Robert Helenius vs. Gerald Washington & Jamal James vs. Antonio DeMarco Soto RBR.

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  1. IntentionalButt

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    My dude VeShawn Owens picked up a W on the undercard:

     
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    I don’t know about betting-wise but on here just about everyone picked Sugar Rob.
     
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    Apparently James could the winner of Lipinets vs Molina for the soon to be vacant WBA Regular belt.
     
  5. CST80

    CST80 The Mercurial Mephistophelean Malcontent Staff Member

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    Jamal James vs. Antonio De Marco Soto 10 Rounds @ Welterweight
     
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  6. CST80

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    Round 1 James 10-9

    Started out as a feel out round, DeMarco on the backfoot, but eventually James backed him into the corner twice, and teed off on him. backed away both times when DeMarco started try to time him.
     
  8. CST80

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    Round 1 James 10-9
    Round 2 DeMarco 10-9

    James chooses to stand and trade with DeMArco, who started digging vicious left hooks to the ribs, he hurts him, then follows up with a hook up top that rocks Jamal to his core, DeMarco backs him to the ropes and fires off a sustained flurry for almost a minute rocking James several more times, James fires back, lands a few precise rights, but DeMarco takes back over backs him to the ropes, and they trade to the bell.
     
  9. CST80

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    @UnleashtheFURY If you're bored, come check this match out, that we both missed.
     
  10. CST80

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    Round 1 James 10-9
    Round 2 DeMarco 10-9
    Round 3 James 10-9

    Fairly dominant bounce back round by James, he landed several pinpoint hard straight rights to the chin flush, DeMarco took them very well. He also clipped him with a handful of short uppercuts. DeMarco landed a left late, then trade to the bell.
     
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    Round 1 James 10-9
    Round 2 DeMarco 10-9
    Round 3 James 10-9
    Round 4 DeMarco 10-9

    Close round, James started out well giving him a lot of movement boxing off the backfoot, landing right after right, DeMarco pushing the pace a lot more, getting him straight lefts up top more and more, James looks to be gassing a little already. He gets James close to the ropes, and launches a sustained body attack, pounding him to the ribs with his absolutely hellish right hook, and clipping him with left hooks on the inside as well.
     
  12. CST80

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    Round 1 James 10-9
    Round 2 DeMarco 10-9
    Round 3 James 10-9
    Round 4 DeMarco 10-9
    Round 5 James 10-9

    Brilliant round from both, DeMarco started out on the backfoot, trying to bait him in, got tagged with several rights to the face, so he started bringing the fight to James, who rocked him with a combination and followed up, had him reeling, he weathered it, then DeMarco started going to the body fairly consistently while James was landing up top. DeMarco rocked ever so slightly again late.
     
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    Yeah @Drew101 I agree, this is freaking awesome.:lol:
     
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    Round 1 James 10-9
    Round 2 DeMarco 10-9
    Round 3 James 10-9
    Round 4 DeMarco 10-9
    Round 5 James 10-9
    Round 6 James 10-9

    Starts out slow like they're going to take it off. Then about a minute in, they go back to war. James with far more volume and more accurate. Landing uppercuts to the stomach of DeMarco. Then landing in two and three punch combs varying up his attacks to the head and body. DeMarco did steady body work. But not enough to nick it.
     
  15. CST80

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    Round 1 James 10-9
    Round 2 DeMarco 10-9
    Round 3 James 10-9
    Round 4 DeMarco 10-9
    Round 5 James 10-9
    Round 6 James 10-9
    Round 7 DeMarco 10-9

    Near 10/10 for me, DeMarco started out brilliantly, walking James own behind his high guard, landing ghoulish hooks to the body, ripping him for the first two minutes. But James digs deep after looking gassed and started landing in combination to the head of Tony, rocking him back to the ropes, but DeMarco fired back enough with flush right hooks to the head to edge it, but barely.
     


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