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Leo Santa Cruz stormed his way to another world title last night as he battered Victor Terrazas en route to a third round stoppage. Santa Cruz was in control of the bout from the opening round as he pressured and crowded the former champion landing up to six punch combinations in the pocket. Terrazas would do his best to answer back but the sheer volume and pace of the young Santa Cruz would prove to be too much.
Marcos Villegas was able to catch up with Santa Cruz after his victory as he shares his excitement in becoming a two time world champion as well as promising to return back to action in November and states that he would not mind a fight with new featherweight champion Jhonny Gonzalez.
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Shocking Mares vs. Gonzalez Results:
Jhonny Gonzalez, one of the sport's hardest hitters, lived up to his reputation on Saturday evening, by pulling off the shocker and stopping Abner Mares in Round 1 of their featherweight championship fight. With the win, Gonzalez retakes his title, which he had lost to Daniel Ponce de Leon, and reaffirms his status at the top of the sport...
Saturday night at the StubHub Center, formally the Home Depot Center in Carson, CA, Leo Santa Cruz and Abner Mares starred as the co-main eventers in what was expected to be the next fight before they would be paired off in a mega Los Angeles based area fight most likely to be fought at a catch weight of 124 pounds. All each fighter had to do was beat their respective opponents,...
Abner Mares came into this fight with everything in his favor. The crowd booed his opponent, Jhonny Gonzalez, from opening introductions and chehim loud loudly. Mares also boasted an undefeated record and was touted as one of Golden Boy’s next big stars.
That all came to an end when the heavy handed veteran Gonzalez landed a perfectly placed left hand with only less than a minute...
Jhonny Gonzalez stopped Abner Mares late in the first round Saturday night, reclaiming the WBC featherweight title in stunning fashion.
Gonzalez (55-8, 47 KOs) dropped the previously unbeaten Mares twice late in the first round, flattening the 126-pound belt-holder with a left hook. Mares appeared to be hurt when he got back up, and the Mexican challenger knocked him down again...
In a leading candidate for Upset of the Year – and possibly Knockout of the Year – former two-division world champion and one of the hardest hitters in the sport Jhonny Gonzalez (55-8, 47 KO’s) registered a stunning first-round knockout over previously unbeaten Abner Mares (26-1-1, 14 KO’s) Saturday on Showtime before 7,686 loud and enthusiastic fans at StubHub Center in...
Full weigh in results from Los Angeles,CA:
Abner Mares 125.5 vs. Jhonny Gonzalez 125
(WBC featherweight title)
Victor Terrazas 121 vs. Leo Santa Cruz 121.75
(WBC super bantamweight title)
Antonio Orozco 141.5 vs. Ivan Hernandez 141.5
Jesus Ruiz 122 vs. Enrique Quevedo 120.75
Full weigh in below!
It was a shocking main event last night at The Stub Hub Center as veteran hard punching Jhonny Gonzalez reclaimed his WBC featherweight title by knocking out friend Abner Mares in the first round of their Showtime main event. Both fighter had practically not even warmed up as Gonzalez landed a perfect left hook in the final minute of the first stanza.
Mares, showing true heart and...
What an upset. But it made sense. It's the kind that can always happen when you're in the ring against someone with Jhonny Gonzalez's dynamite, as Abner Mares discovered Saturday on Showtime. Mares, in his second fight at featherweight and climbing the pound-for-pound rankings of best fighters in any division, couldn't make it out of the very 1st round as Gonzalez...
(Katy Perry as a boxer at the MTV VMA's, probably inspired by listening to TQBR Radio; photo credit: WENN)
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We may be due for a really crappy weekend of fighting, but don't tell the boxing gods that. Two supposedly ho-hum weekends in a row turned into inspiring ones -- depending on who you were rooting...