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 Last update:  11/23/2011       Read more by Arena Box         
   
Odlanier Solis Comeback Delayed Again, Legal Issues
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A couple of weeks ago promoter Ahmet Oner announced that Cuban Olympic gold medalist and multiple world amateur champion Odlanier Solis would give his comeback from an eight months injury lay-off this Saturday (Nov. 26) as co-feature of the WBC silver welterweight championship between Selcuk Aydin and Jo Jo Dan in Trabzon, Turkey.

Solis and his team were scheduled to leave Miami today but couldnt fly out because of pending legal issues. A court order prohibits "La Sombra" to leave the United States until mid December. "Im very disappointed", said promoter Ahmet Oner who received the bad news this afternoon in Turkey. "From what Im told its not too serious and the whole thing should be settled soon but, of course, it annoys me that my fighter cannot fulfil his obligations and take a fight he has signed for. We all make mistakes and I know what Im talking about but its important that you learn from your mistakes. I hope this is what Solis does as well."

The good news is however that Solis would have been medically cleared and fit to fight only eight months after seriously injuring his knee when challenging Vitali Klitschko back in March. "He was ready to go", adds Oner. "Now well see what we will do. We will probably bring him back early next year when all legal issues have been solved. I am still convinced that Solis is the only heavyweight in the world today who can actually beat both Klitschko brothers. Its too bad he cannot prove that this Saturday in Turkey."




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comment by MJ223, on 11-23-2011
D*mn shame.....

comment by garfios, on 11-23-2011
He should have take good care of himself but like all Cuban HW's he let himself go and paid for it, IDIOT, lets c what happens in the second part of his career, if he learned or not....

comment by ShoulderRoll, on 11-23-2011
[QUOTE=Devdem]Yea, but you are the first to agree when the K2 Haters say "Oh Solis was beating Vitali in Round #1, if he didnt have an injury he wouldve won"[/QUOTE] Well, that's actually what happened. But it doesn't change the fact that Solis is pretty fat.

comment by Devdem, on 11-23-2011
[QUOTE=ShoulderRoll]Yeah, Solis is pretty fat. Which is why it makes me laugh when Klit nuthuggers try to point to him as a quality win.[/QUOTE] Yea, but you are the first to agree when the K2 Haters say "Oh Solis was beating Vitali in Round #1, if he didnt have an injury he wouldve won" S...

comment by Mr.0pal, on 11-23-2011
[QUOTE=MASTERFUL]Vitali video after his 1st round knockout win over Solis [/QUOTE] you can tell that he didn't believe it was a legit ko

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