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Daniel Santos Plotting His Comeback For Early 2013

By Rey Colon

Daniel Santos (32-4-1, 23KOs), a former world welterweight and junior middleweight champions, has been inactive since losing his 154-pound title to Yuri Foreman in 2009. Santos, 37, is considering a return to the ring in early 2013, according to source with knowledge of the details.

"The man is in great shape and has been training for the past month at Olympic Village in Bayamón. This is perhaps his last chance and he must be prepared. And if everything goes well, as expected, he should be fighting for a title, at middleweight, sometime next year. You know that Santos' career has had its ups and downs because he is an awkward southpaw and has also faced management problems but I think there is enough fuel for him to become a world champion again."

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Ray* on 12-25-2012

I didn't know he's still around..

Comment by controlmachete on 12-25-2012

[QUOTE=ELHURACAN58;12854232]Good to see Margarito's daddy thinking about returning to the ring, though at 37 I doubt he will do anything.[/QUOTE] it was sweet looking at that dirty piece of **** being beaten by a featherfisted yuri foreman, rican boxing must…

Comment by daggum on 12-25-2012

[QUOTE=ELHURACAN58;12854232][B]Good to see Margarito's daddy thinking about returning[/B] to the ring, though at 37 I doubt he will do anything.[/QUOTE] more like those judges are margarito's daddies because he clearly won.

Comment by lutenco on 12-25-2012

DANIEL has had a very good carrer indeed and if he is in shape he can be world champ again;FOREMAN beat him because SANTOS' inactivity and bad shape made the difference;SANTOS vs K9 can be a really tough fight and…

Comment by ShoulderRoll on 12-25-2012

[QUOTE=ELHURACAN58;12854232]Good to see Margarito's daddy thinking about returning to the ring, [/QUOTE] :lol1: How funny is it that he might have more of a career now than Cheato?

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