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Salido vs Juanma Rematch Could Land in Las Vegas

By Rey Colon

The rematch between WBO featherweight champion Orlando Salido and former belt-holder Juan Manuel Lopez could end up in September when they celebrate Independence Day in Mexico. It is expected that in the coming weeks Orlando Pinero, manager of Juanma, will reach some form of an agreement on his part and they will inform the public. Salido stopped Lopez in April to capture the title in a big upset in Puerto Rico.

"We are working on that and the date is uncertain. We are trying to make in Puerto Rico but September is when we celebrate the Independence of Mexico and that could be a very attractive fight for Top Rank to make in Las Vegas. This is a business and there is still no date," said Pedro Hernandez Alvarado, a lawyer for Orlando Piñero.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Big Op on 06-06-2011

ARUM WILL ISSUE A POLICE REPORT regarding juanma's rape after the fight

Comment by xcaret v4 on 06-06-2011

Salido will make juanma take the knee he was gonna take the first time.

Comment by ny123 on 06-06-2011

[QUOTE=General24;10655603]Can someone tell me how Juan MAnuel Lopez is going to beat Salido because I do not see it.. Salido has a great chin and hits hard as fukk!! Salido will crack that chin again and dismantle JUan Ma far…

Comment by RIZO24 on 06-06-2011

Can someone tell me how Juan MAnuel Lopez is going to beat Salido because I do not see it.. Salido has a great chin and hits hard as fukk!! Salido will crack that chin again and dismantle JUan Ma far…

Comment by ny123 on 06-06-2011

Good for Salido that this fight will be held in Vegas and not NY or Pr because as the winner of the first fight he earned that. Lets see if Juanma can adjust his tactics for this fight because if…

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