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Thomas Dulorme is Looking To Punish DeMarcus Corley

By Rey Colon

On June 10th in New York, rising Puerto Rican junior welterweight prospect Thomas Dulorme (11-0, 10KOs, will face his most experienced opponent to date - former champion DeMarcus Corley (37-17, 22KOs). The fight will take place at the Roseland Ballroom and ESPN will televise. Dulorme, trained by veteran Jose Bonilla, wants to make an impressive statement on national television. He wants to win the fight by knockout and wants to do everything in his power to prevent Corley from being able to last the distance.

"We are ready for him. I've seen him and I know who he is. He's been champion and he's been in the ring with great champions. He's very good and dangerous but we are prepared to bring victory to Puerto Rico. He had Miguel Cotto in trouble but that won't happen here. We'll be ready for whatever he brings. It's very important to win this fight by knockout," Dulorme said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 05-18-2011

If he beats corley by ko hes ready for big names and can move up a level in opp

Comment by lluisone on 05-18-2011

wow ....... I'm impressed with just 11 wins and will fight Corley??:You_Rock_

Comment by ChampBox@PR on 05-18-2011

Dulorme will chop him off!!!!!! Dulorme is one of the fastes and powerfull WW prospects right now!!!

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