Guillermo Rigondeaux has candidly and rather hilariously outlined the best ways in his view for his competitors to duck him.

It has almost become a joke now, in terms of the Cuban boxing great Guillermo Rigondeaux trying to secure significant fights.

He’s arguably the most avoided boxer of the modern era and now father time is catching up with him.

He keeps himself in good condition year round but he knows he probably only has a couple of years left at the top now, and is trying everything in his power to land a big fight.

Vasyl Lomachenko has been his target for sometime, but seems unlikely.

‘Rigo’ has been more public than ever in calling out fighters on Twitter in the last 6 months or so and today he’s outlined his top 4 ways on how his opponents in his view like to duck him:

The words of a clearly and understandably, frustrated man.

His last fight came in June just gone which was eventually ruled a no-contest against Moises Flores by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.

So much promise was expected for the Cuban after he defeated former fighter of the year Nonito Donaire back in 2013.

But career stagnation was the only promise that came to fruition.

He’s boxed just six times since then against various levels of opposition and knows when he turns 37 years old next month – that time is running out in his career: