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    Both fights posted in Downloadz for anyone who missed or didnt want to buy the ppv. Show producers did a "fantastic" job of muxing the ES and EN commentaries onto the same channel for the entire event.....
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    Week-48 [30 Nov - 6 Dec] WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28 Chonburi, Thailand Knockout CP Freshmart vs. Byron Rojas #2 12 rounds – Minimumweight (for Freshmart’s WBA title) ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30 Brisbane, Australia (ESPN+) Jeff Horn vs. Anthony Mundine 12 rounds – middleweight Cameron Hammond vs. Frank Rojas 10 rounds – welterweight Brent Rice vs. Liam Wilson-10 rounds – junior lightweight Kye MacKenzie vs. Francis Chua 6 rounds – lightweight Florence, Italy (Sky Sports UK & Dazn) Andrea Scarpa vs. Joe Hughes12 rounds – junior welterweight Devis Boschiero vs. Martin Joseph Ward12 rounds – junior lightweight Fabio Turchi vs. Tony Conquest 12 rounds – cruiserweight Glasgow, Scotland, U.K. (Boxnation UK) Ukashir Farooq vs. Iain Butcher 12 rounds – British Bantamweight Title Lewis Benson vs. Tyrone McKenna10 rounds – junior welterweight Kieran Smith vs. Evaldas Korsakas10 rounds – junior middleweight Huntington, New York, U.S.A Chris Algieri vs. Angel Hernandez 10 rounds – junior welterweight Sociedad Española, San Luis, Argentina (TYC Sports) Marcos Antonio Aumada vs Nahuel Martinez 10 Rounds- Cruiserweight Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Hollywood, Florida, USA (USA Telemundo) Ricardo Espinoza Franco vs Yeison Vargas 10 rounds, bantamweights Derrieck Cuevas vs Breidis Prescott 10 rounds, welterweights + ucard SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1 Los Angeles (Showtime PPV, BT Sport PPV) Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury 12 rounds – heavyweight (for Wilder’s WBC title) Jarrett Hurd vs. Jason Welborn 12 rounds – junior middleweight (for Hurd’s IBF and WBA titles) Mark Anthony Barriga vs. Carlos Licona 12 rounds – Minimumweight (for vacant IBF title) Luis Ortiz vs. Travis Kauffman 10 rounds – heavyweight Joe Joyce vs. Joe Hanks 10 rounds – heavyweight Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs. Alfredo Angulo 10 rounds – super middleweight Robert Guerrero vs. Adam Mate 10 rounds – welterweight Chris Arreola vs. Maurenzo Smith 10 rounds – heavyweight Quebec City, Canada (Showtime Sports) Adonis Stevenson vs. Oleksandr Gvozdyk 12 rounds – light heavyweight (for Stevenson’s WBC title) Chris Namus vs. Marie Eve Dicaire 10 rounds – junior middleweight (for Namus’ IBF title) Mikael Zewski vs. Aaron Herrera 10 rounds – welterweight Sebastien Bouchard vs. Ali Funeka 10 rounds – welterweight Oscar Rivas vs. Fabio Maldonado 10 rounds – heavyweight Shakeel Phinn vs. Dario Bredicean 10 rounds – super middleweight Perez, Argentina (TyC Sports) Victoria Noelia Bustos vs. Enis Pacheco 10 rounds – junior welterweights (for vacant IBF title) Gummersbach, Germany (Sport 1 de) Dniz Ilbay vs. Denis Krieger 12 rounds – welterweight Denis Radovan vs. Ronny Mittag 10 rounds – middleweight Osaka, Japan Kayoko Ebata vs. Etsuko Tada 10 rounds – Minimumweight Masao Nakamura vs. Carlo Magali 12 rounds – junior lightweight Reiya Konishi vs. Richard Rosales12 rounds – junior flyweight Washington, D.C., USA Dusty Hernandez-Harrison vs. James Winchester 10 rounds – welterweight Tori Nelson vs. Sanna Turunen 10 rounds – middleweights Scottish Rite Theatre, San Antonio, Texas, USA (Facebook Live) Kendo Castaneda vs Gilbert Venegas Jr 10 Rounds Super Lightweight SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2 East London, South Africa Simphiwe Khonco vs. Joey Canoy 12 rounds – Minimumweight Ronald Malindi vs. Makazole Tete 12 rounds – bantamweight
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    WEEK 47 Friday Nov 23 Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentina TNT Sports) Diego Chaves vs Jean Prada 10 rounds, super welterweight + ucard Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentina DeporTV) Christian Andino vs Diego Tejerina 6 rounds, super lightweights + ucard Corrientes, Argentina (Argentina, TyC Sports - 'Boxeo de Primera') Mauricio Pezzelato vs Roque Junco 10 rounds, vacant WBC Latino Silver Welterweight Title Mexico City, Mexico (USA Telemundo – 'Boxeo Telemundo') Ganaigan Lopez vs Ricardo Rodriguez 10 rounds, interim WBC Latino Flyweight Title + ucard Saturday Nov 24 Victoria, Australia (Australia – epicentre.tv) Joel Camilleri vs Adam Diu Abdulhamid 10 rounds, vacant WBC Asian Boxing Council Welterweight Title + ucard Cebu, Philippines (Philippines ABS-CBN Channel 2) Jeo Santisima vs Victor Uriel Lopez 12 rounds, WBO Oriental Super Bantamweight Title Albert Pagara vs George Krampah 12 rounds, WBO Inter-Continental Super Bantamweight Title + ucard Catamarca, Argentina (Argentina TyC Sports - 'Boxeo de Primera') Sebastian Papeschi vs Cristian Rios 12 rounds, vacant South American Super Middleweight Title + ucard Quebec, Canada Steve Butler vs Jesus Gutierrez 10 rounds, middleweights + ucard Monte Carlo, Monaco (Dazn, UK Sky Sports, Polsat Sports) Kal Yafai vs Israel Gonzalez 12 rounds, WBA World Super Flyweight Title Denis Lebedev vs Mike Wilson 12 rounds, cruiserweights Frank Buglioni vs Fanlong Meng 12 rounds, IBF Inter-Continental Light Heavyweight Title Michael Hunter vs Alexander Ustinov 12 rounds, heavyweights + ucard Atlantic City, NJ, USA (USA HBO Sports, Russia Match!) Dmitry Bivol vs Jean Pascal 12 rounds, WBA World Light Heavyweight Title Sergey Kuzmin vs LaRon Mitchell 12 rounds, WBA Inter-Continental Heavyweight Title + ucard Mexico – TV Azteca – ? Mexico – Televisa – ?
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    https://mobile.twitter.com/Mike__Dhcf/status/1063846308778262528 "Why shouldnt I take the easy road & knock Shawn Porter out?"
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    Yup! self admitted ducking for sure.
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    Isn't it always? Who knows though, maybe he's feeling good and thinks he's got one more fight in him.
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    I think you're correct Josh. Floyd Mayweather says the Tokyo fight that was on and then off ... is back on -- and he's telling TMZ Sports exactly how it's gonna go down.
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    The real reason Floyd pulled out
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    Edits 11/14: Shobox The new Generation now added: 7 fight ucard (Fightnight Live-Facebook) Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA (Fightnight Live-Facebook) Jamaal Davis vs Troy Artis 8 Rounds Middleweight + Undercard Krasniqi now change of opponent - now Ronny Landaeta
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    Yea +400 then is what I took. 4-1 in UK-speak. (4 to 1 'against') The -400 would be listed as 1-4. (4 to 1 'on') Edit: Looks like your 'parlay' (accumulator UK) is still active dude....with the Usyk win
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    The moneygrubber backs out..how about that. He just ain't built for no holds barred fighting I guess.
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    He was looking pretty shot in his last few fights. Glad this will be on the non televised portion of the card.
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    I heard that the fights back on...9minute boxing exhibition.
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    WBO junior welterweight world champion Maurice “Mighty Mo” Hooker (25-0-3, 17 KOs) retained his title with an impressive seventh round TKO over #1 contender and hometown favorite Alex “El Cholo” Saucedo (28-1, 18 KOs) on Friday night at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Saucedo thrilled the 4,102 local fans in attendance when he floored Hooker with a big right hand in round two. Hooker, however, regained his rhythm and the fight entered a familiar pattern. Saucedo marched forward and Hooker landed flush counter punches. Eventually, Hooker took over, as cuts over Saucedo’s left eye opened up. Hooker was credited with a knockdown in the seventh when the ropes held up a reeling Saucedo. Hooker then pummeled Saucedo at will until the bout was stopped. Time was 1:36. “Alex is a great fighter. He came to fight, and I came to fight, and I went right at him,” Hooker said. “I knew the first couple of rounds would be tough, but eventually it would be my time to take over.” Said Saucedo: “He’s a champion for a reason. Now, I am going to rest, enjoy my family, and come back stronger. I gave it my very best in the ring.” WBO welterweight champ Terence Crawford, IBF welterweight champ Errol Spence Jr., and WBC super lightweight champ Jose Ramirez were all in the house. Fightnews.com
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    In a clash of unbeaten heavyweight contenders, 315lb Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller (23-0-1, 20 KOs) walked through Bogdan Dinu (18-1, 14 KOs) on Saturday night at the Kansas Star Arena in Mulvane, Kansas. Miller, with a 78lb advantage, stalked Dinu and finally dropped him in round four. Dinu beat the count, only to have Big Baby put him on the canvas for the count. Time was 2:45. WBA/IBF female middleweight champion Claressa “T-Rex” Shields (7-0, 2 KOs) defended her titles and added the vacant WBC belt to her collection with a one-sided ten round unanimous decision over Hannah Rankin (5-3, 1 KO). Shields was in command all the way. Scores were 100-90 across the board. 2016 Olympian flyweight Nico Hernandez (6-0, 4 KOs) outpointed Josue Morales (8-8-3, 0 KOs) in an eight round chess match. Scores were 80-72, 80-72, 79-73. Former world champion “Bam Bam” Brandon Rios (35-4-1, 26 KOs) scored a ninth round TKO over Ramon “Inocente” Alvarez (27-7-3, 16 KOs) in a junior middleweight clash. An entertaining bout was finally halted to protect Alvarez who was taking a lot of clean headshots. Time was :38. Middleweights Gabriel Rosado (24-11-1, 14 KOs) and Luis Arias (18-1-1, 9 KOs) fought to a twelve round draw. Scores were 116-112 Rosado, 116-112 Arias, 114-114. Fightnews.com
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    I curious about the price on Bivol KO...it's probably going to be steep.
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    Welterweight Robert Guerrero's retirement is over. The former two-division world titlist known as the "Ghost" is ending his retirement and will fight an opponent to be named on the non-televised undercard of the Deontay Wilder-Tyson Fury heavyweight world title fight on Dec. 1 (Showtime PPV) at Staples Center in Los Angeles, the fighter tweeted on Thursday. Guerrero, who won world titles as a featherweight and junior lightweight, plus interim belts at lightweight and welterweight, has not boxed since suffering the first knockout loss of his career, a third-round stoppage to former lightweight world titlist Omar Figueroa Jr. on July 15, 2017. But Guerrero has been training for the comeback for more than a month, the source said. Welterweight Robert Guerrero (right) retired two days after he suffered the first knockout loss of his 16-year professional career to former lightweight world titleholder Omar Figueroa Jr. (left) last year. Rich Schultz/Getty Images A couple of days after the loss to Figueroa, Guerrero (33-6-1, 18 KOs), 35, issued a statement announcing that he was retiring after a 16-year professional career in which he had faced several top names with his bouts being a television fixture. Guerrero, of Gilroy, California, defeated name opponents such as Joel Casamayor and Andre Berto, but after outpointing Berto in a grueling fight in 2012, he got a chance to fight Floyd Mayweather in a welterweight world title bout that headlined a Showtime PPV card -- the first bout of Mayweather's megadeal with Showtime. Mayweather trounced Guerrero by lopsided unanimous decision in May 2013, and Guerrero's career went downhill from there. Including the loss to Mayweather, Guerrero went 2-5 before announcing his retirement, suffering losses to top foes Keith Thurman and Danny Garcia as well as journeyman David Peralta and Figueroa. He did defeat Japanese brawler Yoshihiro Kamegai by decision in a brutal slugfest and got a controversial decision win over journeyman Aaron Martinez. The fight with Figueroa, which had been Guerrero's first in 11 months, was perhaps the worst of his career. Figueroa, who was coming off his own 19-month layoff, pummeled Guerrero. He knocked Guerrero down five times -- three times in the second round and twice more in the fifth round -- before the bout was stopped. "A boxer's career is a long and tough road," Guerrero said in the statement last year announcing his retirement. "Many tears were shed, lots of blood and tons of sweat. Many miles were traveled, thousands of rounds sparred. None were easy, and nothing was ever given to me. I earned everything I got the old-fashioned way. I never ducked anyone and fought the best fighters in the world. I fought my way through every obstacle to make sure my fans enjoyed every second of every round of my fights." Dan RafaelESPN Senior Writer
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    1. Dmitry Bivol to win in Round 10-12 @ +550 2. To Win Fight Deontay Wilder @ -165 3. To Win Fight Errol Spence Jr @ -450 3 team parlay $100 to win $1275 Let's go!
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    i'm not perturbed about a measly hunnit ....this things a marathon not a sprint mija.