Found May 09, 2012 on The Queensbury Rules:
Wow, there’s not much going on this Doce de Mayo weekend. Maybe that’s because Doce de Mayo isn’t actually a Mexican holiday, it just means 12th of May in Spanish. What has this got to do with the video above? Or the boxing schedule for that matter? Very little, though that violent video is rather mesmerising. Like I said, there ain’t much on. This biggest fight of the weekend is probably the third fight between Brian Viloria and Omar Nino. Brian Viloria vs. Omar Nino, Saturday, Integrated Sports Pay-Per-View, Pasig City Phillipines. Coming off his first flyweight title defence against Giovani Segura, Viloria finally gets a rematch of two 2006 fights with Mexico’s Omar Nino, which ended in a points defeat and a controversial no contest. Both fights were very fun, with the two then-junior flyweights alternating between boxing and brawling. Viloria (30-3) is powerful but not without technique, nor the ability to throw punches in bunches. He’s carried his pop up a divi...

Vicente Escobedo takes on Juan Ruiz

Saturday from the Woodland Community Senior Center in Woodland, CA, super featherweight contender Vicente Escobedo takes on Juan Ruiz in a 10-round bout. Escobedo, who will be fighting in his hometown, has been a contender at super featherweight and lightweight for some time and recently has been mentioned to be in the running to get a crack at Adrien Broner's super featherweight...

Vicente Escobedo returns this weekend

After making his hometown debut in March with a blistering first round knockout win over Lonnie Smith, top junior lightweight contender Vicente Escobedo will look to keep that momentum going in the same venue on Saturday, May 12 as he takes on Santa Clarita's Juan Ruiz in the 10 round "Sólo Boxeo Tecate" main event at the Woodland Community Center in Woodland...

Final presser quotes Brian Viloria vs. Omar Nino Romero III

The final press conference for Saturday night's "Island Assault 4: The Battle" pay-per-view-event, featuring Brian "Hawaiian Punch" Viloria vs. Omar Nino Romero III, live from Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines. Right here, find a collection of notes and quotes from the Viloria-Romero III press conference. Credit: Integrated Sports...

Viloria vs. Romero headlines PPV card

Three-time world champion Brian Viloria (30-3, 16 KOs) defends his WBO flyweight belt against two-time champion, Omar Nino Romero (31-4-2, 13 KOs) on Sunday, May 13 from the Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines. The fight, along with a co-feature of Julio Cesar Miranda (37-6-1, 29 KOs) and Rodel Mayol (30-5-2, 22 KOs), will be shown live in the United States...

ISLAND ASSAULT 4 : THE BATTLE Brian Viloria vs. Omar Nino Romero III WBO Flyweight Championship Manila, Philippines Saturday, May 12, 2012 Live on Pay Per View – 9:00 PM/ET 6:00PM/PT

Saturday, May 12, 2012 Live on Pay Per View - 9:00 PM/ET 6:00PM/PT
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