The Venezuelan fighter Liborio Solis will return to the ring to face the Cuban and 112-pound champion, William Rigondeaux. The battle will be on December 7, the headquarters and card are yet to be confirmed, presumably it would be at the crossing Jermall Charlo vs. Dennis Hogan, in the Barclays Center in New York.
The news was announced by the Venezuelan and former super fly champion and three-time bantamweight champion, through his social networks. In combat will contest a vacant WBA title, according to specialized media.
“The sanctioning body currently has a regular champion in Daniel Roman, an interim champion in Brandon Figueroa and a gold champion in Ronny Rios; presumably, Roman will be promoted to super champion to make room. In order to obtain bonus points, neither of these two is in the WBA ranking, "a sports journalist told the American boxing portal.
The 37-year-old maracayero has a Reputable record of 30-5-1, 14 wins by KO.
Solís stands out in this fight for having more activity during the year than the 'Jackal', who has only seen action a couple of times in 2019, while the Venezuelan has had more action, since between 2018 and what is going on of the almanac, he has faced 5 fighters and in all of them he won. Three by way of sleep and two by decision.
Among his most important victories stand out those obtained against the Japanese Kohei Kono and Daiki Kameda, in addition to having faced leading figures such as the Japanese shinsuke yamanaka and British Jamie McDonnell on a couple of occasions.
In his last combat, carried out on July 18, Solís defeated Karluis Diaz in a remarkable presentation that only the first round was enough and to give a knockout to the Colombian banker.
Liborio's experienced rival, rigondeaux, he is 39 years old (19-1, 13 KOs), comes from beating the Mexican in June Julio Eyebrow on the fast track.