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Jorge Cota: I'm Going To Make Sure They Never View Me As A Stepping Stone Again

Jorge Cota is prepared to advance from trialhorse to thoroughbred. The hard-nosed junior middleweight from Los Mochis, Mexico has seen his number called many times, most often as a durable opponent for the division’s top tier talent. On paper, it appears to be the case this weekend, as the 34-year-old slugger is set to face Cuban knockout artist Yoelvis Gomez (5-0, 5KOs).
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Yoelvis Gomez Goes Distance For First Time, Dominates Jorge Cota Over Ten Rounds

GLENDALE, Arizona – Yoelvis Gomez went more rounds on Saturday night than he had in his entire pro career prior to this point. The end of his red-hot knockout streak wasn’t necessarily a bad thing, as the Las Vegas-based Cuban dominated veteran fringe contender Jorge Cota over ten rounds to take a landslide unanimous decision win. Scores were 100-90 across the board in favor of Gomez in their Showtime-televised co-feature evening at Gila River Arena in Glendale, Arizona.
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Yoelvis Gomez Suffers Hand Injury; Fight With Jorge Cota Postponed, Removed From March 26 Showtime Card

Yoelvis Gomez will have to wait a few more weeks for his 2022 debut. BoxingScene.com has confirmed that an intriguing junior middleweight bout between Gomez and veteran puncher Jorge Cota has been postponed. A hand injury suffered by Gomez forced the team surrounding the Cuban prospect to pull the plug on his planned appearance on a March 26 Showtime tripleheader from The Armory in Minneapolis.
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