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Sunday, November 21, 2010

Boxing Video: Sergio Martinez Vs Paul Williams - Full Fight Replay

One of Boxing's greatest 2nd confrontation on the ring. Sergio Martinez needs to overcome the previous controversial decision when the fight went to the judges scorecards. And promised to give the middleweight prodigy Paul Williams a beating and end with a knockout. Many thought Martinez was robbed with the big "W", those times Williams was being buildup/groomed to be the next middleweight sensation. Thus. Williams being the favorite. Martinez say's no more to the judges and let his fists do the ending...
Sergio Martinez vs. Paul Williams

Real name Paul Williams
Nickname(s) The Punisher
Rated at Middleweight
Nationality United States American
Birth date July 27, 1981 (1981-07-27) (age 29)
Birth place Aiken, South Carolina
Stance Southpaw
Boxing record
Total fights 40
Wins 39
Wins by KO 27
Losses 1

Real name Sergio Gabriel Martinez
Nickname(s) "Maravilla" (Marvel)
Rated at Middleweight,Light Middleweight
Nationality Argentina Argentine
Birth date 21 February 1975 (1975-02-21) (age 35)
Birth place Quilmes, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Stance Southpaw
Boxing record
Total fights 49
Wins 45
Wins by KO 24
Losses 2
Draws 2

Paul Williams (born July 27, 1981) is an American boxer and is the former two-time WBO welterweight champion.With a height of 6'2", Paul is considered extremely tall for the three divisions he campaigns in: welterweight, jr. middleweight and middleweight; he has defeated world champions such as Winky Wright, Sergio Martínez, Kermit Cintron, Carlos Quintana, Antonio Margarito. He is also billed as the most "avoided fighter in the world". Williams is rated by The Ring Magazine as the No. 6 pound-for-pound boxer in the world.
Sergio Gabriel Martinez (born 21 February 1975 in Quilmes, Buenos Aires, Argentina) is an Argentine Middleweight professional boxer based in Oxnard, California. He is the current WBC and The Ring World Middleweight Champion, and former WBC Super Welterweight Champion. Ring Magazine currently rates Martinez as the number seven pound-for-pound boxer in the world. Martinez, a former professional cyclist and soccer player, only began boxing at the age of 20. His professional record consists of 45 wins, 2 losses and 2 draws. Perhaps the most notable of his wins came against Kelly Pavlik, a fight in which he became the Middleweight champion.***

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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Boxing Video: Manny Pacquiao Vs Antonio Margarito - Full Fight Replay

WBC super welterweight title: Manny Pacquiao vs. Antonio Margarito
Date: November 13, 2010
Location: Arlignton, Texas, USA
Venue: Dallas Cowboys Stadium

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Interim WBA super bantamweight title: Guillermo Rigondeaux vs. Ricardo Cordoba
Kelly Pavlik vs. Bryan Vera
Mike Jones vs. Jesus Soto Karass

Real name Emmanuel Pacquiao
Nickname(s) Pac-Man
Rated at Light Middleweight
Welterweight,Light Welterweight
Lightweight,Super Featherweight
Super Bantamweight,Flyweight
Height 5 ft 6½ in (1.69 m)
Reach 67 in (170 cm)
Nationality Philippines Filipino
Birth date December 17, 1978 (1978-12-17) (age 31)
Birth place Kibawe, Bukidnon, Philippines
Stance Southpaw[2]
Boxing record
Total fights 56
Wins 51
Wins by KO 38
Losses 3
Draws 2

Real name Antonio Margarito Montiel
Nickname(s) Tijuana's Tornado
Rated at Light Middleweight
Light welterweight
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Reach 73 in (185 cm)
Nationality Mexican
Birth date March 18, 1978 (1978-03-18) (age 32)
Birth place Torrance, California
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 45
Wins 38
Wins by KO 27
Losses 6
Draws 0
No contests 1

Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao (pronounced /'pækja?/; born December 17, 1978), also known as Manny Pacquiao, is a Filipino professional boxer and politician. He is a seven-division world champion, the first boxer in history to win nine world titles in seven different weight divisions, and the first boxer in history to win the lineal championship in four different weight classes.
Currently, Pacquiao is the WBO World Welterweight Champion (Super Champion) and is rated as the number 1 pound-for-pound best boxer in the world by several sporting news and boxing websites, including The Ring, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, NBC Sports, Yahoo! Sports and Aside from being a boxer, Pacquiao has participated in acting, music recording, and politics. In May 2010, Pacquiao was elected to the House of Representatives in the 15th Congress of the Philippines, representing the province of Sarangani. He established the record of being the first active boxer to become a congressman in the Philippines
Antonio Margarito Montiel (born on March 18, 1978 in Torrance, California) is a Mexican American boxer, and former World Boxing Association Welterweight Champion. He is also a former International Boxing Federation and World Boxing Organization Welterweight champion. Margarito's reputation was tarnished by an incident in which his corner is alleged to have tampered with his hand wraps prior to his bout with Shane Mosley, which were found by the CSAC to contain sulfur and calcium which, when combined with oxygen, forms "Plaster of Paris". He also now manages IBF Lightweight Champion Miguel Vazquez. Margarito resides in Tijuana, Mexico.

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Monday, November 8, 2010

Boxing Video: Manny Pacquiao Vs Oscar De la Hoya - Full Fight Replay

Manny Pacquiao Vs Oscar De la Hoya
December 6, 2008
MGM Grand Garden Arena,
Las Vegas, Nevada

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Oscar De La Hoya vs. Manny Pacquiao, also billed as The Dream Match, was a professional boxing welterweight superfight. The bout took place on December 6, 2008 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. Pacquiao defeated De La Hoya via technical knockout when De La Hoya decided not to continue with the fight before the start of the ninth round. The card was a co-production of Bob Arum's Top Rank Boxing and De La Hoya's Golden Boy Promotions and was aired live on pay-per-view (PPV) on HBO PPV. The fight is notable for propelling Manny Pacquiao to full-blown superstar status in much of the western world (mostly in The United States), as Oscar De La Hoya symbolically "passed the torch", so to speak, to Pacquiao.

Despite no title belts being disputed, the bout received a lot of publicity since the two boxers were decorated, with Pacquiao being the current number one pound for pound boxer in the world as judged by The Ring, and a five-time world champion in five different weight divisions (Pacquiao was the reigning WBC lightweight champion at the time of the bout). Meanwhile, De La Hoya was an Olympic gold medalist and past holder of 10 world titles in six weight divisions.

Pacquiao had to step up two weight divisions (from lightweight), and De La Hoya had to go down one weight division (from light middleweight), to be eligible for the bout's welterweight division.

Pacquiao pursues De La Hoya's body but was warned by referee Tony Weeks to "keep them up" (keep punches above the belt). De La Hoya's right connects, but Pacquiao's combo pins De La Hoya in the corner. Another left by Pacquiao dazes the Mexican-American. Another combo wobbles De La Hoya. Pacquiao throws another combo as De La Hoya goes for the body. The Filipino unleashes a four-punch combo to end the round.

The fight is stopped before the start of the ninth round to award Pacquiao the victory.Pacquiao was ahead on all three judges' scorecards before the stoppage, with two judges scoring the fight at 80-71 (Pacquiao won all rounds) and one scoring it at 79-72 (Pacquiao won 7 rounds and lost 1). After the bout trainer Freddy Roach stated, "We knew we had him after the first round. He had no legs, he was hesitant and he was shot." Confirming Roach's pre-fight predictions that he'd grown too old, De La Hoya crossed the ring to Pacquiao's corner after the bout was stopped and told Roach, "You're right Freddie. I don't have it anymore." When asked by reporters whether he would continue fighting, De La Hoya responded, "My heart still wants to fight, that's for sure", De La Hoya said. "But when your physical doesn't respond, what can you do? I have to be smart and make sure I think about my future plans."**

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Boxing Video: Miguel Cotto Vs Shane Mosley - Full Fight Replay

Miguel Cotto Vs Shane Mosley
November 10, 2007
Madison Square Garden,
New York, United States

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Miguel Cotto and Shane Mosley fought on November 10, 2007 at Madison Square Garden in a card made possible by a legal settlement between Top Rank Boxing, Cotto's promoter, and Mosley's promoter, Golden Boy Promotions.The fight was broadcast on HBO Pay-Per-View and was won by Cotto via unanimous decision. During the course of the fight Cotto pursued Mosley who was reacting in a slow fashion. Late in the fight Mosley displayed more aggression at one point becoming the aggressor. Cotto's performance was described as "a rare moment in sports when a sudden star rises from what is categorically termed as goodness, to the cusp of greatness."**

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Boxing Video: Wladimir Klitschko Vs Samuel Peter - Full Fight Replay

IBF/WBO heavyweight titles: Wladimir Klitschko vs. Samuel Peter
Saturday, Sept. 11, 2010
Frankfurt, Germany

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Peter fought Klitschko on September 11, 2010, for the Ukrainian's IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight titles. Klitschko won again, by knocking out Peter in the 10th round. Peter weighed in at 241 pounds, two pounds lighter than their first fight. Wladimir Klitschko came in at a career heavy of 247 pounds of pure muscle. Both fighters had promised knockouts in the pre fight build up. Peter started the fight very aggressively and caught Klitschko with a good left hook in the opening minute. Klitschko ended the round well. Peter was caught with three hard right hands in the second round, one of which seemed to stun him. Peter tried to duck under the Klitschko jab, but was being tied up on the inside. After four rounds the fight became one sided in Klitschko's favour. Peter's right eye was closing and he was taking heavy punishment. After the ninth round Peter's trainer Abel Sanchez said he would give him one more round. Emmanuel Steward also implored Klitschko to be more aggressive. Peter swung wildly in the tenth and Klitschko put him down with a concussive combination. Referee Robert Byrd did not start a count and waved the fight off, awarding Klitschko the win by knockout.

Klitschko will fight Dereck Chisora on December 11. Chisora´s record is 14-0-0-0 (9 KO)..**

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Boxing Video: Juan Manuel Lopez Vs Bernabe Concepcion - Full Fight Replay

WBO featherweight title: Juan Manuel Lopez vs. Bernabe Concepcion
Saturday, July 10, 2010
Hato Rey, Puerto Rico

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López's first featherweight defense took place on July 10, 2010, against the WBO's mandatory challenger, Bernabé Concepción. The first round began with both boxers circling around the ring, studying their respective opponent. During an exchange Concepción received a left hook that forced him to fall back against the ropes, López then engaged on the offensive, scoring a knockdown. This pattern continued, with Concepción staying on the offensive until he was able to counter and score a knockdown. López began the second round more aggressive, scoring two consecutive knockdowns, which prompted the referee to stop the fight by technical knockout.

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Boxing Video: Timothy Bradley Vs Luis Abregu - Full Fight Replay

Timothy Bradley Vs Luis Abregu
July 17 2010
Agua Caliente Casino
Rancho Mirage, California

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In his HBO Debut, Bradley was scheduled to face Luis Abregu in a nontitle bout at welterweight, however Bradley's promoter told that he had made a deal with Golden Boy Promotions to fight interim title holder and knockout artist Marcos Maidana at the Agua Caliente Casino in Rancho Mirage, California, only a few miles from Bradley's hometown of Palm Springs. The fight was scheduled to take place on June 19, but due to a back injury to Marcos Maidana the fight was postponed. So he went back to his original plan to move up in weight and the fight with Abregu was back on for July 17 at the Agua Caliente Casino. Although clearly out-sized, Bradley proved too quick and too skilled for the hard-hitting Abregu winning by unanimous decision, with the judges' scorecards reading 119-111, 118-112, and 117-113. At the end of the fight, Bradley openly made a challenge to pound for pound king Manny Pacquiao, calling for him to "Come break down this wall". Bradley also called out Devon Alexander, Amir Khan, and Marcos Maidana. **

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Boxing Video: Erik Morales Vs Willie Limond - Full Fight Replay

Erik Morales vs Willie Limond
September 11, 2010
La Monumental Plaza de Torros,
Mexico City

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Erik Morales officially ended his retirement on March 27, 2010 by fighting Jose Alfaro. Morales' precision and stamina overcame Alfaro; easily defeating him via unanimous decision. In his second fight after returning to the ring Erik Morales fought Willie Limond. Limond started strong in the first three rounds being very quick, elusive, and staying away from Morales' reach. Morales threw body shots to slow his opponent down and fought very conservative until Limond started getting tired. Morales came back to knock Limond down 3 times in the 6th round (3 knock down rule does not count) with huge and powerful bodyshots; the fight was stopped as Limond could not carry on. Morales takes his Boxing Record to 50 wins 6 losses with 2 draws.**

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Boxing Video: Yuriorkis Gamboa Vs Jonathan Victor Barros - Full Fight Replay

Yuriorkis Gamboa vs Jonathan Victor Barros
March 27, 2010
Hamburg, Germany

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Yuriorkis Gamboa Toledano is a Cuban professional boxer who, as an amateur boxer, won an Olympic gold medal in the flyweight division at the 2004 Summer Olympics and the current Unified IBF and WBA Featherweight champion. Gamboa's younger brother is fellow professional boxer Yoelvis Gamboa. On March 27, 2010 at Hamburg Germany Gamboa dominates Argentinian boxer Jonathan Victor Barros in twelve rounds to retain the WBA Featherweight title with a unanimous decision.**

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Boxing Video: Mike Tyson Vs Lennox Lewis - Full Fight Replay

Mike Tyson VS Lennox Lewis
June 8, 2002
Pyramid Arena

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Lennox Lewis vs. Mike Tyson was a boxing match that took place on June 8, 2002, at the Pyramid Arena in Memphis, Tennessee, between WBC, IBO and IBF heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis and former WBC, WBA and IBF heavyweight champion Mike Tyson. The fight was for Lewis' Heavyweight championship titles. Lewis defeated Tyson by KO in the eighth round

The referee for the fight was Eddie Cotton, making it his 20th World title bout. Alfred Buqwana of South Africa, Anek Hongtongkam of Thailand and Bob Logist of Belgium judged the contest, both the WBC and the Tennessee Athletic Commission wanted judges from different continents.Lewis weighed in at 249.25lb and Tyson at 234lb(second highest weight for Tyson).

The fight was promoted by Main Events and was a pay-per-view shown as a joint collaboration between HBO and Showtime in the United States and on Sky Box Office in the United Kingdom. It was the highest-grossing event in pay-per-view history, generating US$106.9 million from 1.95 million buys in the USA, until it was surpassed by De La Hoya vs. Mayweather in 2007.

Tyson and Lewis came out jabbing away. Lewis managed to land two right uppercuts before Tyson missed with a wild left hook. With just under a minute left in the first round, Tyson landed a great left hook. Lewis then holds Tyson pushing him into the ropes and lands another jab. During the second round, Cotton warns Lewis twice, for holding. Lewis landed a number of punches on Tyson, including three powerful uppercuts. As the third round opens Tyson headbutted Lewis, however, Lewis manages to cut Tyson on his right eye later in the round. Again Tyson rushes out in the fourth round and Lewis lands two jabs before landing a big right. With 10 seconds left in the round Lewis lands a couple of punches on Tyson who goes down. Referee, Cotton rules it a slip and deducts a point from Lewis for pushing Tyson down. Tyson's face has started to swell. Cotton stopped the fight and talks to Lewis again in the fifth round about pushing. Tyson struggled to land a punch on the champion. Tyson had cuts above both eyes, and late in the seventh round Lewis puts Tyson off balance landing a heavy right hook. Lewis dominated the round, landing 31 punches compared to Tyson's four.

In the eighth and final round, Tyson is hit with a heavy right and Lewis pushes him to the canvas. Tyson lies on his back on the canvas, he is counted out by the referee and makes no real effort to get up within the count**

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Boxing Video: Felix Trinidad Vs Roy Jones Jr. - Full Fight Replay

Felix Trinidad vs Roy Jones Jr.
January 19, 2008
Madison Square Garden,
New York City

Felix Trinidad vs Roy Jones Jr. full length replay

On January 19, 2008, Jones faced five-time world champion Félix Trinidad at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The bout was fought at a catchweight of 170 lbs. Jones had a noticeable speed advantage, and in round seven, a short right hand to the temple dropped Trinidad to his knees. Trinidad came out of his second retirement for the fight against Roy Jones, a former four-division champion. According to the contract, it was to be at a catch weight of 170 lbs; and was broadcast live on HBO Pay-Per-View. Trinidad began the fight on the offensive and won the first two rounds. The third and fourth rounds were won by Jones who relied on the velocity of his punches.This pattern continued in the fifth and sixth rounds. In the seventh round, Jones scored a knockdown following a right hand. Following this Jones continued to use his speed while Trinidad pursued the offensive, in the tenth round Jones scored a second knockdown after landing a combination. This was the first time in history that a former heavyweight champion could come back in good health and fight at 170 lbs. A testimony to Jones' greatness. The judges declared the fight a unanimous decision in favor of Jones with scores of 117–109 and 116–110 twice.**

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Boxing Video: Bernard Hopkins Vs Joe Calzaghe - Full Fight Replay

Bernard Hopkins vs Joe Calzaghe
April 19, 2008
Thomas & Mack Center
Las Vegas, Nevada

Bernard Hopkins vs. Joe Calzaghe full length replay

Bernard Hopkins vs. Joe Calzaghe was a boxing match that took place on April 19, 2008, at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, between The Ring light heavyweight champion Bernard Hopkins and undisputed super middleweight champion Joe Calzaghe. The fight was dubbed the "Battle of the Planet", and the fight was for the The Ring light heavyweight championship.

Calzaghe, who was seven years younger than Hopkins, was knocked down by a right hand in the opening exchanges and struggled to find his range early on. Hopkins continued to have success with his right, but Calzaghe outworked him in the latter half of the fight. One judge scored it 114-113 for Hopkins, but the two others saw Calzaghe winning by margins of 115-112 and 116-111. The win extended Calzaghe's unbeaten record to 45 fights, while Hopkins fell to 48 wins, five defeats and one draw.**

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Boxing Video: Roy Jones Vs Jeff Lacy - Full Fight Replay

Roy Jones vs Jeff Lacy
August 15, 2009
Mississippi Coast Coliseum
Biloxi, Mississippi

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Roy Jones, Jr. (born January 16, 1969, in Pensacola, Florida) is an American boxer and as a professional he has captured numerous championships in the Middleweight, Super middleweight, Light heavyweight and Heavyweight divisions. He is the only boxer in history to start his career as a junior middleweight, and go on to win a heavyweight title. He is also noted for holding the WBC, WBA, IBF, IBO, NABF, WBF, and IBA light heavyweight championships (Undisputed Light Heavyweight Champion); a record seven belts at the same time. Jones left his mark in history books when he captured the WBA heavyweight title, becoming the first former middleweight champion to win a Heavyweight title in 106 years. As one of the best pound for pound boxers of all time, Jones is also acknowledged as being one of the most physically gifted athletes in the history of the sport.
Jones was named "Fighter of the Decade" for the 1990s by the Boxing Writers Association of America.

On August 15, 2009, Jones demolished former super middleweight champion Jeff Lacy in 10 rounds after Lacy's corner mercifully stopped the fight. Lacy had never been knocked out or stopped before.**

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Sunday, November 7, 2010

Boxing Video: Manny Pacquiao Vs Manuel Marquez 2 - Full Fight Replay

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March 15, 2008
Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino,
Las Vegas, Nevada

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On November 29, 2007, Márquez announced that he would defend his championship title against Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao, whom he fought to a controversial draw in 2004. On March 15, 2008, Juan Manuel Márquez lost his Super Featherweight Championship to Manny Pacquiao via split decision. Márquez suffered a knockdown in the third round that proved to be the difference in the decision as the remaining rounds were scored dead even. Compubox scoring had Juan Manuel Márquez landing 42/201 (21%) more jabs to Pacquiao's 43/314 (14%) jabs, it also had Márquez scoring 130/310 (42%) more power punches to Pacquiao's 114/305 (37%) power punches. Richard Schaefer, Golden Boy Promotions CEO, offered a $6 million guarantee to Pacquiao for a rematch. Pacquiao's promoter, Bob Arum, said, “I’m not saying they’ll never fight again, but you have to let it bake for a while”. Pacquiao said: "I don't think so, this business is over" as he plans to move up to the lightweight division. **

Currently, Pacquiao is the WBO Welterweight World Champion (Super Champion) and is rated as the number 1 pound-for-pound best boxer in the world by several sporting news and boxing websites, including The Ring, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, NBC Sports, Yahoo! Sports and

Aside from being a boxer, Pacquiao has participated in acting, music recording, and politics. In May 2010, Pacquiao was elected to the House of Representatives in the 15th Congress of the Philippines, representing the province of Sarangani. He is the first active boxer to become a congressman in the Philippines. **

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Sunday, August 15, 2010

Boxing video: Manny Pacquiao Vs Joshua Clottey MEGAFIGHT - Full event replay

March 13 Dallas Cowboys Stadium
Megafight Boxing: Manny Pacquiao Vs. Joshua Clottey

After the defunct much awaited Mayweather vs Pacquaio Megafight, Ghana's "the Hitler" Joshua Clottey is ready to step up replacing the full of "Excuses" Money Mayweather Jr. Pacquaio had enough on the Mayweather negative press attacks to postpone and eventually derail the Megafight. Clottey, brave enough to square-off against the Philippine pride "speed..speed..speed!" Pacquiao now have the chance to prove his worth, Clottey is given the opportunity to put his name on the boxing map once he scores an upset. Pacquiao the Boxing number 1 pound for pound stated that Clottey is not an easy opponent.
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Name: Manny Pacquiao
Age: 30
Division: Light welterweight
Stance: Southpaw
Height: 5?6½”/169cm
Reach: 67?/170cm
Record: 50W(KO 38)-3L(KO 2)-2D
Rounds boxed: 305
KO%: 69.09%

Name: Joshua Clottey
Age: 32
Division: Welterweight
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 5?8”/173cm
Reach: 70?/178cm
Record: 35W(KO 20)-3L(KO 2)-0D
Rounds boxed: 248
KO%: 51.28%

Fighter Factors:
Speed:Pacquiao A+ Clottey A
Power: Pacquiao A+ Clottey B+
Defense:Pacquiao A Mayweather A+
Intangibles:Pacquiao A+ Mayweather A-

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Boxing Video: Floyd Mayweather Jr Vs Shane Mosley - Full event fight replay

Floyd "Money" Mayweather Jr. Vs "Sugar" Shane Mosley.
Battle for Boxing Rank # 2 Pound-for-pound.
Golden Boy Productions - HBO.
MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas
May 1, 2010

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Real name Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Nickname Pretty Boy Floyd
Money Mayweather
Rated at Welterweight
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Nationality American
Birth date February 24, 1977 (1977-02-24) (age 32)
Birth place Grand Rapids, Michigan
Stance Orthodox stance
Boxing record
Total fights 40
Wins 40
Wins by KO 25
Losses 0

Real name Shane Donte Mosley
Nickname Sugar Shane
Rated at Welterweight
Height 5 ft. 9 in. (175 cm.)
Nationality American
Birth date September 7, 1971 (1971-09-07) (age 38)
Birth place Lynwood, California
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 52
Wins 46
Wins by KO 39
Losses 5
No contests 1
Floyd Mayweather Jr. fought his first professional bout on October 11, 1996 against fellow newcomer Roberto Apodaca who was knocked out in round 2. Mayweather's trainer at the time was his uncle, Roger Mayweather, because Floyd Mayweather, Sr. was still imprisoned after having been convicted of illegal drug trafficking in 1993. Mayweather, Sr. took over as Mayweather, Jr.'s trainer when he was released from prison (after Mayweather, Jr.'s fourteenth fight—a second-round knockout of Sam Girard). From 1996 to early 1998, Mayweather won most of his fights by knockout or TKO. Sugar Shane Mosley started his pro career in 1993, By 2000 he had fought 38 fights to a 38–0 (36KOs) record, beating undefeated Phillip Holiday to win the IBF Lightweight title. He made 9 title defenses but never unified belts and moved up 2 divisions to face Oscar De La Hoya for his Welterweight title.[wikipedia] Fight Story:After the much awaited Mayweather Jr Vs Pacquiao Megafight was called off, Mayweather was left blank on the boxing scene. Pacquiao went on and signed another Boxing deal with Huge welterweight Joshua Clottey. Mayweather Jr. did instead was to continue on attacking negative press releases(without evidences, even went very dumb low talking about fake email) on the Pacquiao camp. Mayweather Jr. noted for ducking fighters in his own weight class, kept on talking that he was "the real deal" but instead went on to challenge a no brainer Pauli Malinaggi. Boxing fans went furious, in response Mayweather Jr. called the even more "SMALLER" Vic Darchinyan. Now Money Jr. was instead calling "SMALL" fighters Lightweight going down to Featherweight. Everything became very clear and obvious that Money Jr was just looking for sure win fights. His No loss record was his pay-per-view quality, and in his mind loosing might degrade his money making schemes. Boxing community instead lost their respect, thus Mayweather Jr loosing his PPV. Golden Boy Productions now very concern on the Pacquiao Vs Clottey event, has to make a noise in response to this. In a "VERY EXPECTED PLOT", GB Productions announced a fight between Mayweather and Mosley. After the Mosley Vs Berto fight was called off. Andre Berto lost some relatives from the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti (Berto's family was ok, thank God). The Boxing world just hopes that this fight will realize, and not another hocus-pocus "marketing strategy" just to put down another great fight.
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Monday, February 8, 2010

Boxing Video: Manny Pacquiao Vs Miguel Cotto - Full Fight Replay

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November 14, 2009
MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada
World Boxing Organization Welterweight Championship
Free pay-per-view internet streaming webcast TV

Boxing TV Main Event:
Manny Pacquiao 144 defeated Miguel Cotto 145 via TKO (Referee Stoppage) Round 12 for the WBO welterweight title/WBC Diamond belt.

Fight Undercards: * Yuri Foreman 154 defeated Daniel Santos 154 via Unanimous Decision (116-110, 117-109, 117-109) for the WBA super welterweight title * Julio Cesar Chavez 160 defeated Troy Rowland 159 via Unanimous Decision (99-91, 98-92, 97-93) * Alfonso Gomez 145.5 defeated Jesus Soto-Karass 148** via 6 round technical decision, 58-54, 57-55, 57-55 * Rodrigo Garcia 150 defeated Martin Guerra 152 via 4 round unanimous decision, 40-36 on all cards * Eden Sonsona 121 defeated Eilon Kedem 119.5 via TKO in Round 2 * Matt Korobov 160.5 defeated James Winchester 158 via a one-sided 6 round unanimous decision, 60-54 on all cards * Richie Mepranum 113.5 defeated Ernie Marquez 112 via 6 round Split Decision (58-55, 57-56, 56-57) * Abner Cotto 133 defeated Lupe Guzman 134.5 via 6 round unanimous decision (59-55, 60-54, 60-54) Pacquiao (49-3-2, 37 KOs), of General Santos City, Philippines, has won six world titles in as many different weight divisions ranging from 112 to 140 pounds, cementing the Filipino national hero’s status as the sport’s pound-for-pound champion . His performance in 2008 was described as “Henry Armstrongesque,” winning world titles at 130 and 135 pounds with victories over Juan Manuel Marquez and David Diaz, respectively, and knocking out and retiring Oscar De La Hoya at 147 pounds to finish the trifecta. This year, he picked up where he left off last year – winning another world title in a new weight division — dealing defending junior welterweightchampion Ricky Hatton a one-punch second-round knockout last May 2 for his 10th consecutive victory.
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Boxing Video: Vitali Klitschko Vs Kevin Johnson - Full Fight Replay

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Vitali Klitschko easily defeated American challenger Kevin Johnson and retained his WBC world heavyweight title on Saturday, winning a unanimous points decision. Klitschko kept on the offensive and was busy all night, Klitschko said on the post interview that though he was after the Knockout to please the fans, he's grateful he got the win on a dominating fashion winning the 12 round battle.

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Boxing Video: Yuriorkis Gamboa Vs Rogers Mtagwa - Full Fight Replay

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Saturday, January 23 2010 WaMu Theater Madison Square Garden. World champions Juan Manuel Lopez, Steven Luevano, Yuriorkis Gamboa and Rogers Mtagwa welcomes the new decade in a double header world featherweight title fights. World Boxing Organization (WBO) junior featherweight champion Juan Manuel Lopez is moving up to challenge WBO featherweight titlist Steven Luevano. Gamboa defends his World Boxing Association championship belt against top-10 contender Rogers Mtagwa. This Megafight Double Header is produced by Top Rank promotions.

- LOPEZ answered LUEVANO's quantity shots with his version of quality punches. LUEVANO threw more punches on the first few rounds but Lopez'powerful shots put the Champ down in PAIN!
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Boxing Video: Roy Jones Jr. Vs. Danny Green - Full Fight Replay

fight replay videoRoy Jones Jr. Vs. Danny Green - IBO cruiserweight champion Danny Green (28-3, 25 KOs) scored a major upset when he stopped boxing legend Roy Jones Jr (54-6, 40 KOs) in round one ago at the Acer Arena, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia. Green was the aggressor from the opening bell and connected with two solid left hands and a right cross to the temple that dropped Jones. The referee Howard Foster crowned Green at 2:02 to save Jones from further punishment when he was in no condition to defend himself. Green thanked his boxing team for helping him to achieve his greatest ring victory. Jones congratulated Green on his victory.

Danny Green thrilled a the local Australian crowd with a shocking 1st rd stoppage over the legendary Roy Jones Jr. last night in Sydney, Australia. After a long waited undercard and a hand-wrapping dispute that further delayed the main event, both men came up the ring looking fit and ready to fight. At the opening bell Green jabbed his way in and Jones, with his hands held high, backed to the ropes looking to counter.
Green floored Jones with a right hand to the head after one minute. Green moved in to apply more pressure, and following a series of blows, English referee Howard Foster stopped the bout after just 122 seconds.
Jones offered no excuses for a defeat which could signal the end of his career.

"We don’t make excuses, it was a great performance by Danny", Jones said.
Green was almost apologetic for handing such a defeat to one of his boxing role models.
"He’s one of the greatest fighters of all time and the opportunity to fight him in Australia, thanks, Roy Jones Jr.,"Green told the crowd.
"I almost feel bad doing that, that almost hurt me to do that to someone whom I aspire to look up to as a professional fighter inside and outside the ring. He’s a bloody legend."
"I didn’t surprise myself," said Green.

Green won the IBO cruiserweight title in Biloxi, Miss., in August with a victory over Argentina’s Julio Cesar Dominguez on the undercard to Jones’ NABO light heavyweight championship win over Jeff Lacy.
Jones had been stopped just twice in his career, by Antonio Tarver and Glen Johnson, but Green warned ahead of the fight that he could end the Sydney fight early.

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Amir Khan retained his WBA Lightwelterweight Title on a stunning 1 round TKO/referee stoppage. Spped of hands and powerful combinations were thrown immediately by Foulton England's Amir Khan on the overwhelmed New Yorker Dmitriy Salita. Khan did not give Salita any inch of opportunity to impose his strategy. Khan on that win, is definitely standing on his platform as one of the Boxing World's future superstar. Freddie Roach crafted this young man into a superfighter.
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ESPN has reported that talks are in place to finalise a deal for a fight with Juan Manuel Márquez on May 15, 2010.[26][27] Marquez, a former opponent of Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Manny Pacquiao, would be seen as the biggest test of Khan's career.

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Mayweather Jr. won by split decision over De La Hoya in 12 rounds, capturing the World Boxing Council (WBC) light middleweight title.

The fight took place at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada under the promotion of Golden Boy Promotions. It was contested at 154 pounds, with De La Hoya defending his WBC light middleweight championship.

Tickets sold out three hours after they went on sale on Saturday, January 27, 2007. With the sellout, the bout generated over $19 million in live gate, beating the previous record of $16,860,300 set by the November 13, 1999, heavyweight championship rematch between Evander Holyfield and Lennox Lewis at the Thomas & Mack Center.The fight was televised on HBO Pay-Per-View, with the cost to watch the fight at $55 in the U.S.

Judges Jerry Roth (115-113) and Chuck Giampa (116-112) scored the fight for Mayweather while judge Tom Kaczmarek had De La Hoya winning, 115-113.*

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Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise And Fall Of Jack Johnson - Full DVD Documentary Video

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The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson Episode 1 Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson tells the story of the first African-American boxer to win the most coveted title in all of sports and his struggle, in and out of the ring, to live his life as a free man. Part One follows Jack Johnson's remarkable journey from his humble beginnings in Galveston, Texas, as the son of former slaves, to his entry into the brutal world of professional boxing, where, in turn-of-the-century Jim Crow America, the heavyweight champion was an exclusively "white title." Johnson lived his life out loud, wearing fancy clothes, driving fast cars and openly flaunting the conventions of the time by dating and then marrying white women. Despite the odds, Johnson was able to batter his way up through the professional ranks, and in 1908 he became the first African-American to earn the title Heavyweight Champion of the World. Johnson's victory set in motion a worldwide search for a "white hope" to restore the title to the white race. On July 4, 1910, in Reno, Nevada, ex-champion Jim Jeffries, the new "Great White Hope," came out of retirement to challenge Jack Johnson. Johnson easily won the contest, billed as the Battle of the Century, despite a hostile crowd and a steady stream of racial epithets hurled from Jeffries' corner. Johnson's victory provoked race riots all around the country, but his troubles were only just beginning. The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson Episode 2 Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson tells the story of the first African-American boxer to win the most coveted title in all of sports and his struggle, in and out of the ring, to live his life as a free man. By the end of 1910, as Part Two begins, Jack Johnson was on top of the world, the undisputed Heavyweight Champion of the World; the most famous — and the most notorious — African-American on earth. But forces were gathering in America to try to stop him. When no one could be found to beat the champion in the ring, the U.S. government set out to destroy him in the courts, using his sometimes-troubled relationships with white women as the excuse to prosecute him. Unfairly charged with violating the Mann Act, a progressive era piece of legislation designed to stop commercialized vice — not relationships between consenting adults — Jack Johnson was convicted and sentenced to jail. Skipping bail, Johnson fled to Europe, where he remained a fugitive for many years. In 1915 in Havana, Cuba, he defended his title in a still-controversial fight against Jess Willard, a fight that went on for 26 rounds in 105 degree heat. Determined to live his life regardless of the confines imposed by his color, Jack Johnson emerges as a central figure in America's ongoing struggle to deal with the question of race.

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The Thrilla in Manila was the third and final famous boxing match between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier for the Heavyweight Boxing Championship of the World, fought at the Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines on October 1, 1975.

The bout is often ranked as one of the greatest fights of 20th century boxing, and is the climax to the bitter rivalry between Ali and Frazier over who was the legitimate Heavyweight Champion. That situation came about after Ali was stripped of the title over his refusal to join the armed forces when drafted during the Vietnam War. Some years later, Frazier petitioned President Nixon to restore Ali's right to box, thereby bringing about the so called Fight of the Century between two undisputed heavyweight champions in 1971.

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 /></a><span style=Boxing is a combat sport in which two people, male or female,generally of similar weight, fight each other with their fists. Boxing is supervised by a referee and is typically engaged in during a series of one to three-minute intervals called rounds. There are three ways to win. Victory is achieved if the opponent is knocked out and unable to get up before the referee counts to ten seconds (a Knockout, or KO) or if the opponent is deemed too injured to continue (a Technical Knockout, or TKO). If there is no stoppage of the fight before an agreed number of rounds, a winner is determined either by the referee's decision or by judges' scorecards.

Although fighting with fists comes naturally to people, evidence of fist-fighting contests first appear on ancient Sumerian, Egyptian and Minoan reliefs. The ancient Greeks provide us our first historical records of boxing as a formal sport; they codified a set of rules and staged tournaments with professionals. The birth hour of boxing as a sport may be its acceptance as an Olympic game as early as 688 BC. Modern boxing evolved in Europe.

In some countries with their own fighting sports, the sport is referred to as "English Boxing" (e.g. in France to contrast with French boxing, or in Burma with Burmese boxing and in Thailand with Thai boxing). There are numerous different styles of boxing practiced around the world. Boxing does not allow kicks like the styles above. *

Boxing Hall of Fame

The sport of boxing has two internationally recognized boxing halls of fame; the International Boxing Hall of Fame (IBHOF) and the World Boxing Hall of Fame (WBHF), with the IBHOF being the more widely recognized boxing hall of fame.

The WBHF was founded by Everett L. Sanders in 1980. Since its inception the WBHOF has never had a permanent location or museum, which has allowed the more recent IBHOF to garner more publicity and prestige. Among the notable names in the WBHF are Gabriel "Flash" Elorde, Khaosai Galaxy, Henry Armstrong, Jack Johnson, Roberto Durán, George Foreman and Ceferino Garcia. Boxing's International Hall of Fame was inspired by a tribute an American town held for two local heroes in 1982. The town, Canastota, New York, (which is about 15 miles (24 km) east of Syracuse, via the New York State Thruway), honored former world welterweight/middleweight champion Carmen Basilio and his nephew, former world welterweight champion Billy Backus. The people of Canastota raised money for the tribute which inspired the idea of creating an official, annual hall of fame for notable boxers.

The International Boxing Hall of Fame opened in Canastota in 1989. The first inductees in 1990 included Jack Johnson, Benny Leonard, Jack Dempsey, Henry Armstrong, Sugar Ray Robinson, Archie Moore, and Muhammad Ali. Other world-class figures include Roberto "Manos de Piedra" Durán, Gabriel "Flash" Elorde, Ismael Laguna, Eusebio Pedroza, Carlos Monzón, Azumah Nelson, Rocky Marciano, Pipino Cuevas and Ken Buchanan. The Hall of Fame's induction ceremony is held every June as part of a four-day event.

The fans who come to Canastota for the Induction Weekend are treated to a number of events, including scheduled autograph sessions, boxing exhibitions, a parade featuring past and present inductees, and the induction ceremony itself.*

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Cung Le Biography

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Cung Le (born May 25, 1972) is a Vietnamese American kickboxer, mixed martial artist, and actor from San Jose, California currently competing in Strikeforce. He defeated Frank Shamrock to become the second Strikeforce Middleweight Champion before vacating the title to further pursue his acting career.

Life and career

Cung Le was born in Saigon, South Vietnam. He fled his home country with his mother in 1975 as the capital city fell to communist rule (reportedly fleeing in a helicopter under machine gun fire). He ended up in San Jose, California where early racial bullying inspired him to learn to fight. His mother enrolled him in Taekwondo classes at the age of 10. Since those first classes he has absorbed a variety of styles, and was undefeated as a professional kickboxer (16-0). He is a three time world champion and also coaches his own team, which is now 11-0 in team competition.[5]
[edit] Kickboxing and Sanshou (Sanda, Chinese KickBoxing)

Cung Le is undefeated in his professional Sanshou career (16-0).[6] He has won three US Open International Martial Arts Championships (1994, 1995,1996). In 1998 he won the Shidokan tournament championship.[7] He has also won 4 US National Championships (Orlando, Florida 1994, Dallas, TX, 1995, Baltimore, MD, 1997). He earned three bronze medals in his amateur Sanshou world competition. He has been a three-time captain of the United States teams that competed and was the U.S. team captain at the World Wushu Championships in 1997 (Italy) and 1999 (Hong Kong). On December 15, 2001 he defeated Shonie Carter by unanimous decision in San Jose, California to win the IKF Pro Light-Heavyweight San Shou World Title.[6] In May 2003, Le entered into K-1 competitions where he garnered a 3-0 career record, including 1 knockout.[6]
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Cung Le and Frank Shamrock after their bout.

Le made his mixed martial arts debut at Strikeforce: Shamrock vs. Gracie on March 10, 2006, at the HP Pavilion at San Jose, knocking out kickboxing rival Mike Altman at 3:51 of the first round. Three months later he faced KOTC veteran Brian Warren, knocking him out with a flurry of punches at 4:19 of the first round. At Strikeforce: Triple Threat on December 8, 2006, Le defeated Jason Von Flue in 0:43 when the fight had to be stopped due to a cut.

Le went on to fight the veteran Tony Fryklund who had just suffered a spectacular loss to Anderson Silva one year prior. Like Silva, Le beat Fryklund via KO late in the third round. Soon after Le fought Sammy Morgan at Strikeforce: Four Men Enter, One Man Survives. He utilized his throws to keep Morgan off and won the bout via TKO.

On March 29, 2008, Le defeated a long time MMA veteran Frank Shamrock in a fight co-promoted by Strikeforce and EliteXC at the HP Pavilion in San Jose. Le won via TKO when Frank Shamrocks' right arm was broken after a series of kicks (ulna broken), making him Strikeforce Middleweight Champion.

On September 17, 2009, Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker announced that Le had relinquished his belt after securing another major motion picture deal.[8]

Le returned to Strikeforce to face Scott Smith at Strikeforce: Evolution on December 19, 2009. Despite dominating the majority of the fight, Le suffered his first defeat, losing via TKO at 3:25 of round 3.
[edit] Acting career

Kung Fu Cinema confirms Cung Le will co-star in the live-action Tekken film, based upon the popular martial arts fighting game, as Marshall Law. The movie has already completed filming, and is set to be released in 2010. Le had supporting roles in the science fiction film Pandorum with Dennis Quaid and Ben Foster, and Fighting, released in 2009 alongside Channing Tatum. He also stars in a Hong Kong martial art film Bodyguards and Assassins coming out on December 18, 2009.

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