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Photos: Vazquez Jr. Helps a Homeless Man Get a Home

WBO Super Bantamweight Champion Wilfredo Vázquez Jr., recently, helped a homeless man in his town of Bayamon to get a house and gave him furniture for the home. Photos by Mario Vayas/All Star Boxing

Vázquez Jr. (20-0-1, 17 KOs), who will defend his crown next May 7th in Las Vegas against dangerous former three time champion Jorge "Travieso" Arce (56-6-2, 43 KOs), joined businessman Jorge Hernandez (owner of La Hoguera), to help Jose Antonio Resto Adorno, who for the last three years was sleeping in a car.

“Always, we try to help people in different ways, and always if we can do it, we do it", Vazquez Jr said.

Vazquez Jr., Hernández, and some people organized a fundraiser in Bayamon, get Resto Adorno an apartment in the Sierra Linda, Bayamon area and bought the furniture and electronic appliances to the grateful man.

“Now, efforts are being made to find a job for Resto Adorno", promoter Felix "Tutico" Zabala said. 

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Abraham Reyes on 04-20-2011

[QUOTE=Cubanborn87;10411173]is it just me or every time wilfredo does something for the community that shyt is more covered than a presidential speech. come on son!!!!!!!!!! War Rigondeaux!!!!!!! Rigo puts fear in wilfreditos heart[/QUOTE] get your marielito boat-lift head out of…

Comment by FloydTBE on 04-20-2011

he defo does do hisn part in the community

Comment by DeelDough on 04-20-2011

[QUOTE=Cubanborn87;10411173][B]is it just me[/B] or every time wilfredo does something for the community that shyt is more covered than a presidential speech. come on son!!!!!!!!!! War Rigondeaux!!!!!!! Rigo puts fear in wilfreditos heart[/QUOTE] ..................

Comment by Cubanborn87 on 04-20-2011

is it just me or every time wilfredo does something for the community that shyt is more covered than a presidential speech. come on son!!!!!!!!!! War Rigondeaux!!!!!!! Rigo puts fear in wilfreditos heart

Comment by UglyPug on 04-20-2011

man that;s whats up . . . pugs giving back . . . notwithstanding his altruism and kindness, he still has to prove he belongs on the world class level. in time, in time . . .

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