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The official weigh-ins for the Abner Mares vs. Anselmo Moreno headlined Showtime Championship Boxing card were held today. Right here, find a huge collection of Mares vs. Moreno weigh-in photos, along with the official weigh-in results, videos and notes from the proceedings, and more. Take a look.
Mares vs. Moreno weigh-in photos
SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING – 10:00 p.m. ET/PT (Delayed on the West Coast)
ABNER MARES – 121.8 Pounds
ANSELMO MORENO – 120.8 Pounds
LEO SANTA CRUZ – 117.6 Pounds
VICTOR ZALETA – 117 Pounds
ALFREDO ANGULO – 154 Pounds
RAUL CASAREZ – 153.8 Pounds
SHOWTIME EXTREME – 8:00 p.m. ET/PT (Delayed on the West Coast)
NATHAN CLEVERLY – 174.4 Pounds
SHAWN HAWK – 173.8 Pounds
ANTONIO OROZCO – 141 Pounds
DANNY ESCOBAR – 141.4 Pounds
Mares vs. Moreno, a 12-round battle for Mares’ WBC Super Bantamweight World Championship taking place on November 10 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, is promoted by Golden Boy Promotions and sponsored by
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Abner Mares attacked relentlessly on the way to a unanimous decision over Anselmo Moreno on Saturday night, defending his WBC 122-pound title and handing Moreno his first defeat in a decade.
Leo Santa Cruz also defended his IBF bantamweight title, stopping Victor Zaleta in the ninth round of a brutal fight on a thoroughly entertaining card at Staples Center.
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LOS ANGELES – Before an unknown number of fans at the Staples Center, a series of solid, entertaining bouts sent sweat flying and the sound of leather ringing through the rafters. Some of the excitement was anticipated, some not. And some of it delivered in ways that participants will likely remember just about every time they’re in front of a mirror for the next...
It's too bad that there are just a handful of fights each year as true and right as Abner Mares vs. Anselmo Moreno, due on Showtime Saturday after a prolonged tease that never looked like it would come to climax.
And if not for a needless, endless war between promoters Golden Boy and Top Rank, we might not have even got it; Mares, a Golden Boy fighter, would rather be facing...
Tripleheader This Saturday LIVE On SHOWTIME (10:00 P.M. ET/PT) From STAPLES Center In Los Angeles.
All six fighters squaring off in Saturday’s tripleheader at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles participated in a final press conference on Wednesday to discuss the highly anticipated Showtime card this weekend, highlighted by Abner Mares vs. Anselmo Moreno, and also featuring Leo Santa Cruz, Alfredo Angulo, and on the undercard, Nathan Cleverly. Take a look at what everyone had to say...
Full weigh in videos and weight from Los Angeles, CA Abner Mares 121.8 vs. Anselmo Moreno 120.8 (WBC super bantamweight championship) Leo Santa Cruz 117.6 vs. Victor Zaleta 117 (IBF bantamweight championship) Nathan Cleverly 174.4 vs. Shawn Hawk 173.8 (WBO light heavyweight championship) Alfredo Angulo 154 vs. Raul Casarez 153.8
Does the winner get Abner Mares? Fight fans can only pray.
Full results from Los Angeles, CA Abner Mares vs. Anselmo Moreno (WBC super bantamweight championship) Leo Santa vs. Victor Zaleta (IBF bantamweight championship) Nathan Cleverly def Shawn Hawk via TKO in R8 Alfredo Angulo def. Raul Casarez via KO in R1 Antonio Orozco def. Danny Escobar via TKO in R6
Leo Santa Cruz and Alfredo Angulo Notch KO Wins
Abner Mares defended his WBC Super Bantamweight World Title with a 12-round unanimous decision victory in the main event of Saturday’s Showtime telecast in front of 6,341 of his hometown fans at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles.
Referee Raul Caiz Jr., immediately had his hands full in the wildly entertaining opening round that saw Moreno...