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Jan 27th
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boxing_art_05Juan Manuel Marquez vs. Juan Diaz 2
I don’t see much Diaz can do differently, except stay on his feet, out of pride.  I believe he will do just that.  The early lead he jumped out to last time will also be missing, as Marquez will be looking to capitalize on a speed edge after being the slower man against Mayweather.  Marquez by wider, unanimous decision, in a fight less exciting than the first, but still with some tense moments for both.
Timothy Bradley vs. Luis Abregu
Two unbeaten prospects in a row for Bradley… this time it’s a bigger man, also.  He is taking no soft touches, which will endear him to fans.  I don’t see a different result here than any of Bradley’s last several fights.  He is not a puncher, but is a superior talent.  A few well-timed counters will put Abregu in his place.  Bradley by unanimous decision.
Juan Manuel Lopez vs. Bernabe Concepcion
He’s Filipino, and he is trained By Freddie Roach, but the similarities with Pacquiao end there for Concepcion .  He will make things interesting for a time, but Lopez can box, as well as slug, and will make his superior ability felt within 7 or 8 rounds.  Lopez by decision or late round TKO.
Alfredo Angulo vs. Joachim Alcine
While holding his own with Travis Simms was impressive, any guy getting one-punched by Daniel Santos is likely to have a hard time with “El Perro”.  Alcine enjoys a height advantage here, and that will keep him in control for a while; perhaps even gain him a lead, but he will be gradually chopped down, Joel Julio-style.  Angulo by stoppage in the 10th round.

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