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 Last update:  1/1/2012       Read more by Ryan Burton         
Eloy Perez To Open Camp For Adrien Broner on Jan. 9
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By Ryan Burton was on hand one of Eloy "The Prince" Perez's (23-0-2) recent workouts. The undefeated fighter faces WBO super featherweight champion Adrien Broner (22-0) on February 25th in St. Louis, MO. The fight will be televised by HBO. Perez's assistant trainer Sam Garcia advised BoxingScene that Perez's official camp will open on January 9th in Oakland, CA. Contender Mike Dallas (17-2) and super bantamweight Ricky Lopez (7-1) will be brought in as sparring partners to help Perez get ready for Broner's speed.

Tags: Adrien Broner , Eloy Perez , Broner-Perez , Broner vs Perez


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comment by richardt, on 01-01-2012
Perez has deceptive power. He doesn't have a lot of KO's but has had some highlight reel KO's. He has been sittting down on his punches in the last couple years and that has produced some serious damage. He is going to be the one backing up Broner but that will give Broner some opportunities ...

comment by Heru, on 01-01-2012
This is an interesting clash of styles... Broner is a strict counter puncher, almost seems as if he dislikes leading. He's a good counter puncher, but he's in trouble as soon as he can't time his opponent often enough. De Leon's footwork and southpaw stance threw his timing off and Broner adjust...

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