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Lopez retains featherweight title with TKO victory over Marquez

Saturday, after Rafael Marquez was unable to answer the bell for round nine, Juan Manuel Lopez (30-0-0, 27 KO’s) of Caguas, Puerto Rico was declared the victor in the second defense of his WBO World Featherweight Title. At the time, Marquez (39-6-0, 35 KOs), of Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico, was behind on all three […]

The next Manny Pacquiao, 20 wins and 0 defeats

San Diego, Friday, October 22, 2010 By way of reviewing Mercito “No Mercy” Gesta’s performance on Friday evening, in the Solo Boxeo feature bout at San Diego’s Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, I believe you’ll agree Gesta has one fault. His fights don’t last that long.

Nagy Aguilera not ready for the likes of Antonio Tarver

If last night’s Showbox: the New Generation’s feature bout was being viewed in an Irish Pub, observers in that pub may have used an analogy with their game of darts. Given a 100 darts, Nagy Aguilera (16-5-0, 11KO’s) probably hit Antonio Tarver (the dart board) only five times.

San Diego’s Chris Chatman wows them in Ontario, CA.

Friday night in Ontario, CA, San Diego’s Chris Chatman caught Riverside’s Alberto Herrera early to score two first round knockdowns, and then got the referee to stop the bout at 2:47 of the fourth round. Undefeated and the local favorite, Herrera never stood a chance against the much quicker southpaw. Herrera (7-1-1, 5 KOs) kept […]

It’s tough not being critical of Sergio Mora’s performance

Saturday, Boxing Examiners throughout the land were invited to view the Sergio Mora versus Shane Mosley Pay-per-View boxing event at their local Regal Entertainment Group theatre. For me, watching the HBO Boxing Show on the big screen at the United Artist multiplex at Horton Plaza was quite a treat. The surround sound and huge visual […]

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