Amir Khan Vs Marcos Maidana

December 12, 2010 by staff 

Amir Khan Vs Marcos Maidana, Amir Khan UD-12 Marcos Maidana Khan retained his WBA belt scores of 114-111, 114-111 and 113-112. It was a terrible fight, not so much because everything was that even (I had a wider 115-110 for Khan), but because we saw two guys and just about anything they can do, and all the defects they have displayed in 36 minutes. Khan (24-1, 17 KO) looked sensation from the start, even floor Maidana (29-2, 27 KO) with a body blow brutal combo in the first round. The shots were wicked, and his face showed pain Maidana. He doubled over and went down. But he rose, and relentlessly chasing Khan after walking through the best pictures of Amir Khan perfectly Maidana finally cracked in the 10th round, which led to three minutes of flickering Amir Khan survived the attack. If you missed this fight, take a replay. I and many, many more on it. There is tons of talk this fight. St. PeWe’ll have much more on the fight tonight with the broaderanlysis, but for now, here’s a quick n ‘dirty overview and some brief comments. It was a hell of a night of boxing. And do not forget to consult the summary of Frank Warren extravaganza in Liverpool earlier.
Cristian Mijares UD-12 Juan Alberto Rosas: Mijares (41-6-2, 18 KOs) completes a return of three consecutive defeats in 2008-09, winning the IBF super flyweight belt against Rosas (32-6, 26 KO). Reportedly, it was a terrible shock style. After a few rounds where Mijares Outboxes Rosas combination with perforation, as Rosas tried to cut the ring, Mijares is mounted on his bike for the rest of the fight, throwing punches with little intention, but winning rounds simply because Rosas could not catch him.

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