The WBC International Female Super Fly Weight Title will be on the line this Saturday in Guanajuato, Mexico as Mariana Juarez will take on Riyo Togo.
Riyo Togo won the vacant WBC International Female Super Lightweight Title on April 27 with a technical knockout win over Mariana Juarez in Mexico City as Juarez went down in the opening round.
Togo is 37 years old and stands at 5 feet 5 and 1 half inches tall and hails from Tokyo, Japan. She has a career record of 10 wins, 4 losses and 1 draw. Out of her 10 wins 9 were by knockout with just 1 out of her 4 losses by knockout. She fights from an orthodox stance.
Prior to her win over Juarez, Togo lost an 8 round split decision to Kimika Miyoshi on February 27 at Kanagawa, Japan in a bout that was for the OPBF female bantamweight title.
On November 4, 2012 Togo scored a unanimous decision win over Tomoko Kawanishi for the vacant OPBF Female Bantamweight title in an 8 round bout that took place in Osaka, Japan.
Togo lost a shot at the WBA Female Bantamweight Title with a loss to Janeth Perez by unanimous decision on July 14, 2012.
Mariana Juarez has a career record of 36 wins, 7 losses, and 3 draws with the Boxing odds. Out of her 36 wins 16 were by knockout while 3 out of her 7 losses were by knockout. Juarez is 33 years of age and is from Mexico City. She stands at 5 feet 1 half inches tall and is known as "Barbie." She fights from an orthodox stance.
Prior to her loss to Togo she scored a unanimous decision win over Tenkai Tsunami on December 15, 2012 in a 10 round bout that took place in Jalisco, Mexico. That was after a unanimous decision loss to Ava Knight on October 13, 2010 in a 10 round bout that took place in Mexico City and for the WBC Female Flyweight title. On July 14, 2012 she scored a split decision win over Shindo Go for the WBC Flyweight title in a bout that took place in Ontario, California.
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