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Photos: Mendez Gets Revenge With Drilling Salgado KO

By Reynaldo Sanchez

At "The Hangar" in Costa Mesa, California - Argenis Mendez (21-2, 11 KOs) made good on the opportunity to get revenge with a thrilling second round knockout of Juan Carlos Salgado (26-2-1, 16 KOs) to capture the IBF super featherweight championship. Mendez dropped Salgado in the first with a hard right and then drilled him hard with a left in the fourth for a big knockout win. Salgado won a controversial twelve round decision over Mendez in 2011.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by BattleAxePurist on 03-10-2013

Mendez looked superb showed aggression and countered when the opportunity opened up. Uchiyama is not even an option WBO seems to be getting a foothold in Japan but don't expect IBF anytime soon, Gamboa/50 will pretend Mendez doesn't exist

Comment by S. Saddler 1310 on 03-10-2013

this is a great pic, [img]http://www.boxingscene.com/uploads/63211/mendez-salgado-rematch%20(5).JPG[/img] shame it's only one man and his dog there. :lol1:

Comment by Doctor_Tenma on 03-10-2013

[QUOTE=Cubanborn87;13130360]wow absolutely sick ko[/QUOTE] Oi he also called out Gamboa, if Gamboa isn't dead set on fighting at 135, we got some pretty interesting fights at 130, a division that's been dead for a really long time.

Comment by Cubanborn87 on 03-10-2013

wow absolutely sick ko

Comment by Doctor_Tenma on 03-10-2013

Sick sick knock out. Now lets make Uchiyama-Mendez next :boxing: [IMG]http://imgboot.com/images/Arculan/juancarlossalgadovs.gif[/IMG]

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