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Old 01-18-2013, 10:13 PM
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Default Hard not to root for someone Salido vs Garcia

This is a fight that is going to be all fireworks, and on top of that its hard to chose someone to root for.

Both guys just stand up fellas, humble, entertaining to watch.

You want to root for the old timer because he deserves a good payday and the glory that even knocking the latest PR superstar twice hasn't paid off. Awesome dude period.

At the same time, you want to root for the young humble kid because you don't want his growth potential to be stumped. Want him to reach the heights. Him being trained by his dad who trained Robert Garcia who was an awesome fighter in his own right (just a little small) doesn't help.

Can't even root based on nationality as they are both mexicans. Talk about a fight you are dying to see but don't want either guy to lose.
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