Over his 10-year career, Juan Manuel López (35-5, 32 KOs) has proven to be a pretty good boxer.
After a bitter bout with his biggest rival on Saturday night, he proved he’s not quite as good of a sportsman, however.
After knocking out Wilfredo Vazquez Jr. in the 11th round in Puerto Rico, the 33-year-old started swining at one of his opponent’s cornermen. The secondary bout was broken up in a matter of moments, but not before the trainer was able to throw a few counter-punches as sodas, beers and other objects began soaring into the ring.
At least they weren't in Buffalo.