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Carlos Negron Sues PR Best Boxing, Eyes Fall Return

By Rey Colon

Former Olympian Carlos Negron (14-1 and 10 KO's), who due to contractual problems has not fought since March 2012, plans to return to action in the cruiserweight division in the month of September and will most likely do so in Europe as indicated by the 6'6 fighter who is 26-years-old. He also revealed that he filed a lawsuit against his promoter PR Best Boxing Promotions for breach of contract.

"Thank God I no longer belong to the PR Best Boxing. I was shelved and I've sued for breach of contract in the Bayamón court. But I will leave that to the lawyers. I have plans to return in September as a cruiser," he said.

Negron briefly went up to heavyweight but he was knocked out by Epifanio Mendoza in September of 2011.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by boricuajr23 on 07-16-2013

[QUOTE=nycsmooth;13561927]the only time he stepped up he lost...he & the arroyo bros are the most protected guys in PR....[/QUOTE] They just arent as active enough. They are from the 2008 Olympic class and all 3 are around 15 fights. I…

Comment by boricuajr23 on 07-16-2013

I heard there were ppl in his camp that were never thrilled about the move to heavyweight. Who knows, maybe they threw more money at him to move to heavyweight. Regardless, the fact that he is coming back down may…

Comment by nycsmooth on 07-16-2013

the only time he stepped up he lost...he & the arroyo bros are the most protected guys in PR....

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