Found March 23, 2013 on The Queensbury Rules:
PLAYERS: Kermit Cintron
Something blew inside Chicago’s UIC Pavilion during ESPN2 Friday Night Fights, and it wasn’t just the wind. Hometown fighter Donovan “Da Bomb” George was handed a dud of a decision against fellow middleweight David Lopez, a split decision draw in a fight he clearly should have won. The right hand of George landed hard and often throughout the first four of the scheduled 10 rounds, at times staggering Lopez and slicing his left eyelid in the process. The southpaw Lopez settled down in the 5th and set up combinations off his jab. A Lopez left hook that landed seconds prior to the bell nearly floored George. Still, through six rounds, George (24-3-2, 21 KOs) connected with 64 of his power punches at a staggering 54 percent while Lopez landed 47 at a respectable 32 percent. Even if they split the following four rounds, George outlanded Lopez 121-105 at a 25-16 percent advantage going into the 10th round. Then there’s the grenade right hand with 30 ticks left that sent Lopez st...

Kermit Cintron-Adrian Granados Ends With Awful Decision

This article should be about how a young fighter came out of nowhere to upset a veteran. Unfortunately, when it comes to boxing, what happens is not always the story. So instead this is an article about how Adrian Granados and Kermit Cintron fought 10 rounds to a split draw. The 33 year old Cintron [...]

Don George vs. David Lopez weigh-in results for FNF

Tonight at the UIC Pavilion in Chicago, Illinois, ESPN's Friday Night Fights presents a card headlined by Donovan George vs. David Lopez, and featuring the return of Kermit Cintron against Adrian Granados. Right here, take a look at the weigh-in results for the card, also featuring undefeated Puerto Rican super prospect Roberto Acevedo. Credit: 8 Count Productions Donovan...
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