Found April 21, 2012 on The Queensbury Rules: Yardbarker Blogger Network
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(Adonis Stevenson; credit, Nina Michele le Floch)Albert Mensah vs. Mick Katsidis was an intravenous injection to keep us from slipping into some kind of hopelessly catatonic state last week on Friday Night Fights, and this week's match up was like a booster shot to make sure last week's treatment took. The aftermath of weeks of crappy ESPN matchmaking made us feel like nobody who'd graced our television sets before chucked like a Katsidis. But who does? The guy's a tough act to follow, win or lose. Even a week later. But if mismatches is what we get, then the favorites should deliver with results that thrill. They missed the mark a bit this week, and even managed to deliver a helping of controversy in two of the three televised fights broadcast from the Bell Centre in Montreal. The main even this week lasted slightly longer than it takes for LeBron James to score about 20 points (five minutes), but fueled some banter among boxing fans as Adonis Stevenson, ...
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