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Juanma-Salido Rematch in August? Team Lopez Pushing

By Rey Colon

Sources close to the situation have advised BoxingScene.com that a rematch between featherweights Orlando Salido and Juan Manuel Lopez is being pursued for an earlier date, with the month of August being the target - and not a date in November or December as originally quoted by Top Rank promoter Bob Arum.

Last Saturday in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, Salido (35-11-2, 23KOs) stopped Lopez at 1:39 of the eight round after referee Roberto Ramirez felt Lopez (30-1, 27 KOs) was taking too much punishment and stepped in.

Salido was hoping to make the first defense of his title on a July date in Sonora, Mexico, but Lopez's people are pushing for a rematch to take place as soon as possible.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by PsYcHoDaD on 04-20-2011

[QUOTE=cubano11;10407732]im all in with you.....[/QUOTE] I counted 6 jaws dropping after that k.o.

Comment by BorderPatrol on 04-20-2011

[QUOTE=lopez36;10405118]he's a [email protected] which makes it even worse[/QUOTE] Says the alien-looking mongol who has a picture of me chillen on some ass... If you send the picture to me, I can sign it for you. To my #1 Fan x…

Comment by cubano11 on 04-20-2011

[quote=prboxingcotto;10402775]juanma getting his belt back that ref screwed his record and hes pissed any takers i will bet all my points juanma wins by ko message me[/quote] im all in with you.....

Comment by CharliesRecords on 04-19-2011

Hahaha love it...Arum now seems desperate to get his superfight between Lopez/Gamboa back on track...F*ck you old man!

Comment by boylaang on 04-19-2011

well lets give hime a chance rematch is best solution if he lost he should shut up

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