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 Last update:  2/4/2011       Read more by Rick Reeno         
   
Andy Lee-Bryan Vera Rematch Could Be The Reward
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By Rick Reeno

Middleweight contender Bryan Vera (18-5, 11KOs) may receive a well deserved reward for his upset win over former champion Sergio Mora (22-2-2, 6KOs). Vera won a close ten round split decision to become only the second man, with the late Vernon Forrest being the other, to beat Mora. The scores were 96-94 on two cards for Vera, with the third judge scoring 96-94 for Mora.

Promoter Lou DiBella advised BoxingScene.com that if Andy Lee (24-1, 18KOs) is able to beat undefeated Craig McEwan (19-0, 10KOs) on March 12, then he would explore the possibility of making a Lee-Vera rematch.

In 2007, Vera got off the floor in the first round to stop Lee within seven. Lee has won nine in a row since the loss. The fight with McEwan is the HBO-televised co-feature to Sergio Martinez-Sergei Dzinziruk at Foxwoods Resort and Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut.

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comment by Hitman932, on 02-05-2011
[QUOTE=StrangerInTown]Boxing has been known for it's cruel nature in many respects. Yesterday evenings battle between Sergio Mora and Brain Vera is a very good example of just how cruel and insane this business can be. Mora draws with Mosely. Shane's reward is a multi million dollar exhibit...

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comment by StrangerInTown, on 02-05-2011
Boxing has been known for it's cruel nature in many respects. Yesterday evenings battle between Sergio Mora and Brain Vera is a very good example of just how cruel and insane this business can be. Mora draws with Mosely. Shane's reward is a multi million dollar exhibition against the best i...

comment by any craic lad?, on 02-05-2011
Has Lee signed with Dibella?

comment by ny123, on 02-05-2011
Lee vs Vera reminds me of Dawson vs Pascal because in both fights imo the better fighter did not win and in rematches i think both fights have different outcomes.

comment by BostonGuy, on 02-05-2011
For Mark.....:omfg:

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