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Video: Mansour, Cunningham Embrace: Amir Talks Loss

Bill Emes catches up with heavyweight contender Amir Mansour, who lost his undefeated record by way of a ten round decision  to former cruiserweight champion Steve Cunningham, what he felt went wrong in the fight, thoughts on Cunningham's rally in the second half, what he felt he could have did better in the contest, what he wants to do next in the immediate future and more. Before the interview, Mansour received some words of encouragement from Cunningham.
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Light_Speed on 04-06-2014

[QUOTE=BoxngLove;14396494]Guy is humble and honest.. "Im happy for my opponent to get the win." How often do you hear that. And for the record it was a really long count the second time. Smoger was counting slow as hell[/QUOTE] Like…

Comment by Mr. Philadel on 04-06-2014

This is how you become the People's Champ.....Amir is a REAL man...pause, his honesty is off the charts...alot of dudes would find a way to cry their selves into relevancy.....not Amir Hardcore Mansour :boxing:

Comment by TboneNYC09 on 04-06-2014

Wow!!! what a night of boxing friday. Boxing fans got to see a little of everything. Excellent fight night to say the least. Friday night was a display of what the sport of boxing is all about. I would like…

Comment by jas on 04-05-2014

all 4 guys deserve a bigger fight on hbo next

Comment by jas on 04-05-2014

true warrior

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