Antonio Margarito, Miguel Flores And The Rest Of The Week’s Boxing Schedule

Antonio Margarito’s weird eye is about to get hit some more this weekend. There’s not much happening beyond that. (photo via) Antonio Margarito vs Ramon Alvarez, Saturday, beIN Sports, Mexico. The health and safety standards for boxing south of the border aren’t that hot, so Margarito fights for the second time in his comeback down in his home country of Mexico. Although his...
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August 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Antonio Margarito Gets Dropped, Still Wins By UD (Video)

After a nearly four year absence from the ring, the ‘Tijuana Tornado’ Antonio Margarito made his return to the ring at the Arena Mexico in Mexico City. Despite a 6th round knockdown, Margarito survived to win by unanimous decision against Jorge Paez Jr. Judges final scores 95-94, 97-93 and 96-93. With no real hand speed and barely enough in the tank to lift him past his journeyman...
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March 07, 2016  |  Discuss

Antonio Margarito, Luis Ortiz, Julian Williams And The Rest Of The Week’s Boxing Schedule

No, it’s not the Eye of Sauron, it’s just Antonio Margarito. Don’t worry, though, the eye is TOTALLY HEALTHY according to Mexican doctors, and Margarito has been cleared to fight on Saturday night. That sordid affair won’t be the only fight on this week, though. The other names in the headline are in action on HBO and Showtime, and there are a few other lesser bouts too...
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March 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Full fight videos: Martinez vs. Chavez Jr., Cotto vs. Margarito II

In advance of the Miguel Cotto vs. Sergio Martinez world middleweight championship match, HBO Boxing has released the full fight videos of some of their recent encounters. This includes Sergio Martinez vs. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., and Miguel Cotto vs. Antonio Margarito II. You can watch both of those full fights right here. In Martinez vs. Chavez, the champ, Maravilla, dominated...
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June 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Martinez: “My loss to Margarito … best thing that happened”

MIAMI, FL - Although he struggles his label as the ‘B’ side in the upcoming  bout against Miguel Cotto, Sergio Martinez has little difficulty in candidly sharing  some of his career lows. In HBO’s most recent blog post, Martinez is asked about his loss against Antonio Margarito and how he foresaw his career in the aftermath. ***** Martinez – After your loss to Margarito...
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May 28, 2014  |  Discuss

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