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 Last update:  10/1/2011       Read more by Rey Colon         
   
Roman Martinez: A Few More Fights Before Brandon Rios
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By Rey Colon

The former super featherweight champion of the WBO, Roman "Rocky" Martinez (28-0-1, 21KOs), who returns after a year-long layoff on Saturday night in Puerto Rico, doesn't expect to face WBA lightweight champion Brandon Rios on December 3rd, as part of the Miguel Cotto-Antonio Margarito undercard. Martinez has no problem making 130-pounds. He would require a few fights at 135 to get adjusted to the weight, then take a fight with Rios.

"Of course I'll be stronger at that weight. I would have to meet with them [Top Rank] to know what their plans are [for me]. Right now I'm a natural 130-pounder. Rios is a very strong fighter and I would need a great preparation, at least several months to fight a guy of that caliber. Also, I would have to do a few fights at 135 to acclimatise to that weight," explained Martinez.

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comment by mcotto1014, on 10-01-2011
Rocky vs Luis Cruz then the winner should face Rios. I think that would be an amazing way to go about it. I slightly favor Rios over the two of them but I think with the power that all three possess would make for an amazing event.

comment by lopez36, on 10-01-2011
[QUOTE=PRBOXINGCOTTO]Good **** rocky hes smart he knows arum would just try to sell tickets rocky needs to get back on track then fight rios he can beat rios hes more physically built and has a chin along with power[/QUOTE] and i guess rios doesn't have a chin? and doesn't have power?..lol...w...

comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO, on 10-01-2011
Good **** rocky hes smart he knows arum would just try to sell tickets rocky needs to get back on track then fight rios he can beat rios hes more physically built and has a chin along with power

comment by TX_BOXNG, on 10-01-2011
Yep hes right hes not ready, idk why they dont instead talk about a showdown between him n juanma at 130 it would be a good fight, or he should challenge broner

comment by Tha_Greatest, on 10-01-2011
[quote=BIGPOPPAPUMP]The former super featherweight champion of the WBO, Roman "Rocky" Martinez (28-0-1, 21KOs), who returns after a year-long layoff on Saturday night in Puerto Rico, doesn't expect to face WBA lightweight champion Brandon Rios on December 3rd, as part of the Miguel Cotto-Antonio ...

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