No surprises for ex-champ Campas

For a fighter who has won over eight championships in his career, including two world titles, Luis “Yuri Boy” Campas is surprisingly soft spoken. But perhaps that is not much of a surprise, when a fighter has amassed over 92 wins in over 107 fights it goes without saying that he’s “seen it all before.” But for the 38-year old contender, he also recognizes that October 30th will be his most important fight since he stepped in the ring to challenge Oscar De La Hoya for the WBC and WBA Light Middleweight title’s back in 2003. After all, a win might make another title fight a reality where as a loss would all be end his run as a force in the junior middleweight division . . . . Click here for more

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