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Photos: Marcos Maidana Resurfaces in The United States

SAN ANTONIO - Former two-division world champion Marcos Maidana has been inactive since September of 2014. The fighter has been relaxing back home in Argentina and spending his hard earned money from the back to back fights with Floyd Mayweather Jr.

On Saturday night, he was present in the state of Texas to support his younger brother - rising prospect Fabian Maidana (10-0, 7 KOs) - who scored a seventh-round technical knockout victory over Jorge Maysonet Jr. (13-2, 11 KOs) Saturday night in the main event of Premier Boxing Champions on NBCSN from the Scottish Rite Auditorium in San Antonio. Photos by Ryan Greene.

Maidana vs Maysonet_07_23_2016_Fight_Ryan Greene _ Premier Boxing Champions 
The Argentine-slugger overcame a slow start and a first-round bloody nose for a sensational one-sided beat-down of the Puerto Rican brawler Maysonet, who failed to answer the bell for the seventh round of Saturday's main event.
Referee Rafael Ramos, acting on the advice of Maysonet's corner, called the fight as Maidana dominated the punch stats with a 60-22 advantage in overall punches, 49-15 in power shots, and 11-7 in jabs.

Maidana vs Maysonet_07_23_2016_Fight_Ryan Greene _ Premier Boxing Champions(1)
Maysonet came to fight and pressed Maidana from the beginning, eventually, nailing Maidana with a right hand to the nose that opened up a steady flow of blood.
Sensing the urgency, Maidana stormed back in the second, rocking Maysonet with a right hand, left hook combination with just over 10 seconds to go in a round in which he out-landed Maysonet 12-4 in power shots.
Maidana's kept up a versatile attack in the third round using head movement, stick-and-move tactics and a varied assortment of punches to keep up his advantage over Maysonet.
Maidana turned the match in his favor in the next round, delivering an impressive battering of Maysonet over the final 20 seconds of the round.
The Argentine was even more dominant in the one-sided fifth and sixth rounds, doubling up on his hooks, firing straight rights and landing head-snapping shots that began the demise of a fading Maysonet.

User Comments and Feedback
Comment by La_Vibora on 07-25-2016

Wow! If i saw this guy in the street, i wouldnt even know he was a pro boxer, I would think he was just some fat chump.

Comment by HtotheZ on 07-24-2016

Lmao Maidana looks like some big shot music producer or manager

Comment by fourtheboys96 on 07-24-2016

[QUOTE=Mastrangelo;16893633]When he was active fighter I never understood why they call him "Chino" - but now as he's chubby he indeed has more of an Asian look, somehow.[/QUOTE] Maybe he has Japanese ancestors. There are Japanese immigrants in Argentina (but…

Comment by SouthPawHitman on 07-24-2016

[QUOTE=Redd Foxx;16893650]Yikes, I honestly thought to myself, "Marcos looks great!" Until I looked to the right and tried to figure out who that fat dude was... :ugh: [IMG][/IMG][/QUOTE] Lol yeah they do look similar. I wonder if they are related

Comment by Tago Nang Tago on 07-24-2016

that coat looks comfortabler to wear.

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