Alberto Puello Calderón vs. Jesús Antonio Rubio & Erick Yomer Rosa Pacheco vs. Ricardo Astuvilca RBR

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  1. IntentionalButt

    IntentionalButt Guy wants to name his çock 'macho' that's ok by me Full Member

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    Top of the hour. :thumbsup:

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  2. IntentionalButt

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    Lots of random Dominicans until we hit the business end of the card:

    1. Ronald José González vs. Gilbert Lenín Castillo Rivera, 10 rounds @ light heavyweight
    2. Erick Yomer Rosa Pacheco vs. Ricardo Magno Astuvilca Tineo, 12 rounds @ minimumweight (WBA interim title)
    3. Alberto Puello Calderón vs. Jesús Antonio Rubio Valdez, 12 rounds @ super lightweight (WBA interim title)

    You'll remember Lenín Castillo as the man that was shut out by Dmitry Bivol (and would have been as well by Marcus Recardo Browne, were it not for him managing to drop the American). He's a popular draw at home, apparently - lots of the promotional materials actually mention him ahead of the pair defending world interim belts further up the marquee. :nusenuse:
     
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  3. sasto

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    Wasn't it supposed to be at 7 (as in starting a few minutes ago)? Says midnight on YouTube?
     
  4. IntentionalButt

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    I saw a few places advertising 7pm and one (from the venue itself) had it -event, not broadcast- starting at 6.

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  6. sasto

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    The DR might be in the same time zone but the sense of time is different :risas3:
     
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  7. IntentionalButt

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    This is the livestream btw.
     
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    How does anyone not see that he won?
     
  9. sasto

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    Good grief we just got into that girl's gymnastics series.
     
  10. IntentionalButt

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    Lenín Castillo TKO5 Ronald González

    Mild upset, Castillo was 20-3-1 (15) coming in, and González entered 8-0 (8).
     
  11. IntentionalButt

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    They're showing a bunch of replays, but of just the same ten seconds of action. Castillo pursuing González and scoring jousting match jabs and paintbrush rights, and then González ducking below the waist and wedging himself into Castillo's abdomen.
     
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    Miguel Mateos Moreno González vs. Hector Luis García Mora, 8 rounds @ featherweight
     
  13. IntentionalButt

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    García is the bald and bearded southpaw; Moreno the clean-cut pretty-boy.
     
  14. IntentionalButt

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    Local fave "El Droide" García beating seven shades of **** out of "La Maquina", the Mexican pretty boy...finally puts him down with a minute left.

    Wow, surprised Moreno escaped the 1st. He was reacting to every shoveling left on the chin or right hook into his armpit like a gunshot, and the left uppercut to his gut that put him down completely folded him in half - but credit to him, down the stretch he was able to jab and move his way to safety.

    10-8 García