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 Last update:  10/10/2013       Read more by Rey Colon         
   
Daniel Santos To Begin His Comeback on December 7
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By Rey Colon

Daniel Santos, the former welterweight and junior middleweight champion, has not fought since losing the latter title by unanimous decision to Yuri Foreman in 2009 in New York. Santos, 38-years-old, is preparing to return to the ring on December 7 on a card being held at the Ruben Rodriguez Coliseum, Bayamon, under the promotion of Anthony Rivera. Santos is an Olympic bronze medalist.

Coming into the fight with Foreman, Santos (32-4-1, 23 KO's) had issues dropping weight and killed himself to make 154-pounds. By the night of the fight he rose by 19-pounds and felt weak during the entire contest. However, the boxer from Bayamon is being given one last chance to return to stardom and is training hard for the December fight.

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comment by lutenco, on 10-11-2013
I liked him and i hope he will make some rumor again!

comment by Bram, on 10-11-2013
Santos was always a very good fighter and really underrated in my opinion. But he was the welterweight version of Guillermo Jones. He'd show up and fight, and usually win, even when you expected him to lose, but then he'd disappear for about two years.

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comment by whitealltrac, on 10-11-2013
Danny is a very good friend of mine and I can assure everyone that he has been very active working out this whole time. If Hopkins and a few other much older boxers can do it he sure can too. War Santos!!

comment by paulf, on 10-11-2013
[quote=basco]way past his expiration date! Stay home champ, don't get seriously hurt for a few bucks![/quote] +1..............

comment by Basco, on 10-10-2013
Way past his expiration date! Stay home champ, don't get seriously hurt for a few bucks!

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