Photos: Scott Quigg, Yoandris Salinas Face To Face
By Elisinio Castillo
Cuba's Yoandris Salinas is ready for the big stage on Saturday night and says he will not be intimidated by the capacity crowd at the O2 Arena in London, England - when he faces popular fighter Scott Quigg for the vacant super bantamweight championship of the World Boxing Association (WBA). Salinas (20-0-1, 13 KOs) vs. Quigg (26-0-1, 19 KOs) will feature a battle of unbeatens. Quigg is seen as a rising star, but he never faced anyone like Salinas - a veteran of more than 300 amateur fights, with a 301-16 record, including four Gold Gloves in Cuba, a bronze medal at the Pan American Games and gold medal at the World Cup.
[QUOTE=Hesh Rabkin;13808074]His amateur record caught my eye, but Shiming is very ordinary. Also from what i have seen of Quigg his chin looks solid to me, what makes you think it is questionable?.[/QUOTE] Shiming is more suited to the amateurs…Comment by Hesh Rabkin on 10-04-2013
[QUOTE=dan_cov;13807750]Salinas is a joy too watch. He holds two wins over Zou Schming and fought Gamboa & Rigondeaux in the AMs. He was a top amateur. He is a decent fighter and IMO he will beat the questionable chinned Quigg.…Comment by D4thincarnation on 10-04-2013
[QUOTE=DosRounds;13807852]Thanks, I like this guy a lot from this video. Nice and slick plus a good jab[/QUOTE] Yeah, he seems like a tricky opponent. Not to convinced about his power, jab needs to be stiffer, good defence though. Quigg left…Comment by D4thincarnation on 10-04-2013
[QUOTE=ladiesman217;13807944]The WBA 122 belt is vacant? Why did Rigo vacate it?[/QUOTE] They probably made him super champ or something like thatComment by ladiesman217 on 10-04-2013
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