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Hector Camacho Shot in Puerto Rico, Critical Condition

By Jhonny Gonzalez

According to multiple sources in Puerto Rico, former champion Hector "Macho" Camacho was shot in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. At around 7PM, a passing vehicle opened fire on a vehicle where Camacho was situated in the passenger's seat. The driver was reportedly killed while Camacho suffered gunshot wounds to the neck and face. The boxer was taken to San Pablo Hospital in Bayamón. He is currently listed in critical condition, but he is expected to pull through. Camacho has not fought since May 2010. There is no information on what led to the incident.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by mikeMack on 11-21-2012

Was hector living a life where this shooting was bound to happen? Or was Hector just an innocent victim of a random drive by assassination attempt on the road by bad luck? something smells fishy here.

Comment by _original_ on 11-21-2012

Tragic news, sad thing is we're use to hearing about stuff like this in boxing too often.

Comment by turnedup on 11-21-2012

You always do hope that these troubled celebrities can find some peace in their older years. Prayers to him and his family..Machito Way will be full of candles and flowers tomorrow regardless of the outcome.

Comment by merker on 11-21-2012

WOw. I hope he pulls through this. Spanish Harlem's own.

Comment by bigsmoothh on 11-21-2012

damn thats crazy,

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