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Montiel vs Donaire Early Results From Las Vegas

By Ernest Gabion

MORE LIVE RESULTS TO COME...............

BEY-HERNANDEZ RESULT  

MELLIGEN-MARTINEZ RESULT

Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas - Welterweight prospect Yordenis Ugas, had to survive an early scare in beating Carlos Musquez as a right hand in the first round had stunned the bronze medallist from the 2008 Oympic games.  However, he was able to overcome that and win a unanimous decision by scores of 60-54 on alll three scards.  For the Buddy McGirt trained Ugas his record improves to 6-0 (3KOs) while Musquez falls below the .500 level at 3-4-3 (3KOs)

Troubled but talented contender Mike Alvarado opened up the show and showed a lot of the reasons why some believe he could be a darkhorse in the hotly contested junior welterweight division.  Displaying a sharp array of punches, Alvarado dispatched a game Dean Harrison when he would not come out for the 5th round.  Alvarado, weighing the lowest of his career at 139lbs, now improves to 29-0 (21KOs) while Harrison drops to 16-5 (5KOs).  For Alvarado this was a good stay busy fight as he pushes into a April 16th must win fight against Vernon Paris. 

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Reykoliman on 02-19-2011

Streams anyone? Hook a brother up.. :frown:

Comment by Dave Rado on 02-19-2011

[QUOTE=chavezjrmexico;10129683]hook me up please! please :boxing:[/QUOTE] Me too - the usual sites I use are offline. Can anyone help?

Comment by chavezjrmexico on 02-19-2011

hook me up please! please :boxing:

Comment by trainhard_187 on 02-19-2011

Are they gonna post fights results before airtime 9pm pst? I hope not..

Comment by julian25 on 02-19-2011

Stream anyone????????????????

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