Q&A: Israel “Pito” Cardona

Interview by Antonio Castro

It’s been over a year since Israel “Pito” Cardona has been in a ring. He’s lost three straight and five of his last seven. On Saturday night from Cleveland, Ohio,Cardona (36-9, 28 KO’s) will look to turn things around as he takes on Hector Camacho Jr (48-3-1, 27 KO’s) for the vacant WBC CABOFE light middleweight title. Cardona wants another shot at a title, and knows that a win would get him back in contention. Fightnews feature writer Antonio Castro caught up with Cardona, as he waited for Camacho to take off the final two pounds necessary to make the fight a go . . . click here for more

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