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Thomas Dulorme Eyes January Return in New York

By Giancarlo "Mr. Boxing" Oquendo

Puerto Rican prospect Thomas Dulorme (16-1-12 KO's), who is coming off an October TKO loss against Luis Carlos Abregu, may be returning to the ring during the month of January in New York. Dulorme does not know the exact opponent but he expects to know soon.

Dulorme expressed that is still recovering from his first loss as a professional although he is training. There will be no changes to his style or his team, but he still plans to drop down to junior welterweight.

"I will not make any changes, everything will remain the same. I'm only coming down to 140 for my next fight," said Dulorme to BoxingScene.com/Mrboxingtab.com.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ddangerous on 11-26-2012

Dulorme has some real skills. He's just green. He'll make another splash.

Comment by MiguelDirrell25 on 11-26-2012

I hope he got that eyes rolling i the back of his head after taking a punch thing fixed

Comment by ny123 on 11-26-2012

Are they talking about the card on the 19th at msg theatre? So far that already has Salido Garcia, Golovkin vs tba(probably Rosado), and possibly Juanma's return.

Comment by perfect jet on 11-26-2012

if he is serious about dropping down a division, best to do it now whilst he is still young. he always said he could make 140 quite comfortably.

Comment by Evil Abed on 11-26-2012

The loss could make him better. Hopefully he learned from his mistakes.

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