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Chemito Moreno Offered Four Fight Deal From Golden Boy

By Miguel Rivera

Local promoter Carlos Gonzalez advised WBA bantamweight champion Anselmo "Chemito" Moreno of a guaranteed four fight deal. The deal is coming from American promotional company Golden Boy Promotions. The outline is a total package that equals $1.2 million dollars. Moreno would make $100K for a fight with Lorenzo Parra, then $250K for fight number two, $350 for fight number three and then $500K for fight number four.

Moreno's side is involved in discussions for a fight with WBC/WBO champion Nonito Donaire on May 28 at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City. There are reports that Moreno turned down an offer of $300K for the fight and could be holding out for a number around $500K. Based on the Moreno's position, there is no way to tell if the information related to the Golden Boy offer is factual, or information that his team is leaking in the media to persuade Donaire's promoter, Top Rank, to increase their offer.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by bluetuazon on 03-12-2011

straight up duck.....thanks GBP....instead of unifying them titles we get this.... moreno does not deserve the 300k period!!

Comment by gopi11 on 03-12-2011

[QUOTE=indystress;10219842]how is 300k a low offer when first fight under GBP will be at 100k against parra? i didnt know that $300k is less than $100k[/QUOTE] Don't be in distress bro, that's called sarcasm...

Comment by ronnie_N. on 03-12-2011

oscar on the power play... nice job d!ckwad!!!! abnormal mares and chemito morono late this year... i just hope agbeko beat mares... so moreno will get stuck senseless in GBP for all eternity...

Comment by indystress on 03-11-2011

[QUOTE=daggum;10219748]moreno is the panamanian ppv king. what is donaire? nothing! donaire should stop ducking him with his lowball offers of 300k.[/QUOTE] how is 300k a low offer when first fight under GBP will be at 100k against parra? i didnt…

Comment by gopi11 on 03-11-2011

Here's what GBP really trying to do: [img]http://www.quick-good-fortune.com/images/vb-ducks-lined-up.jpg[/img] [color=red][I]Trying to get their ducks in line ain't that bad...[/I][/color]

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