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Ricardo Mayorga Back in Camp, Eyes Fall Comeback

By Pablo Fletes, notifight.com

Former two division champion Ricardo Mayorga (29-8, 23KOs) is back in the gym. He resumed his training at the Alexis Arguello Gym in Managua. The unpredictable boxing is looking for a return bout in the fall, which may occur in August or September. Back in March, Mayorga, 37-years-old, challenged Miguel Cotto for the WBA 154-pound title. After putting up a gusty effort, he was stopped in the tweflth round. Mayorga did some light work in the gym, and then went to a military hospital to get a medical checkup on the left hand that he injured in the bout with Cotto.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ELPERRO on 05-20-2011

[QUOTE=newcastleking;10570662]fight Angulo and get knocked out! bunch of b.s. politics against angulo because he wanted a little money for a huuuge fight against a p4p champ! hell waste any man exept maybe martinez. but mexicans have been upsetting folks lately…

Comment by ELPERRO on 05-20-2011

I wouldn't want to see mayorga against any big name...He can beat a Journeymen cuz that's what he is. He's just an entertaining one. Ricardo loses against any top 10 154-160. His PPV days are waaaay behind him.

Comment by newcastleking on 05-20-2011

fight Angulo and get knocked out! bunch of b.s. politics against angulo because he wanted a little money for a huuuge fight against a p4p champ! hell waste any man exept maybe martinez. but mexicans have been upsetting folks lately…

Comment by rey guey on 05-19-2011

[QUOTE=quique24;10566624]Your an idiot.. he fought hard for 12 rounds then got caught with a nasty left hook.[/QUOTE] I didn't know getting caught with a left hook caused a hand injury??no, what i think you meant to say is that Mayorga…

Comment by Corelone on 05-19-2011

He's training harder now than he did when he was on top. Too bad.

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