Who really won between Mayweather and Maidana?

Mayweather clearly won. He actually landed the cleaner punches - 66.7%
Maidana did because he threw so many more punches, even though most didn't land - 22.2%
It was a draw. Maidana was too busy and Mayweather was more accurate - 11.1%

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Jemyma Beltrain Tiana Caverley8 courtesy of Mary Ann Owen


Mike Sloan – Dennis Warner’s In Sync Productions returned to the Plaza Hotel in downtown Las Vegas on Sunday with a ten-bout card of fighting action. Most of the bouts were Muay Thai rules and the action was intense throughout, anchored by Jemyma Betrian winning a five round unanimous decision over Tiana Caverly.


Giorgio Petrosyan with check courtesy of Ben Pontier-GLORY


Mike Sloan – Giorgio Petrosyan was the favorite entering this weekend’s Glory 3 card in Rome, Italy. When the smoke cleared from inside the Palalottomatica, there was no disputing why the Armenian-Italian was picked by most to win the ‘Final 8’ 154 lb. tournament.


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Mike Sloan – The Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino wasn’t nearly as rowdy as the last few LionFight Muay Thai cards held in the venue. All that changed once underdog Eddie Walker flattened popular Joe Schilling with a perfect right cross in the second round.


Jordan Watson kicks Mustapha Haida horizontal courtesy of Ben Pontier-GLORY.png


Mike Sloan – Aside from the spectacular eight-man tournament that anchored the Glory 3 card inside the Palalottomatica in Rome, Italy, the event was buoyed by two competitive and entertaining super fights. Featuring four men who easily could have been slotted within the main tournament, both of the featured matches went the distance, each with enough action to keep the capacity crowd on its toes.


002 Bonjasky

PRESS RELEASE (Oct. 6, 2012) – Three years away from the ring. Three years in which Remy Bonjasky had grown older while the new generation of prospects ripened and matured into the contenders of today. The question hanging over this fight was whether Bonjasky can hang with the prime young men of the heavyweight division - and the answer was “Yes.”


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