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Peter Quillin Takes Out Jesse Brinkley in Three Rounds

By Chris LaBate

At the Reno Events Center in Reno, Nevada, Peter Quillin (24-0, 18 KOs) got the biggest win of his career with a three round stoppage of Jesse Brinkley (35-6, 22 KOs) in a super middleweight contest. Brinkley got battered with right hands until the referee waved it off. The 34-year-old Brinkley suffered his second loss in a row and it is probably going to be his last big, televised fight. He put up a game effort in Montreal last October against IBF champion Lucian Bute, but he took a bad beating in the fight and after a few knockdowns he was stopped in the ninth with a hook to the body. The beating Brinkley took against Bute may have taken something away from him on a permanent basis.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by STRUGG on 04-30-2011

damn......................i like brinkley........all the best ..............LOL

Comment by Thenextchamp on 04-30-2011

Jesse lost that fight to the scale. I don't understand how are these guys fighting for the super middleweight usbo but the weight limit is 165 instead of being the super middleweight limit at 168. Brinkley dehydrated himself only to…

Comment by ShoulderRoll on 04-30-2011

[QUOTE=Valero 27-0;10455484]this is the guy bute stopped in 9[/QUOTE] I was going to mention that. This makes Bute's quality of opposition look even worse than it already did.

Comment by cherry1966 on 04-30-2011

I stay up all night have not seen the fight and now i read that he has lost:sad:

Comment by onechance87 on 04-30-2011

Get kid chocolate a title shot.

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