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Sergio Martinez To Spar With Santos, Austin Trout, Cayo

By Rick Reeno

WBC Emeritus middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (46-2, 25KOs) is taking no shortcuts in preparing for his upcoming fight with undefeated WBO 154-pound champion Sergei Dzinziruk (37-0, 23KOs). The fight is scheduled for March 12 at Foxwoods Resort and Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut.

BoxingScene.com was advised that Martinez is bringing in the best sparring partners he could find, including newly crowned WBA "regular' junior middleweight champion Austin Trout, top-rated junior welterweight Victor Cayo and former champion Daniel Santos of Puerto Rico.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by lutenco on 02-20-2011

DANIEL SANTOS needs to work hard,he will do very good in middleweight division if he wants to continue to do the things in right way!

Comment by Tomasio on 02-19-2011

[B][I]That's some really good sparring.. Santos already fought Dzinziruk & could give Martinez some tips on his style & Cayo has the same style as Martinez(they both have the same trainer--> Gabriel Sarmiento) but from a orthodox stance & since…

Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 02-19-2011

Why cayo hes small but has a good boxing style santos will give martinez better sparring tall with power and alot of experience he can help martinez and clockwise

Comment by Canelo Phresh on 02-19-2011

santos is finally getting some work

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