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Orlando Cruz Starts Camp, Eyes Salido-Garcia Winner

By "Mr. Boxing" Giancarlo Oquendo

The WBO 126 pound Latino champion, Orlando “Fenomeno” Cruz (19-2-1-9 KO’s) departed today to New York where he will be training for his next fight. Cruz’s camp will be in Buffalo. According to sources, Cruz might be fighting for the full WBO featherweight crown, by taking on the winner of Orlando Salido vs. Mickey Garcia, which takes place on January 19th at The Theatre in Madison Square Garden in New York.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by kokingbill on 12-18-2012

He wants a piece of Mikey Garcias virgin ass. Fresh meat. hahaha.

Comment by Tomasio on 12-18-2012

[QUOTE="Smokin Sugar";12829568]They want to turn the first openly gay fighter into a champ to force it on us boxing fans. I personally don't want homosexuality to be promoted in boxing.[/QUOTE] [B][I]They are not pushing anything, he earned that shot when…

Comment by "Smokin Sugar" on 12-18-2012

They want to turn the first openly gay fighter into a champ to force it on us boxing fans. I personally don't want homosexuality to be promoted in boxing.

Comment by RIZO24 on 12-18-2012

Waste of time for Salido or Garcia. Id rather see them fight Ponce De Leon or Magdaleno..

Comment by ShoulderRoll on 12-17-2012

Why would the Salido-Garcia winner want to fight him? They would be in line for bigger and better things.

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