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Jorge Linares Eyes a Possible Ring Return in Panama

By Marcelino Castillo, notifight.com

Venezuelan former world champion Jorge "El Niño de Oro" Linares (31-3, 20KOs) is considering a potential ring return in Panama. At the WBA's recent "KO TO DRUGS" event, Linares expressed his desire to fight in the country. Linares has dropped his last two fights, both by knockout. He was stopped by Antonio DeMarco in eleven rounds last October, and then he was stopped in two rounds by Sergio Thompson in a March lightweight eliminator.  Linares has already fought twice in Panama, with the last time being in 2008.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by microMXL on 05-03-2012

[QUOTE=fceeviper;12073113]Linares career is going to be fine, as long as he just STOP FIGHTING MEXICANS! :D[/QUOTE] yeah, no more mexicans for him

Comment by fceeviper on 05-03-2012

Linares career is going to be fine, as long as he just STOP FIGHTING MEXICANS! :D

Comment by rzagza on 05-03-2012

Christ, this guy needs to make a move to soccer. His face isnt cut out for this sport.

Comment by 4Corners on 05-03-2012

I still have faith. Not as strong of a believer as before oviously, but still a fan of Jorge's.

Comment by Blue Mercury on 05-02-2012

[QUOTE=tupapa;12071713]He just needs to stay away from mexcan fighters.:boxing:[/QUOTE] AHAHAAHHAHHA :headbang::headbang:

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