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Ricardo “Piolo” Castillo: Baby Bro Can Fight.

On June 22, 2005, the main event of Telefutura’s “Solo Boxeo” boxing series featured lightweight monster Jose Luis Castillo’s younger brother, Ricardo “Piolo” Castillo taking on the always dangerous Edel “Cuate” Ruiz for the Mexican super bantamweight title. Ruiz, who happens to be the twin brother of 118-pound contender Heriberto …

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Forrest Takes Rios Out.

Of the twenty-seven punches Vernon "Viper" Forrest landed in less than two rounds of action in the opening bout of the televised action at the MGM Grand on Saturday night in Las Vegas, the last two were more than enough to end Sergio Rios' night early. The final combination to …

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Freitas Stops Salazar in Brazil.

Taking very little chance in his return to the ring, Acelino "Popo" Freitas stopped thirty-eight-year-old Panamanian journeyman Fabian Salazar inside of a minute in a lightweight battle on Saturday. The fight, held in Freitas' home of Salvador, Brazil, held absolutely no suspense, as Freitas bulled forward throwing haymakers in the …

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Carlos Quintana Remains Undefeated.

The main event of ESPN's Tuesday Night Fight's boxing series featured undefeated Puerto Rican welterweight prospect Carlos "El Indio" Quintana (20-0-0 with 16 KOs dismantling tough but outgunned Francisco "Pancho Azul" Campos (18-4-1 with 10 KOs). What started off as a slow fight, as the first two rounds were not …

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World Boxing Round-up.

News and Results from the Last Week’s Fight Game. OK, it's quiz time! What do a World Darts champion, an ex-British and Commonwealth heavyweight boxing champion and this writer have in common? Do you give up? We all went to Eaglesfield School in South London. Yes, it's well known as …

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Mayweather Dismantles Gatti as the 140-pound Division Continues to Change Dramatically.

Many felt Floyd Mayweather's pre-fight boast that he would easily take Arturo Gatti apart to be a typical arrogant, egotistical statement but that's exactly what the now three- weight world champion achieved last night at Atlantic City's Boardwalk Hall. While the fight itself ended in a stoppage by Gatti's corner …

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