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Old 02-22-2013, 08:21 PM   #2416
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Old 02-22-2013, 09:38 PM   #2417
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My computer is working a bit now, and I have an itch to talk about a couple of the fights right now. So, here are my thoughts on the Lamont Peterson-Kendall Holt fight, as well as the Art Hovhannisyan-Alejandro Perez fight.

Lamont Peterson-Kendall Holt: Finally, Friday Night Fights has a really compelling main event match up that gets the mouth watering. Peterson and Holt are sort of the same, in terms of their story. Peterson and Holt have, more a less, been top 10 contenders at 140 for the past few years now. And both have been tough luck losers. Always getting to that point of capturing a belt, but never finishing off. That changed for Peterson in December of 2011. He pulled off the major upset, odds wise, beating Amir Khan via SD in his hometown. Personally, I thought it was a closer fight, more of a 50/50 fight, but I won't get into that. You can read that if you want, but anyway, Peterson finally got that big win he never was able to get. He was outboxed big time versus Timothy Bradley, and against Victor Ortiz he got a draw, which he was a bit lucky to get. That wasn't for a title, but it was against a big name fighter. So, beating Khan was huge, but, unfortunately, he was busted for extra testosterone and now he's got a bit of a cloud hanging over his head. He hasn't fought since then, so it'll be interesting just to see what he's got. He's a slow starter, and he's gotta knock some rust off. Things may get very explosive early on. Why is that? Well, let's take a look at Kendall Holt.

Kendall Holt, like Peterson, has been plagued for not getting over that hump. Not to be confused, he has won a belt. He won the WBO in an explosive 60 seconds versus Ricardo Torres way back in 2008. He defended that against Demetrius Hopkins, and then fought Timothy Bradley, in a fight he dropped Bradley twice in the fight. Once in the first round, which was absolutely devastating. It was one of the most devastating knockdowns you will ever see. After that, though, Bradley worked his way back, outworking Holt, until he was dropped again in the 12th round. Bradley though ended up with the close, but clear win, and Holt lost his belt and hasn't had a world title belt since. In fact, after the Bradley fight he fought Kaizer Mabuza. Remember him? Mabuza was just a bulldog in that fight and Holt folded and quit in the 6th. He took a year off after that, but then got dedicated back in boxing, once again, in 2011. He won a fight on the Bradley-Alexander undercard, a few months later knocked out Julio Diaz on FNF, but lost to Danny Garcia by SD. He bounced back against a fat looking Tim Coleman on FNF, which was about a year ago.

All in all, Peterson and Holt have traveled the same path, a tough road, but they've gotten there in different ways and with different styles. Peterson is a bulldog. He gets after and, puts on the pressure. He's got nice skills, he can box a little bit on the outside, but he likes to s****. He gets in there, uses that James Toney right hand. Puts together punches to the body, Peterson just gets after it. Holt doesn't get after it. Holt doesn't throw much, and he doesn't waste punches. As you might hear Teddy Atlas say tonight, Holt cleans his dinner plate. Holt stands back, uses his length, looks for counter opportunities and looks to his his devastating left hook. Or, even his straight right hand. He has a nice straight right hand, but his left hook is quite good. One of the best in the business. And the thing about Holt is that he starts fast, and quickly fades. Once a fight gets into the mid to late rounds, he starts fading. He loses his concentration, gets a bit tired and just fades. Peterson is the exact opposite. As we touched upon, earlier, Peterson gets stronger and stronger as the fight progresses. But, Peterson starts really slow. Peterson has a tendency to get dropped early. Against Bradley he was dropped, against Victor Ortiz he was dropped, and against Khan he was dropped. In all of those fight (except for the Bradley fight, but that's more of just how good Timothy Bradley is) Peterson continued to press on and he started breaking down Ortiz and Khan. And that's just the Peterson way. But, will that way cost him tonight? We'll have to see, the first 2, 3, 4 rounds of this fight will be really exciting and really tense just to see what will happen.






Art Hovhannisyan-Alejandro Perez- This fight will be on Showtime, and it's a bit unfortunate that this fight is getting overshadowed a bit because this has the potential to be a really good fight as well. Hovhannisyan broke onto the scene in June of 2011 on ShoBox where he absolutely destroyed Archie Ray Marquez in 6 rounds dropping him 4 times in the fight. A couple of months later Hovhannisyan didn't look so incredible against the always frustrating Cristobal Cruz. After 4 rounds the fight was stopped due to a head clash and the fight was ruled a draw. If that fight were to have continued though, I think Hovhannisyan had his hands full in that fight. About a year later he fought on Showtime against Miguel Acosta and dropped the shot Acosta in the first round. Again, Acosta is a shot fighter and coming into the fight it was a matter of how long will he last versus Hovhannisyan. As it turned out, Acosta lasted the distance and really came on in the last part of the fight. He nearly pulled off the upset, he came a bit short losing via SD. Another close call for Hovhannisyan.

Now, we get to Alejandro Perez. Perez is one of these tough guys that doesn't get anything handed to him. He's had to face young, up and coming fighters. After losing to Rico Ramos in late 2009, he had second thoughts about boxing, but came back, went to Wild Card and sort of turned his career around. His first fight since coming back was back in 2011 where he would fight Antonio Escalante. Escalante was just brutally KO'd on the big stage against Ponce De Leon and would find himself flat on the mat once again. Perez with one right hand knocked out Escalante out with seconds left in the first round. Perez would try and keep that momentum going against the hot, undefeated prospect Diego Magdaleno, and he did have his moments in that fight. They were few and far between, but he did catch Magdaleno with a right hand in the first round and dropped him. After that Magdaleno outboxed him to a UD, but it was a big moment for Perez dropping a fighter who will probably win a world title belt later this year. His next fight was against Derrick Wilson, which was a year go. I had to boxrec that, I can't believe it's already been a year. But, anyway, he beat up Wilson dropped him quite a bit and stopped him in 8.

Overall, this is a good fight. Style wise, Hovhannisyan is open for that right hand. He has that style of the left hand at the knee. Against Acosta and Cruz he was hit quite a bit. Perez has that right hand to land it, and he has some pop in it. This could be a very explosive fight. Perez has power in that right hand, and Hovhannisyan is a counter power puncher himself. He has brutal strength. There could be some fireworks, you don't want to miss this one either.
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2/22 - Lamont Peterson vs. Kendall Holt - 12x3 IBF Light Welterweight Title (ESPN 2)
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Old 02-23-2013, 01:33 AM   #2419
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Old 02-23-2013, 01:43 AM   #2420
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My computer is working a bit now, and I have an itch to talk about a couple of the fights right now. So, here are my thoughts on the Lamont Peterson-Kendall Holt fight, as well as the Art Hovhannisyan-Alejandro Perez fight.

Lamont Peterson-Kendall Holt: Finally, Friday Night Fights has a really compelling main event match up that gets the mouth watering. Peterson and Holt are sort of the same, in terms of their story. Peterson and Holt have, more a less, been top 10 contenders at 140 for the past few years now. And both have been tough luck losers. Always getting to that point of capturing a belt, but never finishing off. That changed for Peterson in December of 2011. He pulled off the major upset, odds wise, beating Amir Khan via SD in his hometown. Personally, I thought it was a closer fight, more of a 50/50 fight, but I won't get into that. You can read that if you want, but anyway, Peterson finally got that big win he never was able to get. He was outboxed big time versus Timothy Bradley, and against Victor Ortiz he got a draw, which he was a bit lucky to get. That wasn't for a title, but it was against a big name fighter. So, beating Khan was huge, but, unfortunately, he was busted for extra testosterone and now he's got a bit of a cloud hanging over his head. He hasn't fought since then, so it'll be interesting just to see what he's got. He's a slow starter, and he's gotta knock some rust off. Things may get very explosive early on. Why is that? Well, let's take a look at Kendall Holt.

Kendall Holt, like Peterson, has been plagued for not getting over that hump. Not to be confused, he has won a belt. He won the WBO in an explosive 60 seconds versus Ricardo Torres way back in 2008. He defended that against Demetrius Hopkins, and then fought Timothy Bradley, in a fight he dropped Bradley twice in the fight. Once in the first round, which was absolutely devastating. It was one of the most devastating knockdowns you will ever see. After that, though, Bradley worked his way back, outworking Holt, until he was dropped again in the 12th round. Bradley though ended up with the close, but clear win, and Holt lost his belt and hasn't had a world title belt since. In fact, after the Bradley fight he fought Kaizer Mabuza. Remember him? Mabuza was just a bulldog in that fight and Holt folded and quit in the 6th. He took a year off after that, but then got dedicated back in boxing, once again, in 2011. He won a fight on the Bradley-Alexander undercard, a few months later knocked out Julio Diaz on FNF, but lost to Danny Garcia by SD. He bounced back against a fat looking Tim Coleman on FNF, which was about a year ago.

All in all, Peterson and Holt have traveled the same path, a tough road, but they've gotten there in different ways and with different styles. Peterson is a bulldog. He gets after and, puts on the pressure. He's got nice skills, he can box a little bit on the outside, but he likes to s****. He gets in there, uses that James Toney right hand. Puts together punches to the body, Peterson just gets after it. Holt doesn't get after it. Holt doesn't throw much, and he doesn't waste punches. As you might hear Teddy Atlas say tonight, Holt cleans his dinner plate. Holt stands back, uses his length, looks for counter opportunities and looks to his his devastating left hook. Or, even his straight right hand. He has a nice straight right hand, but his left hook is quite good. One of the best in the business. And the thing about Holt is that he starts fast, and quickly fades. Once a fight gets into the mid to late rounds, he starts fading. He loses his concentration, gets a bit tired and just fades. Peterson is the exact opposite. As we touched upon, earlier, Peterson gets stronger and stronger as the fight progresses. But, Peterson starts really slow. Peterson has a tendency to get dropped early. Against Bradley he was dropped, against Victor Ortiz he was dropped, and against Khan he was dropped. In all of those fight (except for the Bradley fight, but that's more of just how good Timothy Bradley is) Peterson continued to press on and he started breaking down Ortiz and Khan. And that's just the Peterson way. But, will that way cost him tonight? We'll have to see, the first 2, 3, 4 rounds of this fight will be really exciting and really tense just to see what will happen.






Art Hovhannisyan-Alejandro Perez- This fight will be on Showtime, and it's a bit unfortunate that this fight is getting overshadowed a bit because this has the potential to be a really good fight as well. Hovhannisyan broke onto the scene in June of 2011 on ShoBox where he absolutely destroyed Archie Ray Marquez in 6 rounds dropping him 4 times in the fight. A couple of months later Hovhannisyan didn't look so incredible against the always frustrating Cristobal Cruz. After 4 rounds the fight was stopped due to a head clash and the fight was ruled a draw. If that fight were to have continued though, I think Hovhannisyan had his hands full in that fight. About a year later he fought on Showtime against Miguel Acosta and dropped the shot Acosta in the first round. Again, Acosta is a shot fighter and coming into the fight it was a matter of how long will he last versus Hovhannisyan. As it turned out, Acosta lasted the distance and really came on in the last part of the fight. He nearly pulled off the upset, he came a bit short losing via SD. Another close call for Hovhannisyan.

Now, we get to Alejandro Perez. Perez is one of these tough guys that doesn't get anything handed to him. He's had to face young, up and coming fighters. After losing to Rico Ramos in late 2009, he had second thoughts about boxing, but came back, went to Wild Card and sort of turned his career around. His first fight since coming back was back in 2011 where he would fight Antonio Escalante. Escalante was just brutally KO'd on the big stage against Ponce De Leon and would find himself flat on the mat once again. Perez with one right hand knocked out Escalante out with seconds left in the first round. Perez would try and keep that momentum going against the hot, undefeated prospect Diego Magdaleno, and he did have his moments in that fight. They were few and far between, but he did catch Magdaleno with a right hand in the first round and dropped him. After that Magdaleno outboxed him to a UD, but it was a big moment for Perez dropping a fighter who will probably win a world title belt later this year. His next fight was against Derrick Wilson, which was a year go. I had to boxrec that, I can't believe it's already been a year. But, anyway, he beat up Wilson dropped him quite a bit and stopped him in 8.

Overall, this is a good fight. Style wise, Hovhannisyan is open for that right hand. He has that style of the left hand at the knee. Against Acosta and Cruz he was hit quite a bit. Perez has that right hand to land it, and he has some pop in it. This could be a very explosive fight. Perez has power in that right hand, and Hovhannisyan is a counter power puncher himself. He has brutal strength. There could be some fireworks, you don't want to miss this one either.
Nice read.
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IntentionalButt 24-4 (11 KO) $100 Martin MD8 Beranza Price KO7 Thompson Glazkov UD12 Scott Smith UD12 Bundrage Sanchez SD12 Tapales Reveco SD12 Kuroda
Kirk 23-4 (9 KO) $100 Martin UD Price KO Glazkov KO Bundrage UD Sanchez UD Reveco UD
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Martin UD Price KO Glazkov KO Bundrage UD Sanchez UD
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Old 02-23-2013, 02:19 AM   #2422
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Thanks for the update!
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Nice read.
Thank you. I was a bit rushed towards the end, wanted to emphasize that I thought it'd be a close fight. I don't think I really got that point across, but oh well.
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Old 02-23-2013, 05:04 AM   #2424
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2/23 - David Price TKO
2/23 - Vyacheslav Glazkov UD
2/23 - Cornelius Bundrage UD
2/23 - David Sanchez UD
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2/22 - Art Hovhannisyan vs. Alejandro Perez - 10x3 (Showtime)
Perez UD - 96/93/95-94/96-93

2/22 - Christopher Martin vs. Jose Angel Beranza II - 8x3
Martin UD - 76-75/76-75/78-73 - reports indicate it was a robbery.
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Old 02-23-2013, 06:23 AM   #2426
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Tony Weeks did another A+ job, tonight.
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Old 02-23-2013, 06:29 AM   #2427
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2/22 - Art Hovhannisyan vs. Alejandro Perez - 10x3 (Showtime)
Perez UD - 96/93/95-94/96-93

2/22 - Christopher Martin vs. Jose Angel Beranza II - 8x3
Martin UD - 76-75/76-75/78-73 - reports indicate it was a robbery.



Took one back!!
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Old 02-23-2013, 06:33 AM   #2428
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Was more accurate than you, believing it will be close for Hovhannisyan but was so close that it gone the other way...
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Old 02-23-2013, 07:10 AM   #2429
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C'mon David lay them down... let us see.
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Old 02-23-2013, 07:12 AM   #2430
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Wanna bet 5 or 10 on Glazkov by TKO anyone is willing to take Glazkov by UD ?
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