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Photos: Fernando Montiel Bangs Forward in Baja Cali

By Rafael Soto

Former three division champion Fernando “KOchulito” Montiel (46-3, 36 KOs) stopped Álvaro Pérez (21-4-1, 12 KOs) in the third round of a super bantamweight bout at the La Cetto Vineyards in the Guadalupe Valley, Baja California, Mexico. It was Montiel's second bout in the division and he wants a title shot next.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by gopi11 on 08-22-2011

[QUOTE=goblin213;11018175]I would like to see him face the winner of Nishioka-Marquez. Btw did any1 see the fight? How did he look?[/QUOTE] The first round was about even, the commentators gave it to Choculito, no problem; but they also gave him…

Comment by Evil Abed on 08-22-2011

danrafaelespn Dan Rafael [B]Just watched Fernando Montiel's 3rd-rd KO of Alvaro Perez from Sat night. Honestly, he went down from punch that didn't look like it landed.[/B]

Comment by SuckaPunch on 08-21-2011

Just saw the video, I'm sorry but Montiel looked like sh*t in that fight. He was squaring himself too much and his attacks were very reckless. I actually thought he looked good against Donaire (minus the KO of course). But…

Comment by LaMigra on 08-21-2011

[QUOTE=vacon04;11018188][/QUOTE] Montiel can be the best as long as Donaire never fights again.

Comment by Medved on 08-21-2011

What a NAME, Guadalupe! Hey puta come here and suck on my Guadalupe, hey homey, this Guadalupe is talking smack to us, lets Guadalupe him. Hey honey, can you make me some Guadalupe? Guadalupe is my new universal world. Suck…

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