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Old 12-28-2012, 09:19 PM   #3196
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People dog Rigondeaux's opposition while praising Donaire's. People don't realize that when Rigondeaux beat Cordoba in his 7th pro fight, he beat a guy that had beaten Celestino Caballero on the road in Caballero's home country of Panama. None of Donaire's 122 pound opponents would have beaten Caballero at 122. You can put Cordoba, and Ramos up favorably against any of Donaire's 122 pound opponents.
No you can't, Ramos loses to all of them, possibly excluding Arce. I didn't see Caballero Cordoba, but that was way back before Caba broke through. Cordoba was the undefeated hometown favorite. You see, he's also from Panama. And more recently was seen getting koed by Bernard Dunne.

But I did see Caballero Mathebula, also in Panama, and the out of towner got robbed. That was when Caba was ring p4p ranked and unified titlist at 122.
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Old 01-04-2013, 03:24 PM   #3197
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Rances Barthelemy 128.75 vs. Arash Usmanee 128.75
(IBF World Title Elimination Bout)
Jonathan Gonzalez 152.75 vs. Derek Ennis 161
(Note: contract weight was 154)
Radivoje Kalajdzic 180 vs. Grover Young 189.5
Roberto Acevedo 166.75 vs. Francisco Gil 165.75
Hairon Socarras 122 vs. Josh Bowles 121.75
Keith Tapia 204 vs. Rafael Valenzuela 198
Yuri Ramanau 138 vs. Jeremy Bryan 140

Promoters: Warriors Boxing Promotions & Bad Dog Production
Venue: Magic City Casino, Miami
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Old 01-05-2013, 09:13 AM   #3198
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Barthelemy survives Usmanee

In an elimination bout for the IBF’s #2 position between unbeaten super featherweights, #6 rated Rances “Kid Blast” Barthelemy (18-0, 11 KOs) scored a controversial twelve round unanimous decision over over #14 Arash Usmanee (20-1, 10 KOs) on Friday night at Stage 305 in the Magic City Casino in Miami, Florida. Hometown favorite Barthelemy got off to a great start over the first few rounds, but Usmanee turned the tables and outpunched Barthelemy much of the rest of the way. Scores were 115-113, 116-112, 116-112 for the locally-based fighter who was very lucky to get the win.

In a four-round featherweight scrap betwee undefeated prospects, Hairon Socarras (6-0-1, 5 KOs) scored a spectacular third round KO over Josh Bowles (6-1, 1 KO). A right hand finished Bowles at 2:11.

Yuniesky Gonzales did not fight
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Old 01-05-2013, 12:04 PM   #3199
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Barthelemy survives Usmanee

In an elimination bout for the IBF’s #2 position between unbeaten super featherweights, #6 rated Rances “Kid Blast” Barthelemy (18-0, 11 KOs) scored a controversial twelve round unanimous decision over over #14 Arash Usmanee (20-1, 10 KOs) on Friday night at Stage 305 in the Magic City Casino in Miami, Florida. Hometown favorite Barthelemy got off to a great start over the first few rounds, but Usmanee turned the tables and outpunched Barthelemy much of the rest of the way. Scores were 115-113, 116-112, 116-112 for the locally-based fighter who was very lucky to get the win.

In a four-round featherweight scrap betwee undefeated prospects, Hairon Socarras (6-0-1, 5 KOs) scored a spectacular third round KO over Josh Bowles (6-1, 1 KO). A right hand finished Bowles at 2:11.

Yuniesky Gonzales did not fight
Yo estube alli y todos vimos ganar a barthelemy 116-112 ...despues volvi a ver el combate en mi casa grabado y me parecio 115-113 para Rances..el combate estubo cerrado lo que pasa es que la gente mirando la tele se va por la opinion del anormal comentador teddy que no paraba de hablar pinga...Delwin Rodriquez el comentador en español tenia el combate 115-113 por ushanee que sin duda hizo un buen esfuerzo...el maja estubo impresionante...a rances cuando lo coja alguien bueno le va a partir el culo....yo le deseo lo mejor de todas maneras...aa..hable con Jorge Rubio el entrenador de Rigo y le pregunte acerca de la fecha en marzo que Donaire decia que le habia ofrecido y que el team rigondeaux habia dicho que no y dice el que eso es mentira que ellos hacentan cualquier cosa con tal de concretar la pelea...
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Old 01-06-2013, 07:58 PM   #3200
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de pinga no venia aqui facilmente un an~o
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Old 01-06-2013, 10:05 PM   #3201
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de pinga no venia aqui facilmente un an~o
Que bola brother?..tu tambien aqui?
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Old 01-07-2013, 06:07 AM   #3202
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Did anyone watch the youth worlds and Cuban nationals? Some interesting results there.

Is there any video available for the Cuban nationals anywhere? Would love to see Robeisy Ramirez' win over Lazaro Alvarez and the 91 and +91 finals where Larduet and Savon both lost.
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Old 01-07-2013, 07:28 AM   #3203
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Did anyone watch the youth worlds and Cuban nationals? Some interesting results there.

Is there any video available for the Cuban nationals anywhere? Would love to see Robeisy Ramirez' win over Lazaro Alvarez and the 91 and +91 finals where Larduet and Savon both lost.
when were these ?

saw robeisy at the olympics and watched him win gold - kid is a superstar, someone needs to get him to defect
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:33 AM   #3204
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250K is nothing, that wont last him a year, heck that would get him a nice walk up apt in florida and that's it..

and LOLOLOL at him being better than stevenson, felix savon, hector vinent, ariel hernandez, mario kinderlan all had better careers than rigondeaux in the amateurs and rigo hasnt done anything in the pros to surpass them.. and he is 32yrs old already so he has probably two to three yrs more four max and at the rate he is going that means 8more fights for him before has to call it quits




well i guess he'll lose his money even faster than i thought... restaurants are the worst type of business to get into especially for a guy like rigo that doesnt know shit about it...




in cuba his house, medical care, education, food, car all was provided for him .. he lived like a king all he needed to do was train as a fighter... lets see how he likes his life once his boxing career is over in the states and he needs to work watching dishes or as a janitor somewhere

I know you're trolling but you make a good point there I dont want to see him end up like Casa
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Old 01-07-2013, 11:54 AM   #3205
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Yo estube alli y todos vimos ganar a barthelemy 116-112 ...despues volvi a ver el combate en mi casa grabado y me parecio 115-113 para Rances..el combate estubo cerrado lo que pasa es que la gente mirando la tele se va por la opinion del anormal comentador teddy que no paraba de hablar pinga...Delwin Rodriquez el comentador en español tenia el combate 115-113 por ushanee que sin duda hizo un buen esfuerzo...el maja estubo impresionante...a rances cuando lo coja alguien bueno le va a partir el culo....yo le deseo lo mejor de todas maneras...aa..hable con Jorge Rubio el entrenador de Rigo y le pregunte acerca de la fecha en marzo que Donaire decia que le habia ofrecido y que el team rigondeaux habia dicho que no y dice el que eso es mentira que ellos hacentan cualquier cosa con tal de concretar la pelea...
Respeto to opinion papo, pero si esa pela de Barthelemy vs Usmanee no fuera en Miami, Kid Blast no hubiera ganado. Yo la vi mas cerrada que ese Teddy Atlas, sin embargo, si vi que le gano Usmanee.
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Old 01-07-2013, 01:54 PM   #3206
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Respeto to opinion papo, pero si esa pela de Barthelemy vs Usmanee no fuera en Miami, Kid Blast no hubiera ganado. Yo la vi mas cerrada que ese Teddy Atlas, sin embargo, si vi que le gano Usmanee.
Yo tambien respeto la tuya....
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when were these ?

saw robeisy at the olympics and watched him win gold - kid is a superstar, someone needs to get him to defect
Youth worlds were first week of december.
Playa Giron was 16-23rd december.
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HAVANA TIMES – The Playa Girón national boxing tournament concluded this weekend in Sancti Spiritus province, with the Camagüey team on top (3-0-3), Granma newspaper reported.

Also excelling were Pinar del Rio (2-1-2), the host Sancti Spiritus (2-0-1) and Guantánamo (1-3-4), while Santiago de Cuba, which had four finalists, was left without gold.

The Cienfuegos fighter Robeisy Ramirez was among the foremost competitors, because with just 19 years he won the 56 kg against the current world champion Lazaro Alvarez Pinar del Rio, just months after being proclaimed Olympic champion in the 52 kg category.

Also taking home gold were: Veitía Yosbany Spiritus (49 kg) and Dariesky Palmero (52), Iván Oñate (60), Yasnier Toledo (64), Roniel Iglesias (69), Yasiel Despein (75), Julio Cesar La Cruz (81) and Leinier Peró (91), and the super heavyweight Yoandry Toirac.
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Guantanamo.- The boxing squad from Guantanamo finished in fourth place in the national boxing tournament Playa Giron held in the indoor hall Yayabo, in the city of Sancti Spiritus.

Four of them were in the finals and only Iván Oñate, 60 kilograms (kg), obtained the gold medal. The other three won silver medals.

Yunior Hechavarría lost by absence in the 49 kg, while Jorge Moirán (64 kg), in the best case the tournament, gave way to the experienced Yasniel Toledo from Camaguey.

However, in an unexpected surprises of the event the super complete Erislandy Savon lost (18-12), before the juvenile Yoandry Toirac from Havana.

Camaguey won among the provinces with three gold medals, followed by boxers from Pinar del Rio and Sancti Spiritus, both teams with two gold medals.
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Old 01-08-2013, 10:39 PM   #3210
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HAVANA TIMES – The Playa Girón national boxing tournament concluded this weekend in Sancti Spiritus province, with the Camagüey team on top (3-0-3), Granma newspaper reported.

Also excelling were Pinar del Rio (2-1-2), the host Sancti Spiritus (2-0-1) and Guantánamo (1-3-4), while Santiago de Cuba, which had four finalists, was left without gold.

The Cienfuegos fighter Robeisy Ramirez was among the foremost competitors, because with just 19 years he won the 56 kg against the current world champion Lazaro Alvarez Pinar del Rio, just months after being proclaimed Olympic champion in the 52 kg category.

Also taking home gold were: Veitía Yosbany Spiritus (49 kg) and Dariesky Palmero (52), Iván Oñate (60), Yasnier Toledo (64), Roniel Iglesias (69), Yasiel Despein (75), Julio Cesar La Cruz (81) and Leinier Peró (91), and the super heavyweight Yoandry Toirac.
Thanks for the news..you are awesome...somebody need to bring them to the pros..at least to Robeisy Ramirez and Roniel Iglesias...
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