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Photos: Provodnikov Drops Plenty of Bombs on Castillo

Moscow, Russia - Former WBO junior welterweight champion Ruslan Provodnikov had little to no trouble in overwhelming 40-year-old Mexican veteran Jose Luis Castillo, who previously held the WBC title at 135-pounds and was once considered to be one of the most feared boxers in the sport. The fight took place at 147-pounds.

Provodnikov went right after Castillo from the opening bell and veteran stood his ground to exchange. In the past, exchanging punches with Castillo was a very dangerous option to choose, but Provodnikov was able to walk through his shots to land many of his own.

Finally Castillo has breaking down in the fifth and went down from a barrage of hard shots. He made it up and went right back down as he made some type of motion to the referee, who stepped in to save him from further punishment.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Teetotaler on 12-01-2014

[QUOTE=TyrantT316;15147447]The image selection suggests Castillo beat him up but got caught with one punch and lost...lol[/QUOTE] Haha ur on point with this comment

Comment by UTEP on 11-30-2014

Prime Castillo would mop the floor with him.

Comment by KillaMane26 on 11-30-2014

that whole PPV, Main event "BOMBED"

Comment by Daylyt on 11-30-2014

[IMG]http://www.boxingscene.com/uploads/84827/provodnikov-castillo%20(2).JPG[/IMG] War Castillo.

Comment by TyrantT316 on 11-30-2014

The image selection suggests Castillo beat him up but got caught with one punch and lost...lol

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