Closely contested fight. Forget hideous scorecards (90-80, 89-81 & 87-83 all for Quillin) compiled by 3 blind mice Cheeks, Roldan & McNair. WBO middleweight champion Peter Quillin scored a flash knockdown in round two on Gabe Rosado - after that they fought on even terms. Quillin, who was the busier fighter, had just an 8 punch edge in total punches landed. Rosado's cut was wide, but wasn't bleeding excessively. He should have been given an opportunity to continue.
Video: Quillin Had Minor Edge in Close TKO Victory
[QUOTE=deanrw;13882296]The Problem with Rosado, and he did the same thing against Love, is that he does not seem to have that extra gear when the momentum starts to go his way. He takes the foot off the gas. He was…Comment by WilkinsOlajuwon on 10-28-2013
A rematch is warranted. Espacially if Haymon is going to keep putting Petey in with lower tier fighters. The man is over 30...enough with the local attraction BS.Comment by deanrw on 10-28-2013
The Problem with Rosado, and he did the same thing against Love, is that he does not seem to have that extra gear when the momentum starts to go his way. He takes the foot off the gas. He was…Comment by Daddy T on 10-28-2013
only read the article summary I thought the fight was competitive but had Quillen up by a few rounds at the time of the stoppage. GGG owned Rosado quillen edged out the majority of the rounds while looking vulnerable and…Comment by CubanGuyNYC on 10-28-2013
[QUOTE=The Weebler I;13882238]I think KC would've made it 12 rounds and won the bout fairly. It wasn't an impressive performance however, that much is clear. It has reduced his "standing" in the MW division.[/QUOTE] I believe this is true.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (9)