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Humberto Soto Knocks Out Adailton De Jesus in Four

By Miguel Rivera

Campo Futbol Colosio in Quintana Roo, Mexico - Former champion Humberto Soto (57-7-2, 34KOs) knocked out Adailton De Jesus (29-7) in the fourth round. Soto picks up his fourth win of 2011, but the competition has been less than stellar. Since leaving Top Rank, and signing with Golden Boy Promotions, and moving up to junior welterweight - Soto has done nothing to move his career forward at age 31.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Hougigo on 11-27-2011

[QUOTE=F l i c k e r;11479659]Maidana needs to man up and fight his mandatory.[/QUOTE] Paul McCloskey?

Comment by Dempsey-Roll on 11-27-2011

i remember this one annoying poster who keeps posting that Pac is ducking Humberto Soto and thats one of the main reasons why he moved up a weight so he can duck him. Hilarious

Comment by F l i c k e r on 11-27-2011

Maidana needs to man up and fight his mandatory.

Comment by Virgil Caine on 11-27-2011

Soto still racking up KOs with his high tech concrete in his fists. Criticize all you like, but there is nothing wrong with fighting 5 times in the space of a year, even if not every single opponent was world-class…

Comment by Camp Beast on 11-27-2011

GBP is ruining his career.

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