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Photos: Del Valle, Dulorme, Pedraza at PR Day Parade

New York, United States - Members of the boxing team, Team Puerto Rico, participated in the Puerto Rican Day Parade in New York. At the stop were present, the NABA champion of the WBA at 147, Thomas Dulorme (12-0, 10KO's), José "Sniper" Pedraza (3-0, 3KO's), NABA champion of the World Association Boxing at 126, Luis "Orlandito" Del Valle (13 to 0.10 KO's) and Kenny "Battlestar" Galarza (15-1, 14KO's)

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Onekrazyrican on 06-13-2011

Luis Del Valle vs Luis "El Artesano" Cruz for PR's under 19 national title

Comment by Onekrazyrican on 06-13-2011

I so glad Del Valle finally got a shot at the spotlight. The kid has been a crowd pleaser since his amateur days but has been flying under the radar during his pro career not getting much attention from the…

Comment by Slyboots on 06-13-2011

Look at all those beautifully plucked eyebrows. :D

Comment by richardt on 06-13-2011

Galarza may look like Cotto in the face but he is mediocre and got a gift decision over Irving Garcia who beat the crap out of him. Del Valle and Gonzalez look to be the goods, especially considering their age.

Comment by el malo on 06-13-2011

[QUOTE=PRBOXINGCOTTO;10687894]he reminds me of the old school fighters from the 60s he got speed and stamina and a chin he just keeps coming never slowing down dulorme is a great technician he fights like a veteran at such a young…

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