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 Last update:  12/11/2011       Read more by Miguel Rivera         
   
Segura To Remain in Hospital With a Broken Orbital Bone
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By Miguel Rivera

According to a report on TV Azteca, Mexico's Giovani Segura will remain hospitalized in the Philippines after the eight round technical knockout he suffered on Sunday [Manila time] in his fight with WBO flyweight Brian Viloria. After the fight was over, Segura was taken to a local hospital. During the fight, Segura had very bad swelling on the right side of his face with his eye swelling shut. The boxer's team members report that he suffered a broken orbital bone early in the fight and it affected his performance until the end.

Tags: Giovani Segura , Brian Viloria , Segura-Viloria , Segura vs Viloria


 

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comment by Deeznuts, on 12-22-2011
[QUOTE=Deeznuts]Mexicant's are mad, it's ok guys @ least you have Chavez Jr...LMAO[/QUOTE] LOL, why did they ban me for this comment...weird, what happened to this forum

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comment by balintawak, on 12-12-2011
[QUOTE=DeadLikeMe]I think you guys mean a former US Olympian Hawaiian. But yeah I like Viloria, he and Donaire are some really exciting American fighters. :usa2:[/QUOTE] I agree with you. Sometimes ancestral pride and nationalism gets in the way of the fact both these fighters have been br...

comment by The Ban Stick, on 12-12-2011
If I see ONE MORE reference to nationality whatsoever, everyone involved is gone. I'm not kidding. I had at least 10 complaints about this thread. Everyone else, report the very next instance of this please.

comment by Chups, on 12-12-2011
It was a great fight but that lump is painful to see specially everytime it got hit.........:dead: Archie Solis and Segura........This Pinoy is a pound4pound killer! :fing02:

comment by RIZO24, on 12-12-2011
[QUOTE=sapo1]Get youR facts straight!!! The aztecs Never bowed down beacause they were considered Warriors...and tru Warriors follow a specific code!!! FACT 1 Aztecs belived in the got of ichtell and that if you showed any kind of weakness or surrendered or stopped fighting that you wou...

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