Saturday, March 19, backs the Ultimate Fighting Championship (128) with the main event Mauricio “Shogun” Rua vs Jon Jones. Both are among the top 10 mma fighters in the Light Heavyweight division, Rua hasn’t fought for almost a year (UFC 113), while Jones has fought just a month and a half ago, defeating Ryan Bader. It is not easy to predict the result of the fight between Shogun and Jones (valid for the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship) since the U.S., despite not having too much experience is a tough fighter and is younger than six years. But the UFC 128 could be very exciting thanks to the first fight in 2011 of Urijah Faber that fights against Eddie Wineland, thanks to the the undefeated Kamal Shalorus that will face Jim Miller and the always spectacular Mirko Cro Cop Filipovic versus
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The number one of the ranking in the super middleweight division Lucian Bute will fight, Saturday, March 19, against Brian Magee. We imagine a win not too hard for Bute, Rumanian undefeated boxer who will defend his IBF super middleweight title against Magee, English boxer who will fight for the first time overseas (each time that he has faced some very good boxer he lost). On the same evening, in another fight that could be spectacular, Renan St Juste will fight versus Alejandro Berrio. This night will be broadcast on Showtime Boxing: Saturday, March 19, 10PM ET / PT.
Finally, Saturday, March 19, Vitali Klitschko will fight against an opponent worthy of a world title: Odlanier Solis. Klitschko doesn’t lost since 2003, when he was defeated by Lennox Lewis and he also lost the WBC heavyweight title, which Klitschko regained against Corrie Sanders a year later. Vitali has, however, almost 40 years and he will fight against the Cuban Solis (30 years old), undefeated as a professional boxer and three time gold medalist at the World Amateur Boxing Championships (once at the Olympics). Will the end of the Ukrainian champion come?
On the same evening another interesting fight will be
‘Best of Boxing’, is the annual ranking of the best boxing fights of the year 2002, matches rated by AllTheBestFights.
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Review: 2002-11-16, Erik Morales vs Paulie Ayala was certainly one of the best boxing fights of 2002. Erik “El Terrible” Morales had just lost his first fight and the WBC featherweight title against Marco Antonio Barrera, but he chose an opponent not very easy: Paulie Ayala. For Ayala was the first fight in the featherweight division but he was one of the strongest boxers of that time, who had lost only once (against Joichiro Tatsuyoshi in Japan) but who had already won several world titles in the bantam and super bantam division. Watch the video!
Review: Mateusz Masternak vs Ali Ismailov was not such an exciting fight but it is very interesting to see Masternak at work, a young Polish boxer (he was born in 1987) who fights in an intelligent and technical way and has also a good power (16 Ko on 22 wins). The kings of the cruiserswheight division will have to be careful…Watch the video!
Review: the best fight of the Bellator 36 has been Patricky Freire vs Rob McCullough. Freire dominates the first round, leading to the ground McCullough, but the american fighter always seems calm, and in fact in the last seconds turns the tables. In the second round, which for us ends in a draw, the two fighters prefer to fight standing, throwing heavy punches…four stars for the fight between ‘Pitbull’ Freire and Rob McCullough – Bellator 36. Watch the video!