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Ricardo Alvarez vs Sergio Thompson SECONDSOUT

Lightweight contender Ricardo Alvarez had a much harder time than he had hoped for when late replacement Sergio Thompson stepped in for Omar Figueroa. Alvarez, whose brother “Canelo” was the star of the evening, probably would have benefited by opting out off of the card because on Saturday night, he was pounded for ten rounds and lost a unanimous decision.

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2013 was a tremendous year for the sport of boxing. While it’ll unlikely go down in history ranked among the best calendar year ever – too many old dinosaurs holding on to the “glory days” will always scoff at anything that occurs past 1965 – this past year was remarkable. When looking back on 2013 as a whole, it clearly ranks among one of the best in memory in terms of the action inside the ring.

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When Timothy Bradley was awarded a decision win over Manny Pacquiao last June, the overwhelming majority of the boxing world erupted into chaos. Most thought that Bradley won only a handful of rounds against the Filipino superstar; to give him the overall nod was deemed ludicrous. That wasn’t the case on Saturday in Las Vegas when he handed Juan Manuel Marquez a loss via split decision.

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