2014 BOXING fight – Mikey Garcia vs Juan Carlos Burgos – fight Video WBO

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Fight rated 2 stars by AllTheBestFights.comReview: 2014-01-25, technical fight but not so spectacular: Mikey Garcia vs Juan Carlos Burgos gets two stars. The undefeated Mikey Garcia (real name Miguel Angel Garcia) entered this fight with a perfect record of 33-0-0 (28 KOs=85%) and he is ranked as the No.1 super featherweight in the world while Juan Carlos Burgos has an official record of 30-1-2 (20 knockouts) and he entered as the No.22 in the same weight class, his only loss came to Hozumi Hasegawa in 2010 but both his last two fights ended in a draw, one against Roman Martinez (who instead was deafeated by Mikey Garcia) and the other one against Yakubu Amidu. Garcia vs Burgos is valid for the WBO super featherweight title (Garcia’s first defense). Watch the video and rate this fight!

 

 

Date: 2014-01-25

Where: Madison Square Garden Theater, New York, USA

Division: super featherweight (130 lbs, 59.0 kg)

Title: WBO super featherweight title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Mikey Garcia def. Juan Carlos Burgos (unanimous decision, 118-110, 118-110, 119-109)

 

Garcia’s previous fight: Mikey Garcia vs Roman Martinez

Burgos’ previous fight: Juan Carlos Burgos vs Yakubu Amidu

Garcia’s next fight: Mikey Garcia vs Elio Rojas

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Video:
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3 thoughts on “2014 BOXING fight – Mikey Garcia vs Juan Carlos Burgos – fight Video WBO”

  1. You really are brawl minded in this web… is very sad.

    This was an EXCELLENT technical match, with plenty of dodging, parrying, and precise counterpunching. If you can´t see the high value in that, you don´t understand Boxing at all.

    I just hope that the users vote this bout with 4 or 5 stars.

    1. Yes, the technical accomplishment is one thing. Entertainment is another thing entirely.

      It’s an OK fight from a fan’s perspective, made dull by Burgos’s decision to go into survival mode just past the middle and by the close similarity in styles — careful, precise, measured, dispassionate.

      it just never becomes very compelling.

      1. See what I mean? You said:

        “Yes, the technical accomplishment is one thing. Entertainment is another thing entirely.”

        So, a technical fighter can´t entertain?

        I guess that if we talk about Mayweather everybody is going to start kissing his a*s and call him “the best technical fighter and entertainer ever”.

        This kind of “defensive fighter” bias need to stop.

        Just watch the first 3 rounds, almost every punch was blocked, parried or countered, and the counter was blocked parried or countered again.

        Like I said, if you can see the high skills involved in this particular fight and find them entertaining you are just a brawl minded fan, and don´t take ofence.

        I agree with you if we talk about Rigondeaux and almost every Cuban boxer. They are the definition of the most boring and skillful fighters. Not Gamboa, the exception to the rule.

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