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 Last update:  9/5/2011       Read more by Osman Rosales         
   
Alfaro Claims Robbery in Humberto Soto Stoppage Loss
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By Osman Rosales

This past Saturday night at the Estadio Centenario in Los Mochis, Mexico, former world champion Jose Alfaro of Nicaragua was stopped in two rounds by Humberto "Zorrita" Soto. The ringside doctor would not allow Alfaro to continue after examining two bad cuts on the boxer's face. But, the cuts were caused by head clashes, and Alfaro is very confused on why the victory was given to Soto if the cuts were caused by fouls.

"I'm very upset because it was two headbutts that produced the cuts and it's not fair that Soto was given the victory. I was robbed and [the doctor's decision] precluded me from having a good fight," Alfaro said.

Tags: Humberto Soto



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comment by Corelone, on 09-05-2011
No contest is the best he can ask for. Turning his back was asking for a DQ. I hope he's not asking for a decision reversal. No harm asking though.

comment by Carlos Alberto, on 09-05-2011
Not only was it a robbery, it was a straight jack move!

comment by Medved, on 09-05-2011
[QUOTE=edgarg]He was complaining about the butts. And according to ALL the rules, if a fight is stopped by a foul, before the vompletion of 4 rds it is a No Contest.[/QUOTE] You dont know the rules in Jajaj-Land. Watch the fight, dude kept turning his back and walking away like 5 times, you...

comment by edgarg, on 09-05-2011
[QUOTE=.::|ULTIMATE|::.]I am going to say that it was because he turned around twice asking no more. Technically he should have been dqed but the ref turned him back around to keep fighting.[/QUOTE] He was complaining about the butts. And according to ALL the rules, if a fight is stopped by a fou...

comment by Team Vitaminas, on 09-05-2011
he didn't wanna fight anymore.can't blame him though,Soto knew what kind of opponent he was fighting to begin with.dude bitched out when Demarco put it on him.

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