Hey no little league/nascar/volleyball/cup stacking/spelling bee in the way. Should start on time!
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Alrighty, here we go with the ESPN's FNF card, Teddy Atlas and Joe Tessitore calling the action from Montreal, Canada. First up - Eleider Alvarez vs. Rayco Saunders, 8 light heavyweights.
(check out those ring girls in Montreal)
A few Newcastle Brown Ales are on my menu tonight.
Evening gents. Beer me! Nice action this weekend.
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Good opener, Alvarez and Saunders look like they're both in shape, have some skills, and are ready to rumble.
Waiting for Alvarez to drop that there right hand. On a side note he resembles a hulked up Juan urango and Tito
Strange watching Saunders back up Alvarez when he wants to.
Looks like saunders gonna get ko'd
Not a very entertaining fight so far, i'd say Alvarez is winning most of the rounds by being busier.
Alvarez is playing along, waiting to me. I gave that one to Saunders, after I took it from Alvarez
This is usually the kind of fight we get, when they're touting someone as a power puncher.
More intensity from Alvarez to start 5th. Good dictate.
Saunders shows up to not get hurt, go some rounds, lose as expected, and pick up the paycheck.
I honestly think if Saunders let his hands go more tonight he could have made this a real fight.
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