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Kermit Cintron Video/Boxing Poll

Wyomissing,PA, December 28, 2007 – Kermit Cintron has posted a video on youtube.com clearly expressing his plans for 2008 and beyond. As reported in his December 24th press release, he is calling out Antonio Margarito and stating his desire to then beat Miguel Cotto to start the welterweight unification process. Cintron says he plans on first beating Margarito then starting the process of beating the other world champions..

The link to the video is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akKYi3NfsQg

Boxing Poll

In a recent poll conducted on about.com the question was posed “Who should Mayweather Fight Next?” As you can see, Miguel Cotto is ranked number one and Kermit Cintron is ranked number two. They have a combined 69% of the total vote. Cintron has said he would welcome the opportunity to fight Mayweather and knows he would beat him. Her is the link to the site and the poll results as of this writing.

Who should Floyd Mayweather fight next?

Kermit Cintron – 26%
Miguel Cotto – 43%
Oscar De La Hoya rematch – 6%
Ricky Hatton rematch – 4%
Antonio Margarito – 3%
Shane Mosley – 5%
Paul Williams – 4%
Nobody, he should retire – 5%

About Kermit Cintron
Kermit Cintron was born in Carolina, Puerto Rico on October 22, 1979. Currently the IBF Welterweight Champion, Cintron stands 5’11” and has a 72” reach. He resides in Wyomissing, PA and trains with the legendary Emanuel Steward of the world famous Kronk Gym. His professional record is 29 wins, 1 loss, and 0 draws with 27 of the 29 wins by way of knockout.

Article posted on 27.12.2007



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