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Alfredo Angulo Struggles, Wilder Blasts Price in Three

Los Angeles Sports Arena, Los Angeles, California - Heavyweight contender Deontay Wilder (26-0, 26KOs) blasted Kelvin Price (13-1, 6KOs) with a bruising right hand in the third round for a knockout victory.

In his second fight of the year, junior middleweight contender Alfredo Angulo (22-2, 18KOs) had a much tougher time than expected in winning a ten round unanimous decision over Jorge Silva (19-3, 15KOs). All three judges scored it 97-93.

Silva was catching Angulo with big punches in the first two minutes to the head and body. Angulo was being worked over at various points of the round. In the second, Angulo would come out swinging and started to overpower Silva during exchanges. At this point Angulo took over the fight and started beating Silva down.

In the sixth, Silva started to rally once again and began to knock Angulo around with big, accurate punches. Silva continued to give as good as he was getting in the seventh round and actually outlanding Angulo. In the eight Angulo picked up the pace with his workrate, but he was still getting caught with good shots. Angulo controlled the ninth and walked Silva down in the tenth with very bruising punches but couldn't finish him off.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nycsmooth on 12-17-2012

a 2 slowstarter that still needs 2 work on stamina, his most important defect, other than getting hit 2 often/early...this bout may help him...curious what he does in the gym for stamina, obviously not enuf...

Comment by TaurusJ27 on 12-16-2012

If it wasn't for that Pacquiao fight last week, I'd have that Wilder punch as k.o. of the year.

Comment by bigcursedawg on 12-16-2012

Before last night Angulo had only fought about 20 rounds since the begining 2010. It was good for Angulo to get in some rounds against a durable guy like Silva. I saw Silva fight Kamagai and you could tell he…

Comment by cybertiledude on 12-16-2012

When is Wilder going to fight someone with a pulse??

Comment by Ringlife on 12-16-2012

Angulo just fought a month ago cut the guy some slack.

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