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    Anthony Dirrell's hopes of chasing a third title reign hit a speed bump. The former two-time WBC super middleweight titlist struggled to turn away the challenge of Kyrone Davis in their Fox-televised main event Saturday evening at Shrine Auditorium & Expo in Los Angeles. The two fought to a 12-round split decision draw in their sanctioned title eliminator.
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    Former two-time World Super Middleweight Champion Anthony “The Dog” Dirrell and Kyrone “Shut It Down” Davis stepped on the scale on Friday, ahead of their main event showdown taking place this Saturday, February 27, live on FOX PBC Fight Night and FOX Deportes from Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles. (photos by Sean Michael Ham)

    The show features two of the most sensational teenage boxers in the sport as 19-year-old welterweight rising star Jesus Ramos battles Jes?s Emilio Boj?rquez in a 10-round co-feature and 18-year-old exciting prospect Vito Mielnicki, Jr. squares off against Noe Lopez in an eight-round welterweight match to open the broadcast at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. The event is promoted by TGB Promotions.

    FOX PBC Fight Night will be preceded by prelims on FS1 beginning at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT and featuring undefeated sensation Michel Rivera in the main event.

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    • #3
      When both the Dirrell brothers turned pro, would you have believed someone if they told you it was Anthony that would go on to have the more notable career?!

      Andre had the backing of Showtime. The Super Six Super Middleweight Tournament...a victory against Carl Froch, in which he put on his track shoes ...DQ win, after being brutally knocked out with an illegal punch from "King" () Arthur Abraham...overmatched opponents...losses to Degale and Uzcategui...

      Meanwhile Anthony is toiling away on undercards until his coming out party against Sakio Bika. Since then, he's surpassed Andre as the "notable brother".

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      • #4
        Originally posted by SHO_RULEZ View Post
        When both the Dirrell brothers turned pro, would you have believed someone if they told you it was Anthony that would go on to have the more notable career?!

        Andre had the backing of Showtime. The Super Six Super Middleweight Tournament...a victory against Carl Froch, in which he put on his track shoes ...DQ win, after being brutally knocked out with an illegal punch from "King" () Arthur Abraham...overmatched opponents...losses to Degale and Uzcategui...

        Meanwhile Anthony is toiling away on undercards until his coming out party against Sakio Bika. Since then, he's surpassed Andre as the "notable brother".
        I still don't like that mofo cuz he threw down his 2nd place trophy at the Michigan Golden Gloves back in the day.

        But yea I'd have bet a nice clip of money on Andre being the better brother. Crazy how things can work out.

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        • #5
          Vito looked good .........

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          • #6
            By far the best I've seen Vito look as a Pro so far Good Work

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            • #7
              Young Vito. Jersey representing. Show respect bitches. Vito. Shakur. Big Dunn. Beercules. Jersey in the building.

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              • #8
                Jesus Ramos Excellent Work! Continues to get better! Used his Length and was Patient with that Long Jab Great Work!

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                • #9
                  GOD what a perfect right hook from Jesus Ramos .............

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                  • #10
                    Young guns showing up on this card and making statements , love to see that .......

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