Cano Promises a Strong Return After Mosley Defeat

By Miguel Rivera

Junior welterweight contender Pablo Cesar Cano (26-3-1, 20KOs) hs promised to return even stronger after losing a twelve round decision to former three division world champion "Sugar" Shane Mosley on Saturday night in Cancun. Cano has fought most of his career at 140-pounds and lower, but his last two contest took place at the welterweight limit.

"I lost, but I will still return in good fights. I'm not ashamed, I lost to one of the best in the world, and now I have to keep working," Cano said.

Mosley praised his 23-year-old opponent.

"He was a great opponent He punches very hard, but more than that he's a warrior. He has a great future, but I think it takes more [more than he has right now] to beat [me]. A few times I was looking to knock him out, but he was tough," Mosley said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by bballchump11 on 05-21-2013

[QUOTE=PopPopPop;13399309]It looked to me that mosley was back on roids but Cano is nothing special and for 23 year old his body should be at least defined not just soft all around.[/QUOTE] Mosley wasn't on anything. Cano is just tailormade…

Comment by bballchump11 on 05-21-2013

I wish the kid good luck. I hope he can get a few easy touches in his next few fights and still get a big shot in the future

Comment by TGD on 05-21-2013

It's a long way back after losing to Shot Shane Mosley.

Comment by SaldanaCC on 05-21-2013

U lost to one of the best at one time not now buddy dont kid urself mosely is waaaayyyy past his prime nobody cares what u do from here on out cano!

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