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Photos/Weights: Roberto Marroquin vs. Antonio Escalante

Thackerville, OK ---   Roberto Marroquin (R), Dallas TX and Antonio Escalante (L) weigh in (both fighters were 128 lbs) for their main event on Top Rank's Red River Rumble boxing card at the WinStar World Casino on Saturday, March 16 televised on Solo Boxeo Tecate on the UniMas network.  --- Photo by Robert Hughes /Top Rank and Stacey Verbeek.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by piojo del norte on 03-16-2013

Escalante's chin is one of the worst chins in boxing. When he was training with a trainer who made him box, he was doing great because he avoided power shots but then after he changed his style and became a…

Comment by apocalypto on 03-16-2013

Escalante is a pretty solid boxer with great power to bad his chin is so ****ty

Comment by miamike on 03-16-2013

Escalante is one of those guys that is always in an exciting fight, partually because he gets knocked in alot of them but also because he has good power.

Comment by HeroBando on 03-16-2013

[QUOTE=Bushbaby;13150060]U verse is on the west coast now?? Unimas & telefutura on comcast?? Gotta check dat out, thanks bro.[/QUOTE] uverse is out west, and it kicks directv a$$ imo. i guess telefutura was renamed "unimas" just this year.

Comment by Bushbaby on 03-16-2013

[QUOTE=HeroBando;13150045]most of them carry unimas (aka telefutura aka solo boxeo). however on uverse it comes on after 11 pacific, on tape delay.[/QUOTE] U verse is on the west coast now?? Unimas & telefutura on comcast?? Gotta check dat out, thanks…

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