The Vow of Viloria to Return to the Top

by • June 21, 2010 • UncategorizedComments Off1121

American professional boxer of Filipino descent Brian Viloria, also the former WBC Light Flyweight champion and IBF Junior Flyweight champion returns to the ring in Manila this July 10 at SolarTV’s Boxing at the Bay 4: Unbreakable’.

“The Hawaiian Punch” after losing his previous fight, Viloria is on mission to win a third world title, this time at flyweight where he indicated he would be far more comfortable as the step up in weight would be better for his physical attributes. He is returning to the fray having collapsed, exhausted, after losing his IBF light-flyweight title to Carlos Tamara last January. The loss was among the worst in Viloria’s 29 fights as a pro.

For the second straight time, Viloria’s reign as a world champion proved to be a short one. But this time, the US Olympian expressed confidence that he “will be back again on the world stage holding up another world, my third one at that. Mark my word!” Throughout his remarkable professional run,

Viloria is Robert Garcia, he will be always on Brian’s side when he faces Mexico’s Omar Soto Perez on July 10. The WBA super flyweight interm champion Nonito “The Filipino Flash” Donaire Jr. (23-1, 15 KO’s) is set to clash against opponent Hernan Marquez (27-1, 20 KO’s) also on the same date in Puerto Rico.

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