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Urango Beats Robbins

HOLLYWOOD, FL, December 7 Former world junior welterweight champion Juan Urango is a changed man. That was never more evident than on Wednesday night, when he dispatched of 62 fight veteran Marty Robbins in five rounds to up his record to 19-1-1 with 15 KOs. Im taking this sport much more seriously than ever and I plan on ending every one of my fights from here on out with a knockout, said Urango..

I want my world title back in 2008 and whoever I have to beat to get back there, I will.

The win over Robbins was Urangos second since a hard fought decision loss to Ricky Hatton in January. After some soul searching, Urango has left that fight in the past and only looks forward to a bright future.

Whats done is done and I cant worry about what happened in January with Hatton, said Urango. I learned from my defeat and I have changed the way I approach the game. The champions at the top of this division need to watch out, because Im coming for them.

Article posted on 07.12.2007



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