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    World ranked Cuban heavyweight contender Frank Sanchez (18-0, 13 KOs) defeated Nagy Aguilera (21-11, 14 KOs) by technical decision in the sixth round to retain his WBC Continental Americas title. (photos by Ed Mulholland)
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  • #2
    So he tried to win the fight by dq. Nice try.

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    • #3
      If boxing had an acting award, Nagy would take home that award with little competition although Redkech comes close but doesn't have the emotional delivery of Nagy.

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      • #4
        Why was this mismatch on Canelo undercard
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        • #5
          That acting job reminds of when soccer players pull a flop
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          • #6
            That's embarrassing.

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            • #7
              That was a clown show by Aguilera. What an embarrassment.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by DJrabit View Post
                Why was this mismatch on Canelo undercard
                Because all of the money was going to the main event, so we got to watch a couple tune ups.


                We got lucky that Takayama was game to fight even though he'd been retired since 2016 (one fight in 2020) and took this fight on a months notice. They were clearly hoping for a highlight reel KO for Soto.

                Oh, also Takayama was a career Minimumweight
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by _Rexy_ View Post

                  Because all of the money was going to the main event, so we got to watch a couple tune ups.


                  We got lucky that Takayama was game to fight even though he'd been retired since 2016 (one fight in 2020) and took this fight on a months notice. They were clearly hoping for a highlight reel KO for Soto.

                  Oh, also Takayama was a career Minimumweight
                  I’m even more eager to watch Soto fight Kyoguchi next. That fight won’t be hard to make. I favor Kyoguchi winning by TKO.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by VashDBasher View Post

                    I’m even more eager to watch Soto fight Kyoguchi next. That fight won’t be hard to make. I favor Kyoguchi winning by TKO.
                    They'll be wise to keep Soto as far away as possible from Kyoguchi. Look how he was getting hit by combos by a near ancient Takayama

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