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Photos: Yuriorkis Gamboa Batters Solis Mega Gallery

Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City - WBA featherweight champion Yuriorkis Gamboa (20-0, 16KOs) demolished former champion Jorge Solis (40-3, 29KOs) in four rounds. It was the first knockout loss for Solis since a TKO defeat to Manny Pacquiao. Gamboa lost his IBF title on the scale after failing to make weight for the IBF's secondary weigh-in which requires the boxer to remain within ten pounds of the division limit. Photos by Ed Mulholland.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Dustaine on 03-27-2011

[QUOTE=right hand jab;10291612]Poor professionalism that Gamboa didn't make the weight.[/QUOTE] You took a while to breathe when you were born, right?

Comment by hvirk on 03-27-2011

gamboa needs to stay at 126, he talked about moving up to 130.... but gamboa's not got the physique to move up the weights.... he's small and stocky at feather... he'll only lose speed as he moves up... guys like…

Comment by fallen9182 on 03-27-2011

[QUOTE=right hand jab;10291612]Poor professionalism that Gamboa didn't make the weight.[/QUOTE] Gamboa made weight...

Comment by right hand jab on 03-27-2011

Poor professionalism that Gamboa didn't make the weight.

Comment by Dustaine on 03-27-2011

[QUOTE=PRBOXINGCOTTO;10291221]Gamboa looked good but solis was out of his league lopez still is the best at 126 and will ko gamboa forget the john fight gamboa and fight lopez so he can ko u easy[/QUOTE] Live on illusions and die…

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