Found August 02, 2013 on The Queensbury Rules:
The scores were all over the place for the judges assessing Javier Fortuna vs. Luis Franco on ESPN2's Friday Night Fights, which was fitting, considering how everyone else in the world had such wild scores. One judge saw it 99-91 for Franco; ESPN2's Teddy Atlas had it 99-91 Fortuna. The truth was somewhere in between, which is why the other two judges' scores of 96-94 Fortuna and 95-95 rendered the bout a just split draw. Up is down lately in boxing -- bouts that don't figure to be all that enjoyable in the ring like Adrien Broner-Paulie Malignaggi produce fine action, while Fortuna-Franco, one of the better FNF main events of a strong stretch on paper, ended up dreary. More than a few fans wish the power outage that cloaked the bout in darkness in the 1st had lasted indefinitely. There were a number of variables to how one scored each round, where were magnified by how few of the rounds had much happening. Franco was boxing, moving, defending and scoring. Fortun...

Fortuna vs. Franco weigh-in results for tonight’s FNF

Tonight at the Buffalo Run Casino in Miami, Oklahoma, ESPN's Friday Night Fights showcases a very intriguing main event, promoted by Warriors Boxing and Sampson Boxing. It features former featherweight strap holder, and still undefeated, Javier Fortuna, taking on the once-beaten Cuban Luis Franco. In the co-feature, Kermit Cintron continues his journey on the comeback trail against...
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