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ShoStats: Salido Doubles Juama in Power, Lands at 40%

WBO featherweight champon Orlando Salido doubled the game Juan Manuel Lopez in power connects, hitting on 40%. Salido finally stopped Lopez in the tenth round of a war in San Juan, Puerto Rico. ShoStats are provided by CompuBox.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by sizzla88 on 03-11-2012

and to think people used to believe that this juanma could compete with gamboa!!

Comment by Heru on 03-11-2012

Salido really damaged Lopez when Juanma started to press the fight in the 8th. Lopez understood that he wasn't winning the fight on the outside and tried to change his strategy. The PR crowd was cheering, but Salido abused him…

Comment by JoelRa79 on 03-11-2012

And the judges still had Lopez ahead.... Smh, this added to juanmas exppressions is an embarrasment to all puertorrican boxing fans....

Comment by vacon04 on 03-11-2012

Salido was going to get robbed, everybody knew that, even Salido himselft. In the post-fight interview with Azteca Tv, Chavez Sr said to Salido that he was happy that he got the KO since he was going to get robbed,…

Comment by Bermuda on 03-11-2012

lol they were going to rob salido....but i'm surprised that salido didn't ko juanma earlier considering the amount of hard shots juanma was taking prior to the start of the 10th round. it was a damn good fight better than…

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