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Erik Morales-Humberto Soto is Dead in The Water

By Salvador Rodriguez

The fight between former four-division world champion Erik Morales (52-9, 36KOs), and former three division champion Humberto Soto (61-8-2, 34KOs), is dead in the water. According to Soto's manager Antonio Lozada, the two sides were simply unable to reach an agreement. There were multiple discussions for Soto and Morales to collide at the end of the year, but now Soto is going to return on a date in December against an opponent to be determined. Soto is highly ranked under the WBC at 140-pounds and wants a shot at the title in the near future. 

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Adamjr91 on 10-04-2013

Humberto Soto needs to fight Jesus Soto Karass!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It would be such a war:boxing::boxing::boxing:

Comment by layton on 10-04-2013

[QUOTE=Boskop;13807591]Morales realised only now Soto has a win over Pacquiao after he got pummeled by him himself[/QUOTE] someone uses boxrec too much, oh.... and cant even be bothered to read properly ;)

Comment by MDPopescu on 10-04-2013

[QUOTE=Boskop;13807591]Morales realised only now Soto has a win over Pacquiao ...[/QUOTE] By "Pacquiao" I trust you mean "Bobby Pacquiao" -- because Soto defeated precisely Bobby Pacquiao...

Comment by Boskop on 10-04-2013

Morales realised only now Soto has a win over Pacquiao after he got pummeled by him himself

Comment by Sosay on 10-04-2013

If Marquez loses to Bradley. I would love to see a retirement tour, throw in Marquez, Morales, Soto, and Zab (Hatton if willing). And let them all fight each other once. That's 3 or 4 fights if Hattons involved. I…

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