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  • The #caneloggg2 out performed “The Fight Of The Century” of #mayweatherpacquiao 👊🏼 this past weekend the fortunate of us to witness enjoyed the great bout! ————————————————————————————————————————————————
What would #boxingfans want to see a trilogy of #CaneloGolovkin or the rematch #MayweatherPacquiao 👊🏼
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-@Justbox12 ✅ #behappywatchboxing
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  • The #caneloggg2 out performed “The Fight Of The Century” of #mayweatherpacquiao 👊🏼 this past weekend the fortunate of us to witness enjoyed the great bout! ————————————————————————————————————————————————
    What would #boxingfans want to see a trilogy of #CaneloGolovkin or the rematch #MayweatherPacquiao 👊🏼
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    -@Justbox12#behappywatchboxing
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  • Featherweight world titlist Leo Santa Cruz came into his defense against late replacement Rafael Rivera on Saturday night as a massive favorite and talking about possible major fights he has his eyes on. But Santa Cruz also insisted he would not overlook Rivera, and that showed in his dominant performance. He put on a clinic in a one-sided unanimous decision victory in the main event of a Premier Boxing Champions card on Fox before 5,137 at the Microsoft Theater at L.A. Live in Los Angeles. All three judges scored the bout 119-109 for Santa Cruz, a three-division titleholder, who retained his 126-pound belt for the third time. ESPN scored it a 120-108 shutout for Santa Cruz, whose father and trainer, Jose Santa Cruz, was in his corner but continues to fight bone cancer, which he was diagnosed with in 2016. Santa Cruz, who is known for his epic punch output, threw the second-most punches of his 12-plus-year career. The most was 1,350 against Vusi Malinga when he won a vacant bantamweight world title in 2012. "I gave my best. I did what I could. I would love to give a lot better, but Rafael is a tough opponent," said Santa Cruz, who moved to 15-1 in world title fights. "He's really tough. I got him to the body really good; he didn't go down. I got him to the head. He's a tough fighter." Santa Cruz now is looking forward to what he hopes will be a big fight next. He wants a unification fight and also has said he would move up to junior lightweight to look for a title in a fourth weight class if a unification bout eludes him at featherweight. "I want to unify the belts against anybody, the champions Oscar Valdez, Gary Russell, Josh Warrington, even a third fight against (former titlist) Carl Frampton," Santa Cruz said. "Any of those fights, I want them." Whomever he fights, he plans to be more active after fighting only once in 2018. "[I will be back in] June or July," Santa Cruz said. "I want to be back and hopefully fight three times this year against the best in the division." News Credit: ESPN/Dan Rafael
#LeoSantaCruz #RafaelRivera
#AlHaymon #PremierBoxing 
#PBCOnFOX #SantaCruzRivera
  • Featherweight world titlist Leo Santa Cruz came into his defense against late replacement Rafael Rivera on Saturday night as a massive favorite and talking about possible major fights he has his eyes on. But Santa Cruz also insisted he would not overlook Rivera, and that showed in his dominant performance. He put on a clinic in a one-sided unanimous decision victory in the main event of a Premier Boxing Champions card on Fox before 5,137 at the Microsoft Theater at L.A. Live in Los Angeles. All three judges scored the bout 119-109 for Santa Cruz, a three-division titleholder, who retained his 126-pound belt for the third time. ESPN scored it a 120-108 shutout for Santa Cruz, whose father and trainer, Jose Santa Cruz, was in his corner but continues to fight bone cancer, which he was diagnosed with in 2016. Santa Cruz, who is known for his epic punch output, threw the second-most punches of his 12-plus-year career. The most was 1,350 against Vusi Malinga when he won a vacant bantamweight world title in 2012. "I gave my best. I did what I could. I would love to give a lot better, but Rafael is a tough opponent," said Santa Cruz, who moved to 15-1 in world title fights. "He's really tough. I got him to the body really good; he didn't go down. I got him to the head. He's a tough fighter." Santa Cruz now is looking forward to what he hopes will be a big fight next. He wants a unification fight and also has said he would move up to junior lightweight to look for a title in a fourth weight class if a unification bout eludes him at featherweight. "I want to unify the belts against anybody, the champions Oscar Valdez, Gary Russell, Josh Warrington, even a third fight against (former titlist) Carl Frampton," Santa Cruz said. "Any of those fights, I want them." Whomever he fights, he plans to be more active after fighting only once in 2018. "[I will be back in] June or July," Santa Cruz said. "I want to be back and hopefully fight three times this year against the best in the division." News Credit: ESPN/Dan Rafael
    #LeoSantaCruz #RafaelRivera
    #AlHaymon #PremierBoxing
    #PBCOnFOX #SantaCruzRivera
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