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Photo: Felix Verdejo Banged Up From Accident, Recovering

By Miguel Rivera

Ricky Marquez, manager and trainer of undefeated Puerto Rican fighter Felix 'Diamante' Verdejo (22-0, 15KOs), revealed a photo of his boxer's condition after he suffered injuries from a motorcycle accident on Sunday in the jurisdiction of Rio Grande, towards Carolina. Verdejo was taken to the Medical Center in Rio Piedras.

According to preliminary data, Verdejo was riding on PR-3 road towards Fajardo to Carolina at about 5:44 pm when he lost control and fell to the pavement near a car dealership. The boxer was traveling with another motorcyclist who stopped to give assistance.

World Boxing Organization President Paco Valcarcel has placed a hold on Verdejo's mandatory world title shot. The World Boxing Organization recently ordered WBO lightweight champion Terry Flanagan to make a mandatory defense against the Puerto Rican boxer.

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Both sides were given until August 20th to reach a deal. Top Rank CEO Bob Arum is interested in staging Verdejo vs. Flanagan on November 5th as part of the Manny Pacquiao comeback card at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas.

"The [cuts] were stitched up in the morning, and they will continue to keep him under observation an additional day. He may be discharged tomorrow (Tuesday)," said Gardy Lopez, spokesman for To Rank, to Carlos Gonzalez.

In addition, Lopez said MRI (CT Scans) tests confirmed that Verdejo has no internal bleeding.

"The examination was performed from head to toe and he has no fractures or bleeding. He only has scratches on the face and other body parts. He hopes to soon be back home," he said.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by r1onnie2 on 08-10-2016

Damn dude looks bad, hope he gets well soon!

Comment by bigjavi973 on 08-10-2016

thats one tough dude... motorcycle accidents are no joke! :boxing:

Comment by JFalu on 08-10-2016

Get well soon. No more motorcycles!

Comment by Corelone on 08-10-2016

Get well Felix, enjoy the forced vacation. Don't eat too much!

Comment by Corelone on 08-10-2016

It looks like he erased about a quarter mile of white line. His bad hand looks worse, he isn't ready for sure now. Flanagan gets off this hook, probably goes back to fighting nobodies. For the record I had Flanagan…

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