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Old 05-04-2012, 09:25 PM   #31
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what order are they fighting in this is getting odd.
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Old 05-04-2012, 09:26 PM   #32
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Mora is in blue trunks, Osuna in white.
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Old 05-04-2012, 09:27 PM   #33
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Mora is in blue trunks, Osuna in white.
Mora's not have'nt much trouble.
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Old 05-04-2012, 09:28 PM   #34
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having.... whatever.
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Round 1

Osuna circles to his left, bobbing up and down. Mora throws some BIG whipping flurries and connects with a hard right. Osuna scurries back almost into a corner and puts up some high jabs. Big overhand right by Osuna coming up out of a crouch but Mora flurries him back down. Jabs by Mora coming forward. Nice quick double jab by Mora. Holy shit, fast 1-2 by Osuna lands but is countered by a quick right hand from Mora. These guys are landing well, surprising each other with their hand speed and mutually appreciable snap. Mora is getting the better of every exchange, by a hair. Osuna lands a few big wrecking balls unanswered, though! Clinch. Split. Mora jabs out of his high guard, boxing tall but on the front foot. Osuna ducks under a right hand and misses some body shots. They both load up on BIG shots, mostly uppercuts - both miss the majority but Mora lands a solid uppercut while leaning back.

10-9 Mora
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Old 05-04-2012, 09:30 PM   #36
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I got it!!! I got her ass!!

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Old 05-04-2012, 09:32 PM   #37
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Nice little fight!
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Round 2

Osuna and Mora are just clobbering each other, this is great. Sloppy warfare, nobody willing to give an inch. BIG HOOKS! Big uppercuts landing both ways! Finally Mora's power starts to tell!! He hammers Osuna into a corner!! Repeatedly dropping right hands on him!! Osuna tries to fight out, then slides along the ropes. BIG ONE TWO BY MORA!!! Osuna has to hold. The ref separates them. Osuna ducks under a right hand and leans against Mora's hip. Rights to the body as Mora goes fishing from range. They step together and it's another hooking frenzy. Osuna HURT!!! On the ropes!!! Mora unloads!! Nice sharp straight rights behind his jab, as well as overhands and uppercuts. Everything Osuna throws is looping, and just a split second behind Mora's shots. Osuna on the ropes, fighting for dear life.

10-8 Mora, IMO - even without a knockdown. He was on the verge of scoring a stoppage for at least two minutes.

20-17 Mora
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Old 05-04-2012, 09:35 PM   #39
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Well done! it's for the greater good and thats a nice ass.
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Old 05-04-2012, 09:37 PM   #40
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Round 3

Osuna circles left now, giving Mora's long limbs plenty of room to reach across. Osuna is much less willing to engage now. Mora finds him anyway, hunting Osuna down with long jabs and rights and scoring even as Osuna squats and swoops to the side while circling. Clubbing right by Mora, and Osuna momentarily forgets his strategy and gets lured into a brawl. He misses several shots and then ducks back to the outside before he can get punished. Mora doubles a jab as Osuna ducks back. Left hook to the face by Mora. Osuna ducks and gets drilled by a right to the back of the head. Mora doubles a jab into Osuna's face. 1-2 by Mora. Double jab by Mora. Osuna is leaning over to his right and jabbing up at Mora, focusing more on making him miss (and not even doing that terribly well) than on hitting him.

30-26 Mora
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Mora reaches over with some barely curved hooks, just probing out for contact from outside before putting any steam into anything. Accidental low blow as he searches for body shots. Mora performs a respectful bow. Osuna tries to slip punches on the outside, bobbing side to side but still getting found by that long left jab. Mora dives in on him with body shots and smothers his own work a bit. Sloppy infighting. Jabs to the body by Mora as Osuna backs up to the ropes.. 1-2 to the body. Osuna takes a quick hop backward and hooks up at Mora while in the air. Mora keeps jabbing the body and sprinkles in some right hands over the top. Double right hand to the back of the jawbone, with Osuna trying to crick his neck to bury his chin protectively. Mora keeps slamming him with the 1-2 against the ropes.

10-9 Mora

40-35 Mora
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Just the three of us hep cats watching boxing tonight, huh?

That's cool.

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Mora wins, No not Sergio ( Who hasn't fought in 7 months... )
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They just announced the decision, but the commentators were chatting over the scores.

Mora won on points, I'm pretty sure.

(they both waved to the crowd as they hastily made their way through the ropes to clear the ring for the next pair of combatants, making it a little confusing as to which was "celebrating")
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