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 Last update:  1/31/2013       Read more by Miguel Rivera         
   
Ortiz's Trainer: We Will Retire Humberto Soto
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By Miguel Rivera

The trainer of Silverio Ortiz (26-13, 12KOs) is so confident that his boxer will beat former champion Humberto Soto (59-8-2, 34KOs) that he's willing to place a wager on the fight. Ortiz will take on Soto on February 9th at Arena Itson in Sonora for the vacant WBC silver junior welterweight championship. Prestigious coach Margarito "Magallo" Lozada predicts Soto will retire after the match. Ortiz has not lost in several years but usually failed when matched against top competition like David Diaz, Marcos Maidana and Herman Ngoudjo.

"After his defeat to Silverio, Soto is going to be another fighter to retire with dignity. He won't be able to use his fame to make two or three fights against easy opponents, because he will be dismissed from the big leagues and become a thing of past. He won't know what hit him. I do not know if it is permitted but I want to bet that my boy will earn the victory," Lozada said.

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comment by -Kev-, on 02-01-2013
Soto will now fight 15-20 cab drivers, then steps up against a legit opponent and loses. It's what happened with Kelley, Guzman and Matthysse.

comment by ElPerroBigoton, on 02-01-2013
[QUOTE=MJ223]Reading the title..... I thought Vic-Soto[/QUOTE] That's the only reason I clicked on it, I wanted to see who was training Vic.

Amir Khan has this belt
comment by Pakipower, on 02-01-2013
[QUOTE=jdubb863]For the vacant WBC jr welterweight title?? Does that mean if Soto wins hes next for the guy that beat his ass (interim champ) matthysse? Or (full champ) Danny garcia??... lol this **** is ridicolous![/QUOTE] How is this possible? Amir Khan has the WBC super lightweight/jr. welt...

comment by swinepig, on 02-01-2013
[QUOTE=Aztec Wanker]I'm rooting for Ortiz via superior Aztec Wanker name. Viva SILVERIO! :headbang:[/QUOTE] margarito is a catchweight king and packing smoked him and broke his head

comment by AztecWanker, on 02-01-2013
I'm rooting for Ortiz via superior Aztec Wanker name. Viva SILVERIO! :headbang:

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