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Gonzalez vs. Roa For WBF Title In Mexico
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PREVIEW   Photo: Giovannie Gonzalez (left) and Jose Luis Roa will fight for the vacant World Boxing Federation (WBF) International Title in Tijuana.

The World Boxing Federation (WBF) will return to Mexico for the first time since Covid-19 put the world on hold, when Giovannie “King Gio” Gonzalez and Jose Luis Roa fights for the vacant WBF International Lightweight title on November 29 in Tijuana.

Gonzalez, of Mexican heritage but fighting out of Stockton, California, is 10-5-1 (8) since turning professional in 2017, but can legitimately feel hard done by in a few of the blemishes on his record. He has boxed in Mexico eleven times previously as a pro.

El Mirrus”, Jose Luis Roa from Mexicali, is the younger man by five years at twenty-five, and his record looks more glossy at 9-1-1 (6), losing only his pro debut. But he has not quite faced the level of opposition that Gonzalez has, and this will be his first real step-up fight.

The ten round bout will be the main event of a card at Nuevo Plaza De Torros, promoted by Borizteca Boxing Promotions in association with King Gio Boxing Promotions. It will be streamed live by Fight Hub TV from noon local time.

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