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Arellano High on Cano, Closes The Door on Victor Ortiz

By Robert Morales

Longtime fight manager Rolando Arellano is expecting really big things from his fighter Pablo Cesar Cano of Mexico. Just 22, Cano is 25-1-1 with 19 knockouts. He will be moving up in weight to challenge Paulie Malignaggi for his welterweight world title on Golden Boy's Oct. 20 card at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

In his most recent fight in July, Cano won a seventh-round technical decision over Johan Perez to win an interim junior welterweight belt.

"I think this is the next star from Mexico," Arellano said.

(Door closed on Ortiz)

Arellano is the former manager of the aforementioned Ortiz. The two, who parted ways after Ortiz's loss to Lopez, recently came to a settlement over a money dispute (as was reported on RingTV.com). Arellano intimated to BoxingScene.com he is taking the split in stride.

"It's the business we're in," he said. "When you dance with the devil and get burned, you can't bitch about it."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Corelone on 09-28-2012

[QUOTE=ddangerous;12556714]What hype? Most casual fans have never seen him, and the more serious fans aren't high on him. Especially, after the Morales fight.[/QUOTE] He's a straw man. They're building him up so Paulie can Knock him down, buddy rough him,…

Comment by Chuckguy on 09-27-2012

I told Victor to his face to watch out for Arrellano. He just kinda smiled and less than a year later guess what? Man Rolando is a fooken snake never looking after his fighters best interests he fooked over Vargas…

Comment by ddangerous on 09-27-2012

[QUOTE=Lac'em up;12556203]Not sure what all the hype about this guy is. Who has he beat? When he tried stepping it up an old Morales crushed him. Look at his record, he hasn't fought anyone of a credible bloodline besides Morales.[/QUOTE]…

Comment by Lac'em up on 09-27-2012

Not sure what all the hype about this guy is. Who has he beat? When he tried stepping it up an old Morales crushed him. Look at his record, he hasn't fought anyone of a credible bloodline besides Morales.

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