Orlando Salido Retires From Boxing Following Defeat To Miguel Roman

Orlando Salido retires from boxing after a fight that proved to be the final one of a stellar career that took place in Las Vegas.

Another one of boxing’s old school warriors and world champions has decided to walk away from the sport this year and hang up the gloves.

Four-time world champion in two different weight categories during his career, Mexican Orlando Salido can walk away from the sport having accomplished a lot.

His TKO defeat last night to Miguel Roman on HBO at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas proved to be the last chapter in an impressive career after he confirmed afterwards that he was finished as an active fighter in the sport.

The 37-year-old showed more than a willingness to fight the best fighters of his era during his time in boxing.

Bouts against Lomachenko, Guerrero, Martinez, Marquez, Vargas and Gamboa a few of the former world champions and top names on his excellent resume.

He retires with a professional boxing record of 44-14-4 (1NC) with 31 of his wins coming by way of knockout.

An excellent fighter for the sport always involved in entertaining battles. No doubt about it.

Everyone at Boxing News and Views wishes him all the best in retirement and in whatever comes next in life.