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Photos: Arreola Blasts Mitchell, Marquez Nears The End

Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, California - In a high stakes heavyweight showdown between two highly ranked contenders under the WBC, Chris Arreola (36-3, 31 KOs) blew away Seth Mitchell (26-2-1, 19 KOs) in the first round. Mitchell was rocked very early and eventually decked to the mat. He beat the count, but took damage until the referee jumped in to wave things off.

Efrain Esquivias (17-2-1, 10 KOs) may have ended the career of 38-year-old former two-division world champion Rafael Marquez (41-9, 37 KOs), who took a beating and went down hard in the ninth round. He made it on unsteady legs and the fight was waved off by the referee.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Kulle on 09-09-2013

Wait, wasn't this Mitchell supposed to knock both of the Klitschkos out according to some 'Muricans here? Hahaha.

Comment by Nomoneyteam on 09-09-2013

"Arreola started boxing when he was 7 years old while Mitchell started in his twenties." That sums it up. Arreola is a true fighter. Boxing since a boy he knows the game. Mitchell is finished at higher level of the…

Comment by JoeKidd on 09-08-2013

[QUOTE=Ray Corso;13723476]Marquiz looked fine? How do you define "fine"! He couldn't get out of the way of right hands and after 4 rounds he couldn't avoid anything! His feet were in cement and he couldn't punch with the guy or…

Comment by Ray Corso on 09-08-2013

Marquiz looked fine? How do you define "fine"! He couldn't get out of the way of right hands and after 4 rounds he couldn't avoid anything! His feet were in cement and he couldn't punch with the guy or even…

Comment by JoeKidd on 09-08-2013

Marquez looked fine. That other guy was power punching non-stop from the second round. The guy would outwork Pacquiao! Looks highly suspicious.

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