WBO Champ John Riel Casimero excited for pay-per-view debut

After months of training for a unification match that didn’t happen, WBO Bantamweight Champion John Riel Casimero is eager to defend his crown in his pay-per-view debut on Sept. 26 in Connecticut.

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  • Mario
    2 September 2020 at 1:31 am - Reply

    CASIMERO came to the US before the Pandemic, in preparation to fight for Naoya INOUE. BOB ARUM has a big contract for INOUE, and losing from CASIMERO means his huge investment in INOUE will be gone. So Bob Arum cancel the Casimero-Inoue fight of the Century. Instead, Inoue will be defending his title against another challenger. INOUE won against DONAIRE, boxing spectators said Donaire broke bloodied his face and his eye vision, says Inoue will never be the same anymore. To pleased Casimero he is scheduled to defend his title to a new fighter, at least his handler, trainers, himself, earned something while he was in the US for 6 months training.