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Juan Manuel Lopez vs. Abner Cotto To Be Entertained?

By Giancarlo "Mr. Boxing" Oquendo/ @MRBOXING1
 
As we've heard, there is a genuine interest in making a match between two-time world champion Juan Manuel "Juanma" López (34-3, 31KOs) and fellow Puerto Rican, Abner Cotto (17-2, 8KOs).
 
Cotto belongs to Golden Boy Promotions while Lopez is currently a free agent with PR Best Boxing, who now are doing business with Golden Boy.
 
Lopez, in his last fight, knocked out Daniel Ponce De Leon while Cotto is coming off a unanimous decision loss in a tough battle against Francisco Vargas.
 
"Juanma"  might be entertained to do this fight before a potential fight with Jorge Arce in late 2014 in Puerto Rico or Mexico.
 
"I've always said that I do not choose opponents for [that is the decision of] my promoter and manager," expressed Lopez to Mr.Boxing.
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Sugar Adam Ali on 03-28-2014

War JUANMA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! One of my favorites over the past 7 or 8 years to watch.... Has seen better days but is always entertaining...

Comment by Boxingscener on 03-28-2014

they can't be serious with this fight lol abner cotto should just retire. he sucks bad!!! first figuroa killed him then he lost to fransico vargas and now juanma lopez? plz they're trying to kill this kid lol.

Comment by JJRod on 03-28-2014

Just make the bloody fight with WV2 already. Chances are Juanma destroys him inside 6 rounds and finally shuts him up.

Comment by cotto#1p4p on 03-28-2014

Sniper Pedraza's team just came out and said they're also willing to fight Juanma.

Comment by ny123 on 03-28-2014

Juanma destroys Abner Cotto. **** fight.

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