Rusty Rubin is a veteran boxing writer
Okay, it’s time for a couple of predictions on the two upcoming HBO bouts from the Home Depot Center in Carson, CA. this weekend.
In the semi-main, for the WBA light welter crown, Brandon Rios moves up a little bit in weight to take on undefeated Mike Alvarado.
Except for the slight edge in weight, there’s little to separate the two combatants. Rios, at 22, is a year younger, fighters can bang, Alvarado is a bit taller with a slight reach edge, but other than that, how do you separate these two 로고스 바이블? It isn’t easy.
Rios, 30-0-1 (22) and Alvarado is 33-0 (23). Does the power go up with Rios? That’s the question that has to be answered here.
The edge in competition goes to Rios, but lesser competition doesn’t necessarily mean an edge in the fight.
My heart says Rios, but my pick is Alvarado by TKO.
In the main event, Nonito Donaire, the ‘Filipino Flash’ put his IBF super bantamweight title on the line against WBO champ Toshaki Nishioka 다운로드.
Donaire, at 29, has a seven year age advantage over Nishioka, but Nishioka, a southpaw, is taller and has a bigger reach. He also has beaten Rafael Marquez, which is no easy task.
Donaire’s only defeat came more than ten years ago. He has 29 wins and 18 KO’s to his credit.
Nishioka, 29-4-3 (24), has been in a number of fights which featured a clash of heads. Not that Noshioka is a dirty fighter, but all fighters do what they can get away with in order to win.
Being taller and a southpaw is a definite advantage for Nishioka here, and a few accidental (or otherwise) head butts are not only possible but probable 새파일 다운로드. This in and of itself makes this a very hard fight to predict.
But that’s what I’m supposed to do, so take Donaire by a technical decision.***
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Rusty Rubin, award winning managing editor of Ringsports.com as well as now defunct Nevada Boxing and Ringsports Magazine, is the author of three highly acclaimed boxing books! “Woozel, Boxing and Me”, “Off the Canvas” and “Billy Soose, the Champion Time Forgot” co-authored by Tom Donelson. These books are all available at Authorhouse.com, and all major book retailers. They are all more than worth the small purchase price, or contact me via this website for a personally autographed copy at a small extra shipping charge. All proceeds from these books go to fight cancer.
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Keep punching, always….Rusty