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While we await news of up and coming new fighters (if there are any), we will take a look at what may be a very exciting fight at the Home Depot Center in Los Angeles this Saturday September 27th 다운로드.
Both “Sugar” Shane Mosley and Ricardo Mayorga like to mix it up, and, while both are getting a bit long in the tooth, I expect them to put on an exciting exhibition 다운로드.
Mosley is the better boxer and usually in top shape. Mayorga’s big advantage is his punch. I’ll take speed over power in this one and call it for the “Sugar Man”. It probably won’t go the distance. Look for a stoppage midway. Mosley by TKO.
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