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Jose Reynoso Withdraws From Thomas Dulorme Clash

Hot Puerto Rican prospect, Thomas Dulorme (13-0, 10 KOs), was scheduled to face Jose Reynoso (15-3-1, 2KOs) on ShoBox February 17, but will have to find another opponent due to a hip injury suffered by Reynoso while training in California.

Charlie Perez, manager of Reynoso, informed Gary Shaw that Jose was taken to the emergency room where his hip was popped back into place after the doctor told him that he had a hip contusion.  Reynoso left the hospital in crutches.

Gary Shaw went on to say, "It's unfortunate that Reynoso will have to pull out of this fight.  I know it must have been a serious injury for him to do so.  My team is diligently looking for an opponent to step in.  Right now we have a few names that we're looking at.  An announcement will be made shortly."

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Onekrazyrican on 02-07-2012

[QUOTE=El [email protected]@PR;11756410]thats such Bs, He probably heard the ass whopping Dulorme put on Maidana during sparring and said fvck that I aint fighting that dude!![/QUOTE] I heard Dulorme had some good moments early but when Maidana started coming on Dulorme…

Comment by TX_BOXNG on 02-07-2012

Dulorme is a beast

Comment by AP♠ on 02-07-2012

I had a feeling somethng like this was gonna happen.

Comment by [email protected] on 02-07-2012

thats such Bs, He probably heard the ass whopping Dulorme put on Maidana during sparring and said fvck that I aint fighting that dude!!

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