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Boxing In America: Weekend Results

Not a bad last couple of days in The States, and we kick off this report at Mile Hight Stadium in Denver, CO where on Saturday undefeated light welter Mike Alvarado, 25-0 (18), dramatically stopped the very tough Emmanuel Clottey, 24-9 (14), in the tenth and final round in an important bout.

The undercard saw lightweight Robert Frankel, 27-9-1 (4), post a ten round UD over Ricardo Dominiquez, 26-5-2 (15).

The Blue Horizon in Philadelphia, PA played host to welterweight Mike Jones, 17-0 (15), and his win over Dario Esalas, 31-16 (25), by second round KO for the NABA title.

At the Valencia Ballroom in York, PA, promising featherweight Carney Bowman, 13-0 (5), outpointed Jesus Salvador Perez, 25-24-3 (14), after eight rounds.

On Friday, the action moved down south as Colombian southpaw light welter Oscar Leon, 28-9 (18), reversed a five bout losing streak with an eight round UD over Ira Terry, 21-2 (12), at the Mahi Shrine Temple in Miami, FL.

On the undercard, Cuban southpaw bantam Yan Barthelemy, 7-1 (1), came back from his first career loss to stop Pedro Rincon Miranda, 30-15-2 (25), in the third frame.

At Trotter Convention Center in Colombus, MS, 2008 US Olympic medal winner Deontay Wilder, 2-0 (2), defeated Shannon Gray, 1-1 (0), by first round KO.

Memorial Hall in Plymouth, MA saw welterweight Jason Pires, 22-3 (9), outpoint Louie Leija, 21-10-1 (15), after eight rounds while welter Paul Delgado, 20-8-1 (4), posted a majority decision against Sebastien Hamel, 10-17-1 (1), also in an eight rounder.

At Spirit Mountain Casino in Salem, OR, former IBF Super Feather Champ Steve Forbes, 34-7 (10), shook off losses to Oscar De La Hoya and Andre Berto in 2008 to finish light welter Jason Davis, 11-3-1 (3), in three rounds.

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