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Cayetano takes on Caldwell as his primary opponent

By Richard Borreca

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 04, 2012

~~<p>In his prime, Roberto Duran was quite the fighter, winning fights in five separate decades. But for all his fame, he is remembered for saying &ldquo;No mas&rdquo; (no more) as he sat down and quit a title fight after being pummeled by Sugar Ray Leonard.</p>
<p>&ldquo;No mas&rdquo; comes to mind after witnessing the pummeling former Gov. Ben Cayetano gave former acting Mayor Kirk Caldwell in the debate Wednesday night in downtown Honolulu.</p>
~~

In his prime, Roberto Duran was quite the fighter, winning fights in five separate decades. But for all his fame, he is remembered for saying “No mas” (no more) as he sat down and quit a title fight after being pummeled by Sugar Ray Leonard.

“No mas” comes to mind after witnessing the pummeling former Gov. Ben Cayetano gave former acting Mayor Kirk Caldwell in the debate Wednesday night in downtown Honolulu. Login for more...



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