Angulo to retire in May, back with Clemente Medina
By Ryan Burton
BoxingScene.com caught up with former interim super welterweight champion Alfredo Angulo who was present at the SpikeTV Premier Boxing Champions card in Ontario, Calif. Friday evening.
Angulo last fought in September when he lost an unanimous decision to James De La Rosa in Las Vegas.
The loss was the Mexicali, Mexico native's third loss in a row which prompted him to make changes to his corner. Angulo advised BoxingScene.com that he was no longer working with Virgil Hunter and was returning to Clemente Medina who he has had his most success with.
"Virgil was a great coach but I think Clemente is a better fit for me. He knows the Mexican style," said Angulo in reference to his come forward, stalking style that is common amongst Mexican fighters.
He said he is looking to return to the ring in May as a middleweight.
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