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 Last update:  3/17/2014       Read more by Miguel Rivera         
Juanma Eyes Jorge Arce Bout, Orlando Salido Trilogy
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By Miguel Rivera

Former super bantamweight/featherweight champion Juan Manuel "Juanma" Lopez (34-3, 31KOs) is evaluating his options after stopping Daniel Ponce De Leon in two rounds this past Saturday in Bayamon.

If Juanma had a choice, he would like to fight former four division champion Jorge Arce (63-7-2, 48KOs) of Mexico. Arce returned to boxing in 2013 and vowed to win another championship. He also called out Juanma in several recent interviews.

Beyond Arce, Juanma would like to have a trilogy fight with Orlando Salido, who handed Juanma two of his three career defeats. Their battles were absolute wars.

"Right now we do not have a clear picture [of the future], but in my opinion my next opponent should be Jorge 'Travieso' Arce. That's what I think, but it is something to discuss with my management team headed by promoter Peter Rivera. If I had to choose right now, I would do the fight with Arce and then a third with Salido. But [the fights] would have to be at 130 pounds," Juanma told Carlos Narvaez.

Tags: Juan Manuel Lopez , Jorge Arce , Orlando Salido


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comment by Ringlife, on 03-18-2014
I didn't get to see the fight against De Leon but I heard about it at work yesterday I would to see Arce vs JuanMa next.

comment by PR ESQ., on 03-18-2014
glad to see Juanma get a little life line for some more paydays...Siri is a resoundlingly silly idea and Arce is just too small but his heart makes up for what otherwise could be a nice bout. Plus if he sparks Arce then Papito v. Juanma can finally go down which will draw really well on the island.

comment by NELSONMELENDEZ2, on 03-18-2014
Someone us feeding Juanma this crap, cause obviously hes faded. Juanma will kill Arce in a fight nobody wants to see. It will be the fight that comes on before fans are let in the door. However he can fight Salido and then call it a career. He had his 15 minutes of fame. Poor Juanma is begging fo...

comment by Chaconlittlered, on 03-18-2014
hahahahah i bet juanma would try to bring the fight to puerto rico or new york no mames wey arce wont got to puerto rico and salido beat his azz his pr twice juanma cant win if he dont have home advantge

comment by BOXING-SCRIBE, on 03-18-2014
Juanma hands down one of the funnest fighters in the game..quit hating on the he elite?fack no..he is great?could have he fun to watch?hell yea!!I like the guy never had a problem with the guy,in fact I hope he wins a title at 130 and 135..and honestly it is possible...i say put...

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