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Orlando Cruz-Gamalier Rodriguez in Play For 4/26

By Rey Colon

Former Olympian Orlando 'The Phenomenon' Cruz (20-3-1 and 10 KO's) could be reappearing on April 25 against Gamalier Rodríguez (23-2-3, 16 KO's) in which the latter would be exposing his NABO crown of 126 pounds of the World Boxing Organization.

Cruz, 32, returns from losing by TKO at 1:05 of the seventh round against Orlando 'Siri' Salido last October when the two met for the vacant 126-pound title of the WBO on the Bradley-Marquez undercard in Las Vegas, Nevada .

Rodriguez, 27, retained his NABO crown by stopping Aldimar Silva Santos of Brazil last December at 1:29 of the eighth round on a card staged by Miguel Cotto Promotions.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Elinmortal on 02-04-2014

[QUOTE=LaCobraMexicana;14201673]Orlando cruz the pride of puerto rico!! i wonder hoy many dicks i have to suck to be as gay like Ricky martin or Orlando cruz?[/QUOTE] ill get in line ***"peeleft:

Comment by baya on 02-03-2014

[QUOTE=LaCobraMexicana;14201673]Orlando cruz the pride of puerto rico!! i wonder hoy many dicks i have to suck to be as gay like Ricky martin or Orlando cruz?[/QUOTE] start now, keep a running ledger and we'll let you know, boss. now, get…

Comment by Box-Office on 02-03-2014

its always a risk for anyone fighting Cruz depends on which way you wanna TAKE it :D

Comment by lopez36 on 02-03-2014

I guess it was a good idea for him to come out bcuz now he gets all the attention he never got before,now all of a sudden his fights r talked about before nobody cared,good idea letting everybody know he…

Comment by sugarsmosley_ on 02-03-2014

He's recovered from the pounding

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