By Rey Colon
Carlos 'El Indio' Quintana (28-3, 22KOS), who last Friday returned from a ten month layoff to pick up a nine round TKO win over Yoryi Estrella, could return in his next fight against the dangerous Alfredo "El Perro" Angulo, the WBO's interim champion at 154 pounds, who has a record of 19-1, with 16 knockouts.
"El Perro Angulo was mentioned and we'll see what happens. I liked what happened [in his last fight] because it took him nine rounds of work. He won every round. Now with a fight against Angulo, he has to go out there and be perfect. He's a complicated opponent to box, but Kermit Cintron boxed him and won. I'll try to get him here for a seven to eight week camp. For this fight, we were in San Juan for only three weeks," said his trainer Jose Bonilla.