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Guillermo Rigondeaux may want Sam Maxwell’s number ahead of his super fight with Vasyl Lomachenko next month.

The super-slick southpaws go head to head for Lomachenko’s WBO super-featherweight championship at a sold-out Madison Square Garden on Saturday, December 9 – and Maxwell knows it’s a tough night for Rigondeaux.

He twice shared a ring with Lomachenko in World Series of Boxing in 2012 and says he gave him trouble – for 30 seconds!

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The chatty Scouser, now a 4-0 super-lightweight prospect under Frank Warren, says going 10 rounds with Lomachenko is “my claim to fame.”

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