Found December 27, 2012 on Pro Boxing Fans:
WBO Featherweight Champion Orlando Salido was originally supposed to defend his hard-earned crown against Mikey Garcia on November 10th, but that was postponed after Salido broke a finger. Now the fight is scheduled for January 19, in New York on an HBO-televised event as part of the undercard for Golovkin vs. Rosado. In Garcia, Salido faces an undefeated slugger who has come up through the ranks in the old fashioned way: by winning and defending two regional titles. In Salido, Garcia faces a veteran Mexican champion who, in modern memory at least, has lost only to some of the very best. Miguel Angel Garcia (30-0, 26 KOs) 5'6" tall, 70" reach, 25 years old American NABO-NABF Featherweight Champion (NABF title vacated; NABO title is the regional belt for the WBO) Credit: Chris Farina - Top Rank Garcia comes from a good amateur background, despite his lack of major international experience or adult division titles. Coming from a boxing family (Eduardo Garcia ...
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