight Mariana Juarez for the third time!!! These fighters clashed  in May 2011 and then  collided in October of the same year, with  WBC flyweight title on the line. Both times Gabriela was defeated.
That was then and this is now!  Today a new opportunity is presented, but not handed to Bouvier, as Mariana is set  to defend her WBC bantamweight championship for the third time. She brilliantly won it in April of last year against Catherine Phiri.
February 17 / David Benavidez vs. Ronald Gavril / Nevada
The undefeated WBC super middleweight champion, David Benavidez, has been crystal clear stating that this time there wont be the slightest doubt of exactly  who is the champion,  and he's even confidently predicting  that this bout will never go to the whole distance.
It'll be the  rematch of the exciting fight they had last September, where Benavidez defeated Ronald Gavril via a split decision.
February 17 / Danny Garcia vs. Brandon Rios / Nevada
The Mandalay Bay will host the match between Danny Garcia and Brandon Rios, which will be an eliminatory fight puting the winner just one short step away from a title opportunity.
Danny comes from losing his unbeaten record in his last fight against Keith Thurman which means he will try to return with everything he's got versus Brandon, who's trying to convince his detractors that he still has the punching potency  to return to the elite of boxing .
February 24 / Srisaket Sor Rungvisai vs. Juan Estrada / California

One of most interesting fights of the year,  as the WBC  super flyweight champion, Srisaket Sor Rungvisai has given us amazing  performances  that have set him as one of the very best pound for pound fighters of today.
On the other but not far side, Juan Francisco Estrada arrives  as an absolute  menace, with the slick skills and sage smarts of a  former world champion.
February 24 / Carlos Cuadras vs. McWilliams Arroyo / California

Another rival survival chapter between Mexico and Puerto Rico, Cuadras against Arroyo  at the Inglewood Forum in California. Cuadras, who now trains, guided by the inspirational and strict supervision of famed coach, Abel Sanchez has been very clear in saying that this year he will recover the green and gold laurels.
However, McWilliams Arroyo comes to this commitment with the firm conviction to bounce right back  from the defeat he suffered in April 2016 by  Roman González.
February 24 / Callum Smith vs. Juergen Braehmer / Germany
The Nürnberger Arena  in Germany will be the scene of a great fight, which is an absorbing semi-final of the World Boxing Super Series in the super middleweight division between the undefeated Callum Smith and Juergen Braehmer.
Callum, aged 27, is confident of defeating the German, who is twelve years his senior.   Juergen comes to this commitment with a record of 49 fights won 35 of them by the fast track and three defeats, plus the firm intention to demonstrate that the experience will be a determining and tempering factor, to  ensure his  place in the great final of this amazing championship!


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