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Carlos Quintana Eyes Alfredo Angulo, Kirkland Bouts

By Rey Colon

Carlos 'El Indio' Quintana, a former WBO welterweight champion, could return in August or September and he's being being mentioned as a potential opponent for Mexico's Alfredo "El Perro" Angulo and James Kirkland, revealed his trainer Jose Bonilla.

"I talked to Lou DiBella and we are negotiating for a fight in August, September and those two are being mentioning. They are both strong but Quintana is at a stage where we must seek the fights that present good money. Quintana is also strong at 154 and we must negotiate something for Carlos, who is looking for big fights for good money," he said.

Angulo is has a record of 19-1 and 16 knockouts while Kirkland has a record of 27-1 with 24 knockouts and returns from an April upset defeat where he was stopped in the first round by Nobuhiro Ishida, who sent Kirkland down three times.

Quintana, meanwhile, who broke the unbeaten streaks of Joel Julio and Paul Williams, has a record of 28-3 with 22 knockouts.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Hiei on 05-19-2011

[QUOTE=STREET CLEANER;10564753]Quintana doean't have it any more. He does well with pressure fighters that can't adjust. If he has anything left he might put up a good fight against either. Angulo is heavy handed but is slow and crude, Kirkland…

Comment by ELPERRO on 05-19-2011

[QUOTE=boricuajr23;10564666]So much talk about Puerto rican fighters with excuses yet they dont realize when a mexican makes one. A young fighter was beaten in the ring by an experienced one. period. Just Like Arce beat Vazquez jr. That hair gel…

Comment by lopez36 on 05-19-2011

[QUOTE=ELPERRO;10564198]Yeah!!! and that's why Cintron wouldn't signed to a re-match. Angulo was sick and the weight proved it. Cintron is not stupid, He knows he went up against a sick fighter and barely beat him. He gets KO'd by a…

Comment by choelzle on 05-19-2011

I have a ton of respect for quintana and his skills. . .but he left his best at jww. . .he isnt gonna be effective at all are 154 lbs

Comment by boricuajr23 on 05-19-2011

[QUOTE=IslaSimio;10564068]But didn't Marg own that clown twice?[/QUOTE] Yes...and Daniel Santos beat Margarito! Whats the point? The topic is between Quintana-Angulo and how Angulo looked against Cintron and yet a Margarito gets brought up. LOL.

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