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Photos: Jesus Soto Karass Ends Andre Berto in Twelve

San Antonio, Texas - Jesus Soto Karass stopped Andre Berto with a left hook in the 12th round of their welterweight fight Saturday night, possibly ending Berto's once-promising career. Soto Karass (28-8-3, 18 KOs) surged in the fight from the fourth round as Berto began to lose effectiveness from his dominant right side. Though Berto (28-3) floored Soto Karass with a left-hand body shot in the 11th, Berto couldn't sustain the rally. By the end of the 11th, Soto Karass recovered, and then he closed Berto out with the left hand 48 seconds into the final round. The referee stopped the fight immediately.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by onechance87 on 07-29-2013

WAR KARASS:boxing:

Comment by Longjab10 on 07-29-2013

Pac shoes... Pac shoes everywhere!!!

Comment by jai mari078 on 07-29-2013

Last nights card was awesome!!! We need more like them! Golden Boy did a great job. I was excited to see Thurman, Figueroa, and Berto-Soto Karass. Great night of fights! Keep it up Golden Boy!!!

Comment by RFigueroa on 07-29-2013

Berto is too much muscle and not condition. Then crying on national tv !? lol Soto took it hard ,stood strong and conquered. They need true translaters, not liars.

Comment by Bigg Rigg on 07-28-2013

The stoppage was bad but berto took enough punishment for me so it's like whatever

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