Who will win between Jose Aldo and Chad Mendes in their rematch?

Aldo. He's the pound-for-pound best and his first win over Mendes was no fluke. - 25%
Mendes. He would've won that first fight if he didn't get knocked out so early! - 75%
Neither. This fight will be a draw because both guys are equally skilled. - 0%

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These duds failed miserably to live up to the hype and expectations


Hardcore or casual, every single type of fight fan has to suffer through at least one: matchups between two elite-level fighters that are hyped up to be the second coming of Graziano-Zale, Corrales-Castillo and Gatti-Ward all balled into one, only to massively disappoint.



Australian Daniel Geale was in the minority in that he was convinced he’d topple the unbeaten wrecking machine that is Gennady “GGG” Golovkin. Not many -- if any -- agreed with him, but he was steadfast in his confidence. As it turned out, the overwhelming majority was correct as Golovkin flattened him with a single right hand in the third round.


Mayweather v Maidana 2 courtesy of Estehr Lin

Coming into the ballyhooed rematch between Floyd Mayweather Jr., and Marcos Maidana, most boxing experts expected a one-sided drubbing at the hands of the world’s pound-for-pound king. Some believed that Mayweather was going to teach his Argentinean adversary a lesson and stop him this time around. As it turned out, Mayweather not only didn’t obliterate Maidana, he was almost knocked out.


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Inside the hallowed grounds of New York City's Madison Square Garden, thousands of rabid Miguel Cotto fans were hoping that their hero would pull off the upset against reigning middleweight champion Sergio Martinez.