Mares, Santa Cruz, Angulo win on Showtime… Martirosyan vs. Lara ends in technical draw, Garcia wins on HBO

                                                By David Martinez
Showtime provided an excellent card on Saturday, November 10, 2012 from the Staples Center, Los Angeles, California 익스플로러 동영상 다운로드. Abner Mares (25-0-1 / 14 by KO) successfully defended his WBC super bantamweight title with a unanimous 12 round decision over WBA bantamweight champion Anselmo Moreno (33-2-1 / 12 by KO) in an action packed bout 배틀 그라운드 무료. My unofficial scorecard was Mares 115, Moreno 111.
Leo Santa Cruz (22-0-1 / 13 by KO) was simply outstanding retaining his IBF bantamweight title stopping challenger Victor Zaleta (20-3-1 / 10 by KO) in round number nine 원랜디 6.1 다운로드.
Alfredo Angulo (21-2 / 18 by KO) ended a one year layoff after suffering a KO defeat by James Kirkland 매드 파더. Angulo landed a perfect left hook to overcome Raul Casarez (19-3 / 9 by KO) just 56 seconds into the first round of their junior middleweight bout.
Over on HBO, from the Wynn Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, WBC top super welterweight contenders Vanes Martirosyan (32-0-1 / 20 by KO) and Erislandy Lara (17-1-2 / 11 by KO) fought to technical draw 다운로드. An unintentional head clash 26 seconds into round nine left Martirosyan so badly cut over his left eye that the bout was stopped and had to go to the judges’ scorecards to decide the official out come – a draw. I personally had Lara ahead on my unofficial scorecard at the time the bout was terminated.
In the semi-main event, unbeaten featherweight contender Mickey Garcia (30-0 / 26 by KO) scored an eighth round TKO win over former WBA featherweight champion Jonathan Barros (34-4-1 / 17 by KO). Referee Robert Byrd stopped the contest when Barros told him he didn’t want to continue after being knocked down.

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