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Photos: Orlando Salido Shocks Juanma in Puerto Rico

Ruben Rodriguez Coliseum, Bayamon, Puerto Rico - Orlando Salido (35-11-2, 23KOs) pulled off another shocking upset in our sport, by stopping previously undefeated Juan Manuel Lopez (30-1, 27KOs) in eight rounds to capture the WBO featherweight title. Photos by Jose Perez/PRBBP and Tom Casino/Showtime.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Telepath on 04-18-2011

The stoppage was good. JuanMa was going to get knocked out. There's no question about it. He could have been seriously hurt if the fight was allowed to go on. No, he was not fighting back effectively in any fashion.…

Comment by Dustaine on 04-18-2011

He has been taking too many big punches lately, that can't be good. I'm not sure how much more he can endure before suffering some damage.

Comment by Undefeated on 04-18-2011

Juanma needs this loss. He will either get better or stay the same. We shall see! He lost, but he showed a lot of heart and will. He needs to improve his defense, and as he racked up win by…

Comment by Mr. Fantastic on 04-18-2011

[QUOTE=borikua;10391653]The stoppage was bad imo, Lopez was getting hit but he was fighting back. That's what happens when you go with a cheap ref.[/QUOTE] :rofl: :rofl: That is one major ass funny sig. I can't give green k but I…

Comment by lopez36 on 04-18-2011

[QUOTE=KingOfBox;10391439]Second to last pic was priceless... look at the crowd looking on!!!! lol... Juanma is a great fighter but it looks like one of those cases where a certain person has your number... Since this fight started getting promoted he…

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