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Cermeno's Team Shocked at His Actions With Montiel

By Jhonny Gonzalez

The team of Venezuelan Nehomar Cermeño are still shocked with his actions during last Saturday's super bantamweight fight with Fernando Montiel in Culiacan, Mexico. Cermeno (20-4, 12KOs) had many tough battles and his prior three defeats were all close split decisions. But on Saturday, Cermeño told his corner to throw in the towel after two rounds. Cermeno's trainer said it was his fighter's decision to quit on the stool. The trainer begged for his fighter to continue and made several attempts to re-insert the mouthpiece. With only ten seconds left in the second, Montiel caught him with a deadly hook to the liver. Cermeno, 31-years-old, told his corner that he didn't have anything left and refused to come out for round three.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by budfr on 06-29-2011

[QUOTE=Abraham Reyes;10759398]he quit on his stool? when in mexico do as the mexicans do.[/QUOTE] Mexicans are the ones with the best hearts, faggit.

Comment by Abraham Reyes on 06-28-2011

he quit on his stool? when in mexico do as the mexicans do.

Comment by nycsmooth on 06-28-2011

Let's see if he can hit Nonito w/that shor but isn't he going to 122#???

Comment by STREET CLEANER on 06-28-2011

He was the one that took that liver blow and was feeling the pain. Probably the most painful legal shot in boxing

Comment by toolegit on 06-28-2011

He was not a mexican warrior, reason why he quit...

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