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Vanes To Angulo: You're Ready? Then Let's Do It!

By David "Los Gatos" Rosenberg

Junior middleweight contender Vanes Martirosyan was very interested in last night's fight between Alfredo Angulo and Joe Gomez. The WBC recently ordered an eliminator between Martirosyan and Angulo.

The fighter known as El Perro made quick work out of Gomez in his first fight in over a year. The tune up lasted less than a minute. After the fight Angulo's new trainer Nacho Beristain said that he thinks Angulo is now ready for Martirosyan and he is confident the fight will be made. That was music to the fighter of Armenian descent's ears.

"I am very happy that Angulo wants to fight.  I'm happy he wants to fight and is not like the rest of the guys at 154."

Now that both fighter's promoters (Top Rank and Golden Boy) are on speaking  terms the fight has a chance of happening. However, there still are logistical  issues as Angulo is still having visa problems which prevent him from fighting  in U.S.  There is a possiblity the fight will happen in a neutral country.  The  winner of the fight would become Saul "Canelo" Alvarez's mandatory fighter.  

"I think either one of us would KO Canelo so lets do it.  Good job on your fight  (1st round TKO of Joe Gomez). Now lets give the fans what they want to see.  God Bless," said Martirosyan. 

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ELPERRO on 08-22-2011

[QUOTE=theplayerpimp;11022341]Da lo mismo le da por el culo el vanes.[/QUOTE] lol... no no...nos pasamos! did you hear what was on De la hoyas twitter?... He wants Angulo vs Vanes in Mexico, in December. You think Vanes will rank out?

Comment by theplayerpimp on 08-22-2011

[QUOTE=ELPERRO;11022313]O su viejo . . . ayayay![/QUOTE] Da lo mismo le da por el culo el vanes.

Comment by RichardPerez on 08-22-2011

Vanes KOed in less that 3.

Comment by ELPERRO on 08-22-2011

[QUOTE=theplayerpimp;11022286]Es su vieja.[/QUOTE] O su viejo . . . ayayay!

Comment by theplayerpimp on 08-22-2011

[QUOTE=ELPERRO;11022268]He just said he wasn't . . .[/QUOTE] Es su vieja.

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