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Paul Williams Blows Away Carlos Quintana in One-Round

By Mark Vester

At the Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut, Paul "The Punisher" Williams (34-1, 25 KOs) avenged his sole loss in impressive fashion by blowing out Carlos Quintana (25-2, 19 KOs) in one-round to recapture the WBO welterweight title.

Williams started fast by landing his right hand to get his groove going, but it was his left hand that sent Quintana into a daze as several follow-up shots put the Puerto Rican champion down. Quintana was able to beat the count, but he never recovered.

Moments later, dozens of unanswered punches put Quintana away as the referee jumped in to stop the fight as Quintana was going down again. This past February, Quintana upset Williams by a twelve-round decision. Williams gets his revenge and is back in the top mix of the welterweight division.

Full ringside report coming tonight.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by SkillspayBills on 06-09-2008

WOW, OH MY GOODNESS. I went on vacation to come back and see Williams blew Quintana OUT OF THE WATER.

Comment by FLY TY on 06-08-2008

[QUOTE=boofdatruth;3593789]This is a sorry post. Williams came in at 156. 9 lbs over 147. Were you celebrating too much last time quintana lost? Because he was heavier in that fight, and fighting without any motivation. There will be no third…

Comment by marsman on 06-08-2008

THATS WASSUP!!! PW IS BACK! lol Yo thats good news he sure did have an off night the first fight

Comment by Hybrid on 06-08-2008

[QUOTE=Bad_Barracuda;3593866]He's just shook..A shook Puerto Rican.[/QUOTE] Posts like this is why I left this joint. Nothing has changed.

Comment by Bad_Barracuda on 06-08-2008

[QUOTE=boofdatruth;3593781]Now I'm going to say this. All of Cotto's fans will turn on him when he loses to margs. And you will hear more talk about blacks thin bones, Mexicans, and other assinine comments when cotto loses. Keep your eyes…

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