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Photos: Kiko Martinez's Career Soars With Romero TKO

Atlantic City, New Jersey - Former European champion Kiko Martinez (29-4, 21 KOs) has bounced back in a big way with an unexpected sixth round TKO of previously undefeated Jhonatan “Momo” Romero (23-1, 12 KOs) to capture the IBF super bantamweight championship. Martinez hurt Romero in the very first round and never stopped punching. After getting Romero in further trouble in the sixth round, he started unloading with both hands until the referee jumped in.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by El Vikingo on 08-18-2013

Wow a spaniard world champ,thats great.Hope the best for my home town kid,bring us Don Nadie....

Comment by Andre Wardttke on 08-18-2013

[QUOTE=PBP;13661127]Rigo was willing to go to Ireland to fight him. If Frampton wants a title shot he can get one.[/QUOTE] Barry McGuigan ain't putting Frampton anywhere near Rigondeaux, home advantage or not

Comment by PBP. on 08-18-2013

[QUOTE=Andre Wardttke;13660756]What's really funny is that Carl Frampton will now be having two IBF eliminators to get a shot at a guy he KO'd in his last fight.[/QUOTE] Rigo was willing to go to Ireland to fight him. If Frampton…

Comment by TaurusJ27 on 08-18-2013

Romero was a punching bag when he was against the ropes.

Comment by SHO_RULEZ on 08-18-2013

Lampley was builing Romero up as toughguy that survived the streets and and getting shot :D. It goes to show that you can shoot guns and have 50 gang members, but you cant bring any of that into the ring…

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