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Canelo Ordered To Testify in Archie Solis Beating Claim

By Jhonny Gonzalez

A spokesman on behalf of IBF junior lightweight champion Archie Solis has revealed that Saul "Canelo" Alvarez, the WBC's junior middleweight champion, was called to testify on Friday December 2 before the Attorney General in the State of Jalisco (PGJE). Solis filed a legal claim, alleging that Canelo attacked him over an ex-girlfriend in late October in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Solis suffered a badly broken jaw, a few bruises and several of his teeth were knocked out. A planned defense in December was cancelled. Solis had plates inserted into his jaw and the boxer is unable to return to the ring for a few more months.

"I'm going to be out for six to eight months. I was attacked treacherously by Canelo. He broke my jaw in three places," Solis told Sal Rodriguez.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by -Jay- on 12-01-2011

[QUOTE=budfr;11492326]This is the problem with globalization. American culture is invading other cultures. Some time ago it was rare in Mexico or any other Latin American country for a man to go to the police over a street fight. Archie is…

Comment by Vape on 11-29-2011

Canelo has the perfect alibi, his bro did it.

Comment by Underated Boxer on 11-29-2011

[QUOTE=budfr;11492326]This is the problem with globalization. American culture is invading other cultures. Some time ago it was rare in Mexico or any other Latin American country for a man to go to the police over a street fight. Archie is…

Comment by budfr on 11-29-2011

This is the problem with globalization. American culture is invading other cultures. Some time ago it was rare in Mexico or any other Latin American country for a man to go to the police over a street fight. Archie is…

Comment by Taylorslade on 11-29-2011

Another disappointing story regarding a young fighter with the world at his feet. It's not the first, and unfortunatley won't be the last. When I first learned of this incident a few weeks back, I began thinking about that little…

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