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Old 11-08-2011, 03:29 PM   #2281
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Better than nothing... look at Rigondeaux, Gamboa or Lara
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Old 11-09-2011, 01:05 AM   #2282
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Better than nothing... look at Rigondeaux, Gamboa or Lara
Atleast Rigo and Gamboa have something squared up for the near future ( Rios or Martinez for Gamboa, Ramos for Rigo)

Lara seems to really have a hard time getting a fight.
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Old 11-09-2011, 05:46 PM   #2283
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Perez took a point win over Zack Page again.
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Old 11-09-2011, 07:45 PM   #2284
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I’m training to fight with Ramos or anyone, have fought 1 round in one year and I am anxious for rising to fight immediately” Rigondeaux said.

DJ Montanocordoba, physical conditioner of the Cuban said “My work is to take Guillermo with big physical condition, we have no problems with the weight now near to 2 month for the fight ”

The Cuban is anxious, his words point out that he wants to fight and known it that this is a huge opportunity to conquer the super bantamweight crown and means a large step in his short professional career. “Now I’m the WBA Interim Champ, but my goal is to defeat Ramos and to wait for Donaire, Arce, or anyone to make a big fight” Rigondeaux added
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Old 11-11-2011, 07:26 PM   #2285
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Casamayor one pound over

Timothy Bradley 140 vs. Joel Casamayor 141
(WBO jr welterweight championship)
Mike Alvarado 140 vs. Breidis Prescott 140
Luis Cruz 130 vs. Juan Carlos Burgos 129
Jose Benavidez 141 vs. Sammy Santana 140
Dennis Laurente 144 vs. Ayi Bruce 147
Fernando Lumacad 116 vs. Joseph Rios 114
Victor Pasillas 124 vs. Jose Garcia 124
Venue: MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas
Promoter: Top Rank
TV: PPV

Note: Casamayor has two hours to lose one pound.
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Old 11-13-2011, 09:17 AM   #2286
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Unbeaten WBO jr welterweight champion Timothy Bradley (28-0, 12 KOs) scored a workmanlike eighth round TKO over former two-division world champion Joel Casamayor (38-6-1, 22 KOs). Bradley was in command the whole way against the 40-year-old Casamayor, who was deducted a point for holding in round four by referee Vic Drakulich. Bradley dropped Casamayor with a body shot in the fifth. Casamayor was on the canvas again in the sixth and for a third time at the end of the eighth when cornerman Miguel Diaz said ‘no more.’ Time was 2:59
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Old 11-13-2011, 09:19 AM   #2287
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How about Odlanier Solis?

Any news on him?
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Old 11-13-2011, 11:28 AM   #2288
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november 18 Giorbis Barhelemy- Whittaker
november 18 Dorticos - tba
november 18 Yuniesky Gonzalez- tba
november 18 Glendy Hernandez-tba
november 26 Olandier Solis -tba
december 10 Franco-Escobedo ? not comfirmed
december 17 Despaigne- White
december 31 Rigondeaux-Ramos
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Old 11-17-2011, 04:00 PM   #2289
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Friday 18 November 2011
Miami Airport Convention Center, Miami, Florida, United States
commission: Florida State Boxing Commission
12 light middleweight Giorbis Barthelemy 25(10)-8(3)-2
SC Charles Whittaker 37(23)-12(5)-2

10 cruiserweight Yunier Dorticos 12(12)-0-0
SC Livin Castillo 16(10)-9(-0


8 super bantamweight Yoandris Salinas 13(-0-1
SC Juan Jose Beltran 26(17)-17(11)-2

Heavy Glendy Hernandez out of card . Salinas in

6 cruiserweight Yunieski Gonzalez 5(3)-0-0
SC Kia Daniels 6(4)-6(6)-0
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Old 11-17-2011, 07:58 PM   #2290
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i heard casamayor was positive to marihuana...time to hang them up champ.
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Old 11-17-2011, 11:14 PM   #2291
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Must be the only "positive" everything else was negative saturday.
Time for an old favorit to hang up his gloves
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Old 11-18-2011, 02:56 AM   #2292
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Hey, Gamboa is my favorite fighter, I've been following him since he defected. I like other Cuban boxers as well, but I think some of you guys are doing them a disservice. You're turning away open minded fans with delusional posts here and on bscene. And it's hard to get a gauge on Cuban prospects when so many of those posts are so low on credibility. This is a minority, but a vocal one. Some of the less frequent posters, or those that mostly stick to this thread, are quite level headed, and a great source of info on the Cubans. Props to these guys, I have a post for them below.
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Old 11-18-2011, 03:01 AM   #2293
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Here are some guys I haven't seen, curious about their potential: Salinas, Rances, Santana, Consuegra, Collado, Luis Garcia.

These are the guys I've seen, other than the big 4. Not sure any have star potential, but most seem like good prospects:

Luis Ortiz: Looked bad against a cruiser bum, was not impressed.
Sullivan Barrera: Looked good the one time I've seen him, would like to see more.
Ugas: Looks very fragile, might benefit from moving up (or not, if he's plain chinny).
Franco: Needs to stop slapping with his punches, hope he has more power than he's shown.
Mike Perez: Looked better than I expected in prizefighter. Could be a player when the Klits are retired. Still handicapped by his height.
Dorticos: Haven't seen much, seemed crude, but his opponent was no challenge.
Lester Gonzalez: Not a prospect, but I love this guy.
Yudel Johnson: Smooth boxer, maybe lacks a little power to be a force at SWW.
Despaigne: People are too harsh on this guy, he's still a very good prospect, just ran into a better one. Wish he had more power, but could win a title at some point.
Socarras: Looked pretty reckless in a previous fight. Haven't seen his last bout, but not surprised he struggled. Very young, has power, but no amateur background and bad defense at this point.
Yan Bartehelemy: Like this guy, hope he has a productive career. I can see him as an "featherfisted opponent" for a hyped prospect in a vacant title bout, boxing his way to a decision.

Any opinion on these? Other guys to look out for?
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Old 11-18-2011, 07:41 AM   #2294
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Here are some guys I haven't seen, curious about their potential: Salinas, Rances, Santana, Consuegra, Collado, Luis Garcia.

These are the guys I've seen, other than the big 4. Not sure any have star potential, but most seem like good prospects:

Luis Ortiz: Looked bad against a cruiser bum, was not impressed.
Sullivan Barrera: Looked good the one time I've seen him, would like to see more.
Ugas: Looks very fragile, might benefit from moving up (or not, if he's plain chinny).
Franco: Needs to stop slapping with his punches, hope he has more power than he's shown.
Mike Perez: Looked better than I expected in prizefighter. Could be a player when the Klits are retired. Still handicapped by his height.
Dorticos: Haven't seen much, seemed crude, but his opponent was no challenge.
Lester Gonzalez: Not a prospect, but I love this guy.
Yudel Johnson: Smooth boxer, maybe lacks a little power to be a force at SWW.
Despaigne: People are too harsh on this guy, he's still a very good prospect, just ran into a better one. Wish he had more power, but could win a title at some point.
Socarras: Looked pretty reckless in a previous fight. Haven't seen his last bout, but not surprised he struggled. Very young, has power, but no amateur background and bad defense at this point.
Yan Bartehelemy: Like this guy, hope he has a productive career. I can see him as an "featherfisted opponent" for a hyped prospect in a vacant title bout, boxing his way to a decision.

Any opinion on these? Other guys to look out for?

the big problem with boxers defecting from Cuba is how they deal with living in a new country.They are separated from their families and facing a new life full of temptations they never dreamt of before.Freedom,money,women,parties...and else.Some of them( i have known a few)are happy with the fact of making some shitty money without much sacrifice and rather to enjoy their life.
Im not saying all of them are championship material,but many of them with the proper guidance,discipline and dedication can go to higher places.
Imagine if someone with Gamboa and Rigondeaux quality are sometimes hard to match because they dont have a solid "fan base", what's gonna happen with those cubans that are at a lower level?...the world of boxing we have seen how corrupted is.Some fights have been already fixed,incompetents and corrupts judges,promoters protecting their stars making them fight easy fights.
As a cuban boxing fan im aware of all of this, im not a delusional fan.I want them to win but i dont worship them.Im proud of the cuban boxing history but i dont diminish the history of others.I feel that Lara was as robbed against Williams as Santa cruz was against Casamayor.
appreciate your support for our boxers, hope one day Cuba will finally be free and wont be only the few able to defect the one fighting as a pro.
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Old 11-18-2011, 08:18 AM   #2295
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Does anyone know about who " Leosvy Mayedo " is? I just saw that he is Cuban, just fought his pro debut the other day but don't know anything about him. Is he from the Cuban amateur system or a Cubanito raised in the USA?
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