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Photos: Brian Viloria, Pingo Miranda Wage War in Hawaii

Blaisdell Center, Honolulu, Hawaii - In another fight of the year candidate, Brian Viloria (29-3, 16KOs) captured the WBO flyweight title with a twelve round unanimous decision over Julio Cesar "Pingo" Miranda (35-6-1, 28KOs) in a war with high drama and non-stop action. The scores were 98-91, 96-93 and 97-93. [Yes, those were the announced scores which don't make sense since this was a twelve round fight, but scoring issues were claimed] Photos by Greg Honda

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by komandante on 07-17-2011

Viloria won by unanimous decision the correct scores are.. Judge Robert Hoyle scored it for Viloria by a wide 117-110 margin , Ruben Garcia of Texas had it a much closer 114-113 while Tamotsu Tomihara had Viloria the winner 115-113.…

Comment by nycsmooth on 07-17-2011

I wonder how much xtra $$ Pingo got as viloria's peeps were *****in all week about the outrageous demands...The promoter took a bath on this fight w/only 2,500 at the show...Where are the scorecards for the lost rounds....WBO needs to…

Comment by puga on 07-17-2011

[QUOTE=Tomasio;10853514][B][I]I haven't seen the fight, but in the past article on this fight(with out the pics) I saw a couple of people(maily of Mexican decent) were posting that all Viloria did was run all night..WOW!! What I see is totally…

Comment by Tomasio on 07-17-2011

[B][I]The thing with the 2 missing cards from the judges is REALLY SHADY!! Even thou it seems Viloria clearly dominated & won the fight, but still ¿2 rounds that the scores are missing & to make it worst, in a…

Comment by Tomasio on 07-17-2011

[B][I]I haven't seen the fight, but in the past article on this fight(with out the pics) I saw a couple of people(maily of Mexican decent) were posting that all Viloria did was run all night..WOW!! What I see is totally…

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