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Hugo Centeno, Julian Williams Ends in a No-Contest

By Rick Reeno

MGM Grand, Las Vegas - An interesting battle of undefeated junior middleweight prospects ended without a bang, as Hugo Centeno (19-0-1, 10KOs) and Julian Williams (13-0-2, 7KOs) fought to a four round no-contest.

Williams stunned Centeno early in the first round, but he recovered quickly. Williams had Centeno's nose bloody as the second round started. Centeno was picking his spots in the third, but not active enough and was getting outworked. During the fourth, there was a clash of heads and a cut opened up around the left eye of Centeno. The ringside doctor took a look at the cut and the fight was stopped. The cut did not appear to be that serious. Williams was very upset over the stoppage.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by anonymous2.0 on 09-13-2013

The ND shouldn't harm Williams, it was obvious his stock only went up, Centeno though is the one that quit

Comment by Levity on 09-13-2013

Centeno *****ed out.

Comment by blak81 on 09-13-2013

Comment by rzagza on 09-13-2013

Centeno stinks. Was a matter of time before he was exposed. Julian Williams is a good young fighter.

Comment by Pretty Boy Greg on 09-13-2013

What a bunch of bs.

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