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MOISES ISN`T FLIRTY WITH THIRTY!


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In the nail biting countdown to the toughest and most formidable fight of his career,  former world champion Moises Fuentes, who`s challenging undefeated  WBC flyweight champion Daigo Higa (14-0-0, 14 knockouts), on February 4 In Japan,  is scaling up the opportunity.

In advance of the February 4th blockbuster in Japan, Moises visited the  WBC headquarters in Mexico City, to present the safety designed 30 days pre-weigh in.

"We are training hard to be ready for this tough fight, and I will bring the WBC belt back to Mexico with me. Along with my coach Alejandro "Pollo" Galindo, we are working on a fight plan to neutralize the Japanese warrior. Daigo is a strong boxer. We know that he is a puncher. This sport gives us chances to win, and I will get there via my great physical condition.

"I was the WBC youth world champion, so It's an honor for me to fight for the World Boxing Council belt. The green and gold title is a dream for all boxers. I dedicate this fight to all those who have always supported me. I especially thank Mauricio Sulaiman, President of the WBC, for supporting me in this opportunity."

Fuentes weighed in at  120.3 pounds, clearly and evidently showing his great condition towards this important title clash.

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