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Juanma's Manager Suspended Due To Salido-Post Mess

By Rey Colon

Following the conclusion of an administrative hearing, Orlando Piñero, manager of former WBO featherweight champion Juan Manuel López, was suspended over his alleged role in the April 16th post-fight riot, which followed the main event at the Ruben Rodriguez Coliseum in Bayamon. Pinero's boxer, Lopez, lost his undefeated reacord and his belt to Mexico's Orlando Salido, who won the fight technical knockout at 1:39 of the eighth round, which caused an outcry in the ring that generated in a riot.

BoxingScene.com/Sport Press had anticipated the possibility that the Puerto Rico Boxing Commission would take action because of the serious nature of the case where even the mayor of Guaynabo, Hector O'Neill, received a head wound as a result of an object striking him.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Cuauhtémoc1520 on 05-05-2011

[QUOTE=PRBOXINGCOTTO;10480265]How about they fire that stupid ref who cheated lopez of his belt[/QUOTE] :dunce: Come on man, I understand people were pissed because of the stoppage but in reality JunMa was getting beat on. What the ref did was save…

Comment by oc9979 on 05-05-2011

[QUOTE=RJFO;10480840]Yo, Rey Colon, why haven't you reported that Bob Arum is planning to send Cotto to 160 pounds to fight Chavez Jr.? [url]http://www.elnuevodia.com/entrachavez;salemargarito-958000.html[/url][/QUOTE] I read it yesterday. Margarito is still suspended in Texas. So the fight is not happening,

Comment by Rikanlynx86 on 05-05-2011

[QUOTE=jisananimal;10480401]yea seriously....what fight were u watching bro...jus gotta give props 2 Salido...went into the champs hometown and whopped his ass!!!! MAD RESPECT 4 THAT!!![/QUOTE] Typical PRBoxingCotto making us ricans look like complete morons...

Comment by millcitymauler on 05-05-2011

Judging how emotionally unstable some of the Puerto Rican posters are on this sight, this doesn't suprise me one bit.

Comment by BuckToothed on 05-05-2011

[QUOTE=Ray*;10480302][B]Did he start the riot or something? This seem like a quick trial and judgement.[/B][/QUOTE] Sounds like a fallguy/scapegoat for having PR's "prestige" prizefighter in Juanma for losing to a mexican.

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