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Photos: Orlando Salido Praised By Hermosillo Mayor

By Rafael Soto

The featherweight champion of the World Boxing Organization, Orlando 'Siri' Salido, was honored and praised by the mayor of Hermosillo, Alejandro López Caballero. Last Saturday night at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Salido once again became a world champion when he scored a seventh round knockout of Puerto Rico's Orlando Cruz on the Tim Bradley vs. Juan Manuel Marquez HBO Pay-Per-View event. Salido's record was raised to 40 wins, 28 by knockout with 12 defeats and 5 draws.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by -KULT- on 10-18-2013

[QUOTE=lillu89;13852346]I bet that small gay kid can still kick your ass.[/QUOTE] ............:bottle::bottle:"peeleft:

Comment by lillu89 on 10-18-2013

[QUOTE=-KULT-;13852323]Not impressed... Beatin a small, helpless, gay kid isn't something to be proud of.[/QUOTE] I bet that small gay kid can still kick your ass.

Comment by -KULT- on 10-18-2013

Not impressed... Beatin a small, helpless, gay kid isn't something to be proud of.

Comment by PascualGabriel on 10-18-2013

Salido looks like a sicario

Comment by Levity on 10-17-2013

Does Salido ever not look like he wants to kick someone's ass?

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