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Photos: Orlando Salido Pounds, Knocks Cruz Out

LAS VEGAS - Orlando Cruz lost his bid for a piece of the featherweight title Saturday night, getting stopped in the seventh round by veteran Orlando Salido. Cruz, the first openly gay active fighter, was outclassed much of the fight by Salido, who landed the heavier punches throughout before knocking Cruz down with a right hand to the head in the seventh. Cruz was on his knees and couldn't get up as he was counted out at 1:05 of the round. Salido, who lost the 126-pound title in his last fight, won it back with an impressive performance against Cruz, a former Olympian from Puerto Rico who last year came out as gay. He took the fight to Cruz and was ahead 59-55 on two scorecards and 58-56 on a third going into the seventh round.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by controlmachete on 10-24-2013

[QUOTE=BEDROOM BULLY;13839373]Was the bit about Cruz being on his knees also on purpose? i am 50/50 on that bit :lol1: [B]I don't have a problem with gays really.. but the way Cruz was going about shouting it from the rooftops..…

Comment by BEDROOM BULLY on 10-13-2013

[QUOTE=johnm is...;13838522]Haha. You know damn well the writer did that on purpose, lol.[/QUOTE] Was the bit about Cruz being on his knees also on purpose? i am 50/50 on that bit :lol1: I don't have a problem with gays really..…

Comment by controlmachete on 10-13-2013

Cruz boyfriend just dumped the guy... No more wedding, the fairy tale is over.. No worries orlandito, half the ricans in BS are available and willing... :wave:

Comment by Elinmortal on 10-13-2013

salido is the greatest gatekeeper ever!

Comment by TaurusJ27 on 10-13-2013

Ms Cruz announce her retirement yet?

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