In Rusty’s Corner

Rusty Rubin is a veteran boxing writer

This week on July 9, in Carson, California, Brandon Rios puts his WBA lightweight title belt up against fast and tough foe Urbano Antillon 다운로드.

The fight, televised on Showtime, should be action packed, and features a solid undercard as well.

It’s not an easy fight to call. The champion, Rios, 25, 27-0-1, (19), stands 5’8 and has a 1” height advantage over the challenger pc용 카톡.

Antillon, 28, sports a record of 28-1 with 30 knockouts, just seems to impress more and more with every fight.

Antillon has the bigger reach by three inches and has faced tougher foes 다운로드.

It’s a hard fight to call. Both fighters are from Southern California so there’s no home field edge here.

I’ll go with the older Antillon to win a hard fought decision in a very close and exciting fight 스타 빠른무한 다운로드.


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