2015 BOXING fight – Miguel Vazquez vs Argenis Mendez – full fight Video

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2 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2015-10-06, disappointing fight between Miguel Vazquez and Argenis Mendez: it gets two stars.

The former IBF Lw champion Miguel Vazquez entered this fight with a pro boxing record of 35-4-0 (13 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.6 lightweight in the world while his opponent, the former Ibf super-Fw champion Argenis Mendez, has a record of 22-3-1 (12 knockouts) and he entered as the No.14 in the same weight class (currently the #1 in this division is Omar Figueroa Jr). Both boxers lost once in 2014 but then they came back to win in 2015: Vazquez was defeated by Mickey Bey (=Vazquez vs Bey) and then he won over Jerry Belmontes while Mendez lost the rematch with Rances Barthelemy (=Mendez vs Barthelemy 2) and then he beat Daniel Evangelista Jr. ‘Titere’ Vazquez vs Mendez is on the undercard of Jose Uzcategui vs Julius Jackson. Watch the video and rate this fight!


Date: 2015-10-06

Where: Cowboys Dance Hall, San Antonio, Texas, USA

Division: lightweight (135 lbs, 61.2 kg)

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Argenis Mendez def. Miguel Vazquez (unanimous decision, 95-94, 97-92, 99-90)


Mendez’s next fight: Argenis Mendez vs Robert Easter Jr

Vazquez’s next fight: Miguel Vazquez vs Erick Bone


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1 comment on “2015 BOXING fight – Miguel Vazquez vs Argenis Mendez – full fight Video”

  1. Vazquez is so awkward and dirty, it’s hard to believe he once was a world title holder. He’s very aggressive though, On the other hand Mendez (another former world champion who didn’t look like it) should’ve used his jab more to stop this clumsy bull charging him and should’ve work the uppercut on the inside. His defense seemed weak as he didn’t use his legs much and put himself in a vulnerable position by simply staying right in front of Vazquez with his hands down without moving his head sideways.

    In my opinion, in round 6, a point should have be deducted for Vazquez for not stopping after the referee called a break. The referee kinda made up for that the round after with a questionable call.

    Quite a frustrating fight to watch in fact… And the outcome is totally foul ball in my opinion. Even though I wished Mendez would come out victorious because he’s obviously a more skilled fighter, I didn’t think he did enough to win… But the judges felt otherwise.


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