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ortiz vs berto 2
« on: May 01, 2016, 07:08:29 pm »
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I didn't watch the other fights except this. It was a good fight, ortiz was actually good the way he was moving and boxing especially those leading punches down the middle that knocked berto out amazing then berto goes on the aggression and then he gets in the upper cut and not lucky but manages to catch him and knock him out.
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Re: ortiz vs berto 2
« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2016, 11:36:25 pm »
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ya ortiz was schooling berto.. then bam out of nowhere, trademark berto uppercut. Then we saw the "questionable" ortiz basically just give up.

sweat redemption for berto.. I was curious to see how he'd fight coming off the mayweather jr fight.. was disappointed early on, since he was getting schooled.

There were a few other good fights on that card, all knockouts.. some brutal ones. On showtime, Badu Jack took on Bute.. total robbery. They called it a draw, but Jack definitely won that fight.