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Photos: Jose Pedraza Debuts in NYC, Blasts Page Out

New York City - On Tuesday night, undefeated super lightweight prospect Jose Pedraza (2-0, 2KOs), continues to develop at a steady pace in professional boxing as he scored another TKO win, beating Corben Page (1-2) at two minutes and 58 seconds of the first round. In the oppening seconds, Page tried to bring the fight to Pedraza, who used his excellent lateral movement to avoid the advances of his opponent.

In the second half of the round, Pedraza, opened up with his offensive assaults and began to connect his opponent's body and head. Page started to take a beating until the referee stopped the contest to protect him from further damage. Page went down twice in the round.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Cafe on 03-30-2011

[QUOTE=BorderPatrol;10307584]Good movement, crisp shots... works the body... I like this kid. Old fight. [/QUOTE] Hes a Lightweight, like Carlos Ortiz, and Esteban De Jesus LOL

Comment by tornillo57 on 03-30-2011

[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP;10304282]New York City - On Tuesday night, undefeated super lightweight prospect Jose Pedraza (2-0, 2KOs), continues to develop at a steady pace in professional boxing as he scored another TKO win, beating Corben Page (1-2) at two minutes and 58…

Comment by Cafe on 03-30-2011

Have to see more. But by the end of dis, I'm sure I'ma have his career set LOL just like I got Miguel Cotto's up before the Shane Mosley fight... I got Wilfredo Gomez Carlos Ortiz Jose Torres Wilfred Benitez…

Comment by onechance87 on 03-30-2011

[QUOTE=BorderPatrol;10307584]Good movement, crisp shots... works the body... I like this kid. Old fight. [/QUOTE] your boy adrien broner better watch out,There in the same weight divison

Comment by BorderPatrol on 03-30-2011

Good movement, crisp shots... works the body... I like this kid. Old fight.

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