Vargas-Mayorga Round by Round

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29-year-old Fernando Vargas (26-4, 22KOs) will be fighting for the last time against Ricardo Mayorga (27-6-1, 22 KOs), in a 12-round super middleweight bout Friday night at Staples Center.

Vargas (26-4 with 22 knockouts) became the youngest junior middleweight world champion at just 21 years, five days when he dethroned Yory Boy Campas to win the IBF title in December 1998. The 34-year-old Mayorga (27-6-1 with 22 knockouts), a three-time world champion from Managua, Nicaragua, hasn’t fought since May 6, 2006, when he was stopped by De La Hoya. He won his first championship against then-WBA welterweight champion Andrew “Six Heads” Lewis in 2002.

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