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Juan Manuel Lopez-Mike Oliver Finalized For 10/1

By Jhonny Gonzalez

BoxingScene.com has been advised that a deal has been reached for a fight between former WBO featherweight champion Juan Manuel Lopez (30-1, 27KOs), and Mike Oliver (25-2, 8KOs), for October 1 at the Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. Lopez is trying to get back to his winning ways after losing his WBO title by way of a technical knockout to Orlando Salido in the seventh round of their April fight. A press conference will take place this week in Puerto Rico to officially announce Lopez-Oliver.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by armindo54 on 08-19-2011

Gamboa... definitely. Mikey Garcia... only in your dreams!!

Comment by Mr. Fantastic on 08-18-2011

[QUOTE=El [email protected]@PR;11002853]I get what your saying, but Juanma has been in a regresing mode ever since he fought Pe;alosa. Dude lost a step in speed, his defense went from decent/average to non-exitant, his game plans are all banging with the…

Comment by FloydTBE on 08-17-2011

finnaly the retunr of juanma

Comment by richardt on 08-17-2011

How can anyone call a man who is in the top 1% of what he does be called a bum? JuanMa is no all-time great superstar but he is no bum.

Comment by richardt on 08-17-2011

I don't see anything wrong with Salido and JuanMa fighting a couple stay busy fights. Yes, Salido did the same thing too so why criticize JuanMa? After this, we will probably get the rematch of Salido vs JuanMa around February/March.

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