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Adrian Vargas of San Diego Comes Back after Two Years

Along with current interim WBC Latino light welterweight champion Emmanuel Robles, The hard hitting and aggressive Adrian Vargas (7-0-1, 5KOs) of San Diego participated in the best local fight of 2012 when they well all-out in a four round war. Despite of the hard battle fought in the ring, a smile comes access Adrian’s face when reminded of Robles’ last fight were he captured the aforementioned title.

“First of all I would like to congratulate Emmanuel Robles, he has worked hard, and he is a hard boxer. I have known him for quite some time now. Congratulations, I was present, he did everything he had to do come out as a victor and I look forward to seeing Emmanuel one day again in the ring, hopefully we can do that.”

The highly competitive fight between the two back in ’12 was scored a draw and many local fight fans are hoping for a rematch. “I just got a little frustrated because I have never been cut before and that threw out my game plan. That is pretty much it. An accidental head butt, we both crashed heads and that threw me way off.”

Adrian Vargas of San Diego

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