Found February 20, 2012 on Pro Boxing Fans:
PLAYERS: Tavoris Cloud
This weekend was a loaded one for boxing fans, with a handful of important fights taking place from Texas to Munich, Germany and elsewhere in between. As such, it's time to update our rankings, and after Cloud vs. Campillo and Williams vs. Ishida, in particular, we've updated the top 10 in those two divisions. Check out our updated 175 lbs rankings and 154 lbs rankings right here. Credit: Esther Lin / Showtime Updated light heavyweight division rankings Updated junior middleweight division rankings In the Cloud vs. Campillo contest, we saw what we already knew about Tavoris Cloud... that he's still raw, and isn't a "complete" fighter. Campillo exposed him, and was robbed in a fight he definitely deserved to win. Since we don't follow the rules of dubious decisions, we've adjusted the top 10 accordingly, and Campillo emerges midway through the list, and Cloud tumbles down from #2. With a comeback win for Paul Williams, he establishes himself ...
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