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24 SEPTEMBER 2014

 

Argenis Mendez Wants to Get Back in Front of Contender Line


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PRESS RELEASE-NEW YORK (November 17, 2011)—So close to winning a world title in his last bout, Argenis Mendez will look to get back in the front of the contender line when he takes on Jose Palma in a ten round Super Featherweight bout as the Chief support bout to the main event that will feature three-time world champion Joan Guzman battling Florencio Castellano in a Jr. Welterweight bout.

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Mendez of the Dominican Republic has a record of 18-2 with nine knockouts will be fighting at home for the first time in three years which covers six bouts.

Mendez is coming off a close loss to Juan Carlos Selgado which was for the IBF Jr. Lightweight championship in a bout that Mendez had Selgado down in the twelfth round but was unable to pull even on the score cards which read 114-112 on two cards and 115-110 in favor Selgado who was fighting at home in Mexico.

Many at ringside believed that Mendez did enough to win the fight.

Now Mendez gets right back on his horse to take on Palma who will be looking to capitalize on an opportunity to face a world ranked opponent as Mendez is ranked number-six by the IBF.

Palma of Colombia has a respectable record of 14-4-2 with nine knockouts and has only been stopped once by a fighter who was 8-1-1 in Palma’s second pro bout.

Palma has won three consecutive bouts.

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