Originally written on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 6/26/14

BOSTON - MAY 13: Ricky Hatton of England (L) follows through on a left to Luis Collazo during their Welterweight WBA World Title fight at the TD Banknorth Garden on May 13, 2006 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)
Call this one the Battle of the Bridesmaids. Luis Collazo (31-4, 16 KOs) and Freddy Hernandez (29-2, 20 KOs) have between them lost to some very good competition. Andre Berto has beaten both men, and Collazo has lost to Shane Mosley and Ricky Hatton. Both men have fought for world titles; only Collazo has worn the belt, having once held the WBA 147-pound strap. Evidently that pedigree is not enough to make air when they face off Saturday night on the undercard of the Bernard Hopkins-Chad Dawson fight. Collazo has been the better of the two men, all told. Collazo went the full 12 rounds and nearly stole the decision from Andre Berto -- the cards went 111-116, 113-114 (twice). Berto was penalized one point for excessive holding, and had Collazo's thunderous shot in the first round impacted Berto's chin with just a bit more force, the fight may well have been a majority draw. Meanwhile, Berto clobbered Hernandez, knocking him out at 2:07 of the very first round. Neither man has a tru...
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