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Matthew Aguilar
Longtime boxing columnist & sportswriter. Inductee El Paso Boxing Hall of Fame. Member . Voter .
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Lozza 51m
Replying to @MatthewAguilar5
DEVASTATING FINISH!
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Matthew Aguilar 48m
Anthony Joshua officially enters the heavyweight sweepstakes. This division hasn’t been this interesting in years.
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Matthew Aguilar 50m
Tremendous effort by Povetkin. How did he get up? I had him winning by two points at the time of the sudden stoppage.
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Matthew Aguilar 52m
Round 7: Joshua explodes with a right hand, puts Povetkin down with a vicious flurry. Gets up, but ref stops fight. Anthony Joshua wins by TKO.
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Matthew Aguilar 55m
Round 6: Joshua lands big right hand, controls with his jab. His round. Povetkin up 58-56.
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Matthew Aguilar 59m
Round 5: Povetkin fighting beautiful fight, left hooks, uppercuts. He’s up 49-46.
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Round 4: Joshua jabbing but missing. Povetkin good defense, moving forward, fighting his fight. Povetkin up 39-37.
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Matthew Aguilar 1h
Round 3: Povetkin Lansing with overhand rights and left hooks. Showing good defense. He’s up 29-28.
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Matthew Aguilar 1h
Round 2: Povetkin lands a right early but Joshua comes back to control round w jab. All even at 19.
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Matthew Aguilar 1h
Round 1: Joshua wins most of round w jab and body work but Povetkin hurts Joshua with an uppercut. Povetkin s round.
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Matthew Aguilar 1h
Povetkin kinda looks like Jon Gruden...
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Matthew Aguilar 1h
Replying to @snboxing
Which HBO used in its preview of Leonard-Hagler (wasn’t 1987 awesome?)
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Oh. Didn’t hear that one.
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Matthew Aguilar 2h
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You mean the 60s?
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Evan McMullin 19h
Some say that messages of unity don’t sell in times of polarization and tribalism like ours, but Beto is proving otherwise. There is, in fact, tremendous hunger in America for leaders who unite, not divide, and who call on us to put country before party.
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Replying to @KBouhairie
It’s more of a county than a kingdom...
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Nigel Collins 10h
In my opinion Sugar Shane was at his very best at lightweight.
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Evan Korn 3h
Back in the day, a fight b/t Prince Charles Williams and Merqui Sosa was stopped because of the punishment both guys were taking. This fight should be stopped for the opposite reason.
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Matthew Aguilar 2h
Nothing against Brian Kenny - a solid, polished pro - but a smart hire for would’ve been former blow-by-blow man Steve Albert. His voice is still recognizable to fight fans and he brought a flair for the dramatic.
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