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Juanma Breaks Down a Fight With Yuriorkis Gamboa

By Jhonny Gonzalez

WBO featherweight champion Juan Manuel Lopez (30-0, 27KOs) is ready for the challenge of WBA/IBF champ Yuriorkis Gamboa (19-0, 15KOs). Their promoter, Top Rank, is still building a potential fight between the two boxers. They might possibly fight each other in the fall. Lopez will face former champion Orlando Salido on April 16 in Puerto Rico. Gamboa will go up against WBA interim-super featherweight champion Jorge Solis on March 26. If Lopez and Gamboa win, they will likely return in the summer against separate opponents and then it's possible they will meet each other in the fall.

"On the day that we fight, I have no doubt that the first four rounds are going to be tough. He's a good fighter and you have to respect him and he's so quick. But, a lot of people says that I tire after five rounds, but he gets more tired. He runs and doesn't know how to exchange punches," Juanma told Jose Gordian.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by garfios on 02-09-2011

I had never seen Gamboa tired, and he has going 10 or more in a few occasions, I don't know from where do you or Juanma gets that.

Comment by Cubanborn87 on 01-29-2011

[QUOTE=Mr Lucci;10021259]This is a very simple matchup. Very easy to analyze IMO. And it all starts with Gamboa's discipline and composure. He has the skills to outbox , and pick his spots against Juanma. If he can stay calm ,…

Comment by Cubanborn87 on 01-29-2011

boxing scene boris are fokin delusional meng, blowin smoke in the air will only carry you so far. they are the only ones that go around saying that lopez gon win by a 1st round ko wtf if that was…

Comment by CubanGuyNYC on 01-29-2011

[QUOTE=DannYankee09;10025129]ive never seen a fight when the boxer gets told ok you showed enough now let d dogs loose on him and knocks a world championship tittle contender out within 40 seconds of being told that to me made him…

Comment by DannYankee on 01-29-2011

I think its going to be a shock when Gamboa man handles Lopez cant handle pressure and Gamboas deffense its putting punches in your face hes a whole new animal when the fight actually matters and you can see that…

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