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All Or Nothing: Mexicans Collide For WBF Title June 18
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PREVIEW   Photo: Juan Toscano (left) and Juan Diego Tadeo will collide for the World Boxing Federation (WBF) International Light Flyweight title on June 18.

Billed as “Todo O Nada” (All or Nothing), World Boxing Federation (WBF) championship boxing takes center stage when Borizteca Boxing promotes in Ensenada, Mexico on Saturday June 18.


At the Gimnasio Municipal Oscar “Tigre” Garcia, local man Juan “Pollo” Toscano, 9-3 (2), takes on Tijuana´s Juan Diego “Polvorito” Tadeo, 12-3 (5), for the vacant WBF International Light Flyweight title.

For both men it will be their first non-domestic title fight, and a big opportunity to make a name for themselves and significantly progress their careers.

Toscano (29) won the Baja California Strawweight title in 2017, defeating undefeated Axel Aragon Vega (2-0), but that triumph was followed by more than three years out of the ring.

A pro for almost ten years, Toscano has lacked regular activity but is coming off a career-best win against Jose Angel Perez Diaz (11-2) this past April, so enters the most important assignment of his professional run full of confidence.

The same goes for former Municipality of Tijuana Strawweight titlist Tadeo (24), who has won two straight since dropping back-to-back decisions against contenders Abraham Rodriguez (25-2) and Hector Flores Calixto (15-0-4).

This is a very interesting and evenly matched bout, where the winner will move closer to possibly fighting for world honors. The looser could be stuck a level or two below.

Its All or Nothing on June 18 in Ensenada!

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