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Andre Berto Stop David Estrada in a Thriller

By Mark Vester

The leading prospect in the sport, welterweight Andre Berto (20-0, 17 KOs), put on a excellent performance in stopping David Estrada (21-3, 12 KOs) in the eleventh round to win the NABF title.

The third and eight rounds were "round of the year" candidates as both men went toe-to-toe with flush power shots. The end came in the eleventh when a Berto floored Estrada with an uppercut that was followed up by a huge right hand.

Estrada was lucky to make it to his feet, but could not defend himself as Berto attacked with more damaging shots that prompted the ref to jump in and stop the fight.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by uclanemesis on 10-01-2007

I didn't think Berto was that good, but this last fight showed that he is maturing very fast as a fighter. He could work on going to the body a lot more. He has pretty good combinations, hard to hate…

Comment by bishop2006 on 09-30-2007

[QUOTE=No1;2694303]Ha Ha all you berto haters can all shut the fuck up now. He showed he can hang with elite fighters and even ko them. [B]He showed a vastly improved defence[/B] and great stamina for such a young lad. Im…

Comment by No1 on 09-30-2007

Ha Ha all you berto haters can all shut the fuck up now. He showed he can hang with elite fighters and even ko them. He showed a vastly improved defence and great stamina for such a young lad. Im…

Comment by SkillspayBills on 09-30-2007

Lke I said Berto gonna take this one I forgot who I bet with but I want my points.

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