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 Last update:  4/9/2011       Read more by Rick Reeno         
   
Cruz vs Honorio Likely For Juanma-Salido Undercard
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by Rick Reeno

Super featherweight Martin Honorio (29-5-1, 15KOs) is the likely replacement to face unbeaten Luis Cruz (17-0, 14KOs) on April 16 at the Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. Honorio would replace the injured Roman "Rocky" Martinez. Cruz-Honorio would be the Showtime televised co-feature to Juan Manuel Lopez's defense of the WBO featherweight title against former champion Orlando Salido.

Tags: Luis Cruz , Martin Honorio , Cruz vs Honorio , Cruz-Honorio



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comment by richardt, on 04-10-2011
PRBOXINGCOTTO is the knucklehead who said Calderon would easily outbox Segura. Why would ANYONE expect him to say that a non PR boxer would win? PRBOXINGCOTTO is a biased idiot with an agenda that is obvious. No ability to be objective since no one ever beats a PR boxer. Yeah right.

comment by Maymoney, on 04-09-2011
Is Cruz vs Honorio an eliminator for Burn's WBO title?

comment by Doctor_Tenma, on 04-09-2011
Would have wanted to see Honorio vs. Martinez, Honorio would have won that IMO. Don't know what to make of this one, gonna have to see more of Cruz.

comment by Gabilan, on 04-09-2011
[QUOTE=Team Vitaminas]none of those dude are close to Honorio.Honorio wont just stand in front of him.[/QUOTE] Of course they aren't. Some of those fights are when his wins were in single digits. He's stepping up right on time. We'll see how he performs.

comment by Gabilan, on 04-09-2011
[QUOTE=QUELOQUE]Honorio is a tough fighter and good boxer, not you average Mexican style, but he can take it there if neceassary. I'd have put money on Honorio outboxing Martinez... I don't know much about Cruz, but if Honorio's in shape, he can take the kid to school. Matter of fact, I wouldn...

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