Photos: Abner Mares Stops Ponce De Leon, Wins Title

MGM Grand, Las Vegas - Abner Mares (26-0, 14KOs) became a three division world champion with a ninth round stoppage of Daniel Ponce De Leon (44-5, 35KOs) to capture the WBC featherweight championship. Ponce was down twice in the fight.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Masterjericho on 05-05-2013

Ponce is too slow for mares...

Comment by Masterjericho on 05-05-2013

[QUOTE=budfr;13331381]This was a real fight between real men. Floyd, watch how men fight, we are tired of your running, hugging, elbowing, and getting away with it because you are Floyd.[/QUOTE] LOL.. True

Comment by Rocky Rode on 05-05-2013

I thought the stoppage was premature, but De Le Leon wasn't coming back, imo. I thought Ponce only won 2 rounds...Even if he swept the last 3 rounds he would've lost decisively.

Comment by budfr on 05-05-2013

This was a real fight between real men. Floyd, watch how men fight, we are tired of your running, hugging, elbowing, and getting away with it because you are Floyd.

Comment by Dr Rumack on 05-05-2013

Mares delivered an excellent performance but I felt sorry for PDL losing his belt with that stoppage. Felt sorry for myself too because the last three rounds would have been amazing.

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