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 Last update:  11/3/2013       Read more by Random Hits         
   
Zahir Raheem Stops Tim Coleman in Two Rounds
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Quick Results: Battle at the Boat 93

Main Event - Zahir Raheem def. Tim Coleman TKO2 2:04 - After easily taking the first round, Raheem came out and dominated Coleman in the second round. A shot to the gut took Coleman down early. After getting up, Coleman was immediately knocked down twice more with right hooks to the body. Standing up again, Raheem ended the fight with a flush left hook to the face that dropped Coleman for the fourth time forcing the referee to stop the fight.

Undercard

Jason Novelli def. Luis Iniguez                                    UD (39-37)(39-37)(39-37)

Jared Teer def. Dex Montenegro                             UD (40-36)(40-36)(40-36)

Cameron Sevilla-Rivera def. Mark Garcia                               TKO1     2:44

Marcello Gallardo def. Corben Page                        UD (40-36) (39-37)(39-37)

Jeremy McCleary def. Manuel Ortega                    UD (40-36)(39-37)(39-37)

Tags: Tim Coleman , Zahir Raheem



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comment by _Gatti_, on 11-03-2013
[QUOTE=ShoulderRoll]Is this the same guy that Pacquiao ducked? Asians suck.[/QUOTE] Damn.....That is pretty racist their buddy!

comment by Det. Conan, on 11-03-2013
[QUOTE=Cuban Linx]Sarcasm? lol... Pacquiao would have gained much more respect amongst the hardcore fans if he manned up and fought Raheem. There was time to fight Morales. He could have fought Morales AFTER he fought Raheem. I understand from a financial standpoint it probably wasn't the wise...

comment by Det. Conan, on 11-03-2013
[QUOTE=boxingfeind]Was their a demand for Pacquiao to fight Oscar Larios or Jorge Solis?But Pacquiao fought them any way and made one of them come up 2 weight classes.Morales schooled Pedquiao right before Morales lost to Raheem,and Raheem fought Morales at a weight that was healthy for Morales.P...

comment by PBP, on 11-03-2013
Hahahaha... hypocrites. They can dish it but they can't take it.

comment by Mrsantiago, on 11-03-2013
[QUOTE=Det. Conan]ducked? how can he ducked that kind of b level fighter w/ no fan based? infact there's no demand for the fight then. yeah he defeated morales in less entertaining bout. but who didnt beat morales back then? it doesnt mean that A defeated B and C defeated B, then A should fight ...

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