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Tim Bradley put on a boxing clinic for much of the Oct. 12 fight in Las Vegas against Mexican legend Juan Marquez on HBO Pay-Per-View.
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Play with 1xbet: http://bit.ly/2qTcgGQ ================================================================================================================ 1:03 Julio César González vs Julian Letterlough Let us start with a fight where the fighters carried out more than 2 thousand hits for two. Julio César González and Julian Letterlough met on February 2, 2001. Although at stake were 3 titles on minor versions, there was not any hindrance to show an excellent fight. 4:26 Juan Manuel Márquez vs Michael Katsidis In November 2010, the legendary boxer Juan Manuel Márquez had mandatory defense of the WBA and WBO lightweight title against Michael Katsidis. Everyone knew that Katsidis loves exchanging blows, but no one believed that such a master as Márquez could allow the challenger to create a danger. As it turned out everything could change in one moment. 8:35 Edwin Rosario vs José Luis Ramírez In November 1984, Edwin Rosario and José Luis Ramírez had a rematch. The WBC lightweight belt was at stake. In the first meeting, Rosario won by a unanimous decision. The fans had only one question, whether the legendary Mexican could cope with the onslaught of Rosario and get even for defeat. ================================================================================================================ Narrated by Vasyl Hotsko. #Boxing #NeverBeForgotten
Barerra was comming off his disputed loss in the first fight in the trilogy against Erik Morales, Hahmed last fought Augie Sanchez at Foxwoods 6 months previously. Going in 'Prince' Naseem refused to accept that Barerra was the best fighter he had been up against and said they would be going for the KO. For his part in the build up, Barerra had said that he had no particular fear of Hahmeds power and that he would be on the attack. What followed was quite simply a superb performance from the Mexican, picking his spots beautifuly against the unorthadox Prince. Great, great fight, one of my all time favourites. 1st track- Brothers on the slide by Cymande 2nd track- Bra by Cymande 3rd track- The harder they come by Jimmy Cliff
Juan Manuel Marquez dominated Mike Alvarado to win by a lopsided decision May 17 at the Forum, in Inglewood, California. Check out the other Fight of the Year nominees & vote for your favorite at www.pocial.com/trboxing.
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