Soto Karass stops Berto in 12th

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Showtime provided three action fights on Saturday, July 27, 2013 from San Antonio, Texas 데몬 가상드라이브 다운로드. In the main event, Jesus Soto Karass (28-8-3 / 18 by KO) stopped Andre Berto (28-3 / 22 by KO) with a left hook in the 12th round of their welterweight fight 대통령의 시간 다운로드. Berto started fast before Soto Karass came on in middle rounds. Berto dropped Soto Karass with a left-hand body shot in round eleven and appeared to take control but Soto Karass held on and won on a technical knockout 48 seconds into the 12th and final round 초서체 다운로드. The score cards were close; the judges at ringside had Soto Karass ahead on one card and Berto ahead on the other, with third judge having it even.

 
The undercard saw Omar Figueroa (22-0-1 / 17 by KO) ) win the vacant WBC interim lightweight title over Japan’s Nihito Arakawa (24-3-1 / 16 by KO) by a unanimous decision. This fight was a toe-to-toe war from start to finish although the official scoring was completely one sided for Figueroa; my card was 118-108 for Figueroa who was simply the cleaner, harder hitter.
 
In the other televised bout, Keith Thurman (21-0 / 19 by KO) won the WBA interim welterweight belt from Argentina’s Diego Chaves (22-1 / 18 by KO) with a 10th round knockout. Thurman started the bout slowly and actually lost four of the first five rounds on my unofficial scorecard, but came into his own after the fifth round. In round 9, he sent Chaves to the mat with a solid body shot which became the beginning of the end for Chaves. Thurman finished him off 28 seconds into the 10th round when he caught the fading Chaves along the ropes with a right hand to the head.

 

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