WBC Heavyweight Championship Belt Winner, Mike Bohn, Returns To The Octagon
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Mike Bongiorno, who lost his WBC Light Heavyweight title in a unification bout with former WBC champion Manny Pacquiao, returned to the Octagon on Wednesday.
The 36-year-old former champion, who won the belt by a unanimous decision over Pacquia in June, had already lost the belt to undefeated challenger Gennady Golovkin in the process.
Golovkin is expected to defend his WBA and IBF belts on Dec. 2 against undefeated WBA champion Miguel Cotto.
Bongiorno, a former two-division world champion, was ranked No. 1 in the world.
He beat Pacquias trainer and fellow WBC contender Jose Andrade Jr. to retain the belt.
Bongoorno is coming off his third consecutive loss.
He lost a decision to Pacquiya on April 9 and has lost three straight.
The Mexican’s next opponent is a possible challenger.
Bondurabo won the WBC belt in April 2018.
The WBC announced that he had signed a new contract with the promotion in March.
Mike Bongiorno, who lost his WBC Light Heavyweight title in a unification bout with former WBC champion Manny Pacquiao, returned…
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