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John Duddy vs. Michael Medina
The referee is Robert Chapa – not familiar with any of his work. We’ll see if he’s much of a factor here. There are already a lot of people in attendance.
ROUND 1: They trade body shots early. Now they trade some uppercuts. Duddy gets in a few more good body shots. A good right-left combination from Duddy scores, but Medina comes back with several unanswered jabs to the face. Duddy lands another combination before the bell.
ROUND 2: Duddy with a straight right to the body to start round 2. Medina lands a body shot and a right hand to the head. Another right lands for Medina. Medina gets in an uppercut but takes a right hand. Duddy lands a strong three-punch combination, all to the head. Medina catches Duddy with a big sweeping left hook, but Duddy is undeterred. Duddy targets the body with some hooks and eats a right hand. Duddy catches Medina with some left hooks but takes a better one from Medina. Duddy starts letting his hands go upstairs, ending with a left hook. Medina knocks Duddy’s head back with a jab. A hard exchange ends the round, and it could go either way, though Duddy’s punches seemed to have more of an effect.
ROUND 3: Medina jumps in and lands a left hook but takes a right from Duddy. Duddy follows up with a left hook and a body shot. Duddy is letting his hands go more and having success. Medina lands a big right, followed by a left-right combination. Medina beats Duddy to the punch with a clean right hand. He is having his best round by far. Duddy gets in a right and takes a body shot in return. Duddy lands a good right hand, but Medina clocks him with two better rights toward the end of the round.
ROUND 4: Medina catches Duddy coming in with a right and a body shot. Medina lands a left hook. Medina commits to the body and lands three or four but gets warned for a low blow by Chapa. Duddy lands a left hook and gets out. Duddy pops off three jabs in succession. Duddy gets in a left hook to the chin. Medina walks into a right hand. Duddy seems content to box for now and had a good round doing it.
ROUND 5: Medina’s mouth has been hanging open for a couple rounds now. Medina pops Duddy’s head back with a jab. They continue to box, and Duddy is winning that battle. Medina lands a body shot but takes a right to the head. Medina lands a right and a body shot, but he’s not doing enough. Duddy flurries with chopping shots to the head. Duddy ends the round with a clean right.
ROUND 6: Medina lands a clean right, but Duddy gets away quickly. Another right lands for Medina, but he takes two let hooks from Duddy. Medina lands another good right and goes after Duddy with some left hooks. Duddy jabs the body. Duddy rallies off a seven-punch series, putting Medina on the ropes. Two left hooks land clean, followed by a right. Medina throws back and gets caught with a big left hook. Duddy lands a left hook, then Medina goes after Duddy’s body. They slug to end the round, both men landing nice right hands, but neither is making much of an impression on the other.
ROUND 7: Duddy gets in a left hook, but Medina seems ready to fight again after a more convincing round 6. Duddy lands a right hand, and Chapa gives Medina a second warning for low blows. Medina responds by clipping Duddy with a clean right. Duddy pounds in two left hooks in close quarters. Duddy gets in a right, and another one seems to bend Medina off balance momentarily. Medina scores with a clean right, then lands a big left-right combination that staggers Duddy! Duddy actually wobbles heading back to his corner. That last rally was enough to give Medina the round.
ROUND 8: Duddy comes out and lands the first meaningful shot of the round with a straight right. Medina smacks in a right in return. They almost hit heads, allowing Duddy to start teeing off with some smacking combinations. Duddy knocks Medina’s head back with a jab. Duddy stuffs in some punches on the inside, and Medina starts winging long punches. Medina lands a combination to the body, and Chapa has had enough. He takes a point as the round ends. That hurts Medina’s chances significantly, as he seemed to be losing the round anyway.
ROUND 9: They trade left hooks to start. Jim Lampley is bashing on the lack of defense on Duddy’s part with some classic lines. Medina walks into a big right, and that halted him for the moment. Duddy starts pounding in shots from both hands, and Medina finally seems to be hurt. He’s bleeding from the left cheek. Medina lands a clean right, which does nothing to Duddy. Medina takes some combinations, then chases Duddy and smacks in a right to end the round.
ROUND 10: Medina’s corner all but says he needs a knockout. Duddy’s corner says, “Fight smart, not brave.” Duddy lets his hands go to start. Medina is targeting the body, despite needing to blast Duddy out. He chases Duddy with the jab now. With a minute to go, Medina finally starts head hunting. Back to the body for Medina, then a big uppercut lands. Medina is winning the round on activity but running out of time. They both let their hands go in a brilliant finish to close the show, but neither is hurt from the exchange. They nod to each other at the bell.
Inside Fights scores it 97-92 Duddy
None of the judges have ever scored a fight even marked noteworthy, so this could be a little interesting.
Two judges score it 96-93 for Duddy, and the third scores it 96-93 Medina. Duddy wins by split decision. And there’s at least one judge we’ll keep our eye on in the future – Arturo Velasquez.
Jose Luis Castillo vs. Alfonso Gomez
Kenny Bayless is officiating this one.
ROUND 1: Very timid start to this one, with no power punches thrown a minute in. Castillo finally lands a right. Gomez lands a jab along the ropes but takes a left hook. Castillo moves Gomez back with a stiff jab. Gomez lands a right to the hip. Castillo lands another good jab. Gomez lands a clean right, a body shot and a left hook that moves Castillo back to end the round, winning it because virtually nothing happened the other 2:40 of the round.
ROUND 2: Gomez is working his jab now and pushes Castillo off balance and across the ring with a left hook to the glove. Gomez lands a body shot. He pumps the jab now, keeping Castillo on the defensive. Another body shot lands for Gomez. He lands a good left-right to the head, and Castillo finally lands a right. Gomez lands a body shot. Castillo scores with another right as the fight has picked up. Castillo gets in a right-left on Gomez. Castillo pops him with a jab. Castillo gets in some uppercuts. Gomez with a jab to the body. Hotly contested round, but Gomez had the better moments.
ROUND 3: Gomez gets in a left hook, and they clash heads. Castillo lands a left hook. Gomez lands a one-two to the head. Castillo lands a body shot. Overhand right lands for Gomez, followed by a body shot, which Gomez admits was low. Castillo lands a right to the head. Gomez hits Castillo with a pair of rights, the second of which knocks his head back. Good jab by Gomez, followed by some digging body shots. Gomez lands a three-punch combination, but Castillo hits him with a right. Right hand by Gomez. They touch gloves after the bell.
ROUND 4: Gomez bangs in a right to the head and another to back Castillo off. Gomez leans in and turns Castillo’s head with an uppercut. Gomez lands another uppercut. Castillo is off balance and struggling to land anything. Gomez lets his hands go and beats him to the body. Gomez rips Castillo with an uppercut and some more combinations. Clean one-two lands for Gomez, followed by another right that turns Castillo’s head. Gomez blasts Castillo with a right hand that moves him back, and Castillo’s face is reddened and already bleeding around the mouth and nose.
ROUND 5: The commentators have been calling the fight a disgrace, even as an undercard, though both men are giving what they have. Gomez looks fast compared to Castillo at this stage of the game. He knocks Castillo’s head up with a pair of uppercuts that Castillo can’t seem to avoid. Body shots from both sides land for Gomez. Gomez lands a right to the head. Gomez lands two left hooks as Castillo sinks back into the ropes. Another left hook lands for Gomez in the center of the ring.
The fight is stopped between rounds as Castillo’s corner has thrown in the towel. HBO missed it because they were viewing Manny Pacquiao backstage. Castillo is upset with the decision but congratulates Gomez with an embrace. They share words briefly.
Castillo’s career likely ends tonight in Cowboys Stadium, the same way Arturo Gatti’s fighting career ended against Gomez in Atlantic City three years ago.
In his locker room, Joshua Clottey is having some serious issues getting his hands wrapped, having to show his hand wrapper the way he likes it. Emanuel Steward offers on-the-spot coaching while observing on the monitor.
WBC Welterweight Championship
Humberto Soto vs. David Diaz
Diaz was blanked by Pacquiao two years ago for this same belt. Soto seemed to be being groomed to face Pacquiao for years but never got his opportunity, despite having fought on several Pacquiao undercards and knocking out Pacquiao’s younger brother Bobby.
Laurence Cole is the referee. Jorge Arce accompanied Soto to the ring.
ROUND 1: Soto lands a crisp uppercut to start. Straight right lands for Soto. They clash heads, and Soto turns away, holding his left eye. Instead, Diaz is the one who has been cut over his right eye. Soto falls back into the ropes trying to avoid Diaz and scores with an uppercut and a left hook that knock an off-balance Diaz backward, his glove touching the canvas. Diaz is quickly up and doesn’t look hurt. It wasn’t that different from the way Erik Morales dropped him in round one in 2007. Diaz lands a body shot but can’t make up for a big round for Soto.
ROUND 2: Soto lands a clean straight right and an uppercut. Soto lands another straight right as Diaz is ducking. Diaz tries to pin Soto on the ropes but gets caught with an uppercut. Soto complains about clashing heads and stuffs in another uppercut to Diaz. A straight right lands for Soto, who is fighting very accurately. Diaz walks into a right over the glove but gets in an uppercut of his own. Soto shoots another straight right. The crowd is getting louder now. Soto tags Diaz with a straight right. He is fighting brilliantly at this point.
ROUND 3: Soto gets caught with a right hook from Diaz, and Diaz gets in a body shot too. They start letting their hands go, and Soto lands a straight right and a left hook. Diaz pins Soto on the ropes and stuffs in a left hand. Diaz catches Soto with a long jab. Soto hasn’t done anything significant in a while but just edges the round with a right-left combination before the bell. The crowd is doing the wave.
ROUND 4: Soto catches Diaz coming in with a left hook. Soto lands a jab to the body and a straight right upstairs. Another straight right lands. Diaz lands a right hook and stumbles off balance. Soto shoots in several more straight rights to the head. He adds an uppercut, looking very comfortable in there. Diaz finally lands a left-right combination to the head, followed by another right hook that knocks Soto’s head back. Soto answers wth an uppercut. Diaz misses a right hook and eats several straight rights that knock him back into the ropes.
ROUND 5: Soto lands a straight right to the head. They trade big shots upstairs, turning each other’s head. Diaz walks into a right to the head to pin Soto on the ropes. Soto turns Diaz around in the corner and pounds in a flurry to the gloves, getting through with a few shots. Diaz stuffs in an uppercut and lands a straight left to the head of Soto. Soto lands a straight right but takes a straight left. Diaz is landing good punches when he throws but isn’t doing enough to bag rounds. Soto lands a right before the bell, and they both keep throwing after it until Cole stops them.
ROUND 6: Lampley apparently went for a walk during the last couple of rounds. Odd choice since this fight is twice as good as either of the others. Soto lands a body shot and a jab to the head. Soto lands a straight right and a jab to the face. Diaz lands an uppercut and a strong right hook that turns Soto’s head against the ropes. Soto pumps the jab and lands a left hook. Diaz swings wildly and eats several straight right hands from Soto. Diaz has been doing better but continues to lose rounds.
ROUND 7: Diaz bulls in and catches a right to the head. Diaz lands a body shot. Soto scores with a right to the head. Diaz lands a straight left but catches a straight right. Soto lands a right and a jab to the face, followed by a straight right. Diaz moves Soto back with a left hand to the face. Soto bats a left hook over the side of Diaz’ head. Soto continues to pepper Diaz with his shots rather than putting a lot of power on it. Diaz wings a wild right hook that catches Soto, and Soto holds briefly. Diaz lands a straight left to the jaw before the bell, ending his best round so far.
ROUND 8: Soto gets in a left hook on the end of a combination. It’s a boxing round as both men focus on their jab. Diaz lands a body shot but takes a right to the head. Soto lands a straight right at the bell, one of the most significant moments in the round.
ROUND 9: Diaz is bobbing his head to the music but doesn’t seem to feel the urgency yet. Diaz catches Soto with a right hook to the chin. Diaz walks into a straight right to the face, then pushes Soto into the ropes with his forearm, though he misses the combinations he throws after it. Cole warns him about using his forearm. Diaz lands a clean jab. Soto lets his hands go but doesn’t land anything major. Dropping his hands, Soto gets tagged with some jabs before answering with straight rights to the head of Diaz. Soto lands an uppercut but gets hit by a left hand from Diaz in the corner. Diaz lands a right hook to put Soto on the ropes. Soto lands a crisp uppercut but gets hit by a right hook on the ropes. Another uppercut lands for Soto. Soto lands a straight right, but Diaz lands a left hand. Diaz bangs away at the body and lands another left hand.
ROUND 10: Diaz walks into a glancing straight right. They get tied up, and Soto slips to the canvas. Soto is slow to get up but stuffs in an uppercut and a pair of straight rights to the face. Diaz pops him with a jab and a body shot but gets caught by a right. Soto’s punches have very little effect on Diaz at this point. Diaz jumps in and lands a right hook. Soto ends up between the ropes, still punching, but Cole stops them to get him back in the ring. Soto lands a straight right once back in the ring and an uppercut that turns Diaz’ head. Soto lands another straight right. Diaz stuffs in an uppercut and takes a right. Diaz takes another right, and they keep swinging, with Soto landing the better punches. Diaz is going to need some magic in the last two rounds.
ROUND 11: Diaz catches Soto with a right hook. Soto moves in and scores with a straight right and a jab. Soto lands another jab. Straight right lands for Soto, but he gets hit with a jab. Soto lands one of his best right hands in rounds, turning Diaz’ head. Diaz lands a left hand to the head against the ropes. Diaz lands a body shot but walks into a big right. Soto lands a straight right. Diaz does land a right hook, but he didn’t come up with the right stuff in that round and will need a knockout in the 12th.
ROUND 12: Soto is sucking wind as he comes out for the last round. Diaz lands a left but takes a right that turns his head. Soto scores with an uppercut and gets hit low. Soto turns away, almost going down, but Cole recognizes the low blow and gives Soto a moment to recover. They start letting their hands go, and Soto stuffs in an uppercut. Soto lands a clean left-right and stuffs in another uppercut. Soto lands a right and gets in an uppercut. Diaz is still pressuring but taking all the heavy shots, including a straight right that knocks his head up. Diaz misses a wild left and goes down. He’s swollen up under his right eye. Diaz lets his hands go and gets drilled by a straight right and a left hook while off balance, which causes him to stumble in and ultimately end up on his hands and knees. He gets up quickly, but Cole issues the eight-count, which ends the fight. Soto has won the fight going away.
Inside Fights scores it 118-108 for Soto.
The judges see it 115-111, 117-109 and 117-109 for Soto, the winner by unanimous decision. Soto is the new WBC Lightweight Champion.
That concludes the undercard. Stay tuned for the main event.
The current lead singer of Journey, Arnel Pineda, sings the Philippine National Anthem.
Three Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders do the American National Anthem.
Lampley says HBO has been denied the opportunity to get Clottey’s weight tonight.
Tonight’s attendance is 50,994, making this the third largest U.S. boxing crowd in the last 50 years. The most was the second fight between Muhammad Ali and Leon Spinks in the Superdome and the second was Pernell Whitaker and Julio Cesar Chavez in the Alamodome.
These could be the longest ring walks ever recorded based on how long it is taking Clottey to make his way into the actual arena. He begins dancing once visible to the fans. If he is at all nervous about the prospect of fighting Pacquiao in front of 51,000, he is masking it extremely well.
Pacquiao has apparently adopted Arturo Gatti’s “Thunderstruck” as his theme song. He also plays “Eye of the Tiger,” utilizing the same songs he entered to against Miguel Cotto. Pacquiao, of course, is all smiles.
WBO Welterweight Championship
Manny Pacquiao vs. Joshua Clottey
Rafael Ramos is the referee.
ROUND 1: Pacquiao shoots a straight left to the body. Ramos tells Clottey not to step on Pacquiao’s feet. Pacquiao lands a body shot. Clottey is all defense to start. Pacquiao lands a straight left to the body and bangs in another. Clottey adds a body shot of his own. Manny lands a right hook that knocks Clottey off balance. Manny adds another straight left to the body and another body shot. Clottey lands a straight right to the head. Clottey lands a jab and adds a straight right. Manny lands a body shot.
ROUND 2: Manny is hitting a lot of glove but lands a body shot and a straight left to the head. Clottey shoots a straight right through the gloves and jabs Pacquiao, who bangs several straight lefts into Clottey’s gloves and adds a body shot. Manny scores with a straight left on the chin and body shots Clottey. Pacquiao starts banging away at the body with success. Clottey lands a straight right to the head. Clottey with a body shot now and an uppercut. Pacquiao lands some hard straight lefts to the body, and Clottey feigns wobbling. Pacquiao taps his head and says he was head butted. Pacquiao buries in two body shots but takes a right hand to the head. Clottey snaps Pacquiao’s head back with a jab and adds a straight right. Clottey lands another right as Pacquiao hits glove with his left. Pacquiao lands a body shot and takes a right to the head. Pacquiao bangs in a right hook.
ROUND 3: Manny has thrown two and three times as many punches as Clottey through the first two rounds. Pacquiao lands a body shot and shoots a straight left through the guard, but Clottey snaps his head back with a straight right and adds a body shot. Manny lands a straight left to the body but gets tagged by the straight right. Manny lets his hands go as Clottey covers up. Pacquiao buries a straight left into Clottey’s body. Manny is still hitting mostly glove, and Clottey drills Pacquiao with a hard straight right. Manny buries several body shots into Clottey, who just covers up and takes it, allowing Pacquiao to control this fight. Three more punches land to the body of Clottey. They touch gloves after the bell, and Clottey nods at him.
ROUND 4: Manny hits nothing but glove the first 30 seconds, then goes to the body and scores. Pacquiao lands three more body shots and a right hook to the head. Ramos stops the fighters for some reason Pacquiao seems to understand, as if he threw the clapping double punch. Clottey gets in a body attack, but Pacquiao goes back to the body and Clottey stops throwing against the ropes, covering up as though he’s hurt. Manny lands a hard left hand to the head that makes Clottey stutter step. Pacquiao begins landing more to the head, including a straight left. Clottey lands some body shots of his own, but, so far, it’s a stylistic nightmare of a fight for him.
ROUND 5: Replays show Pacquiao did the clapping punch as speculated, last seen being performed by Emanuel Augustus against Ray Oliveira. Clottey lands a pair of body shots and gets in a left hook. Straight right from Clottey snaps Pacquiao’s head back. Clottey lands another straight right, and another. He briefly has Pacquiao backing off, but Manny sneaks in a straight left. Pacquiao lands a stiff jab. Manny lands a right hook to the head. One to the body lands as well. Clottey lands a body shot and a left hook to the head. A straight right to the head lands for Clottey. Manny goes on the attack, sneaking in some hooks to the head and one to the body. Clottey takes another right hook. It was by far Clottey’s best round, but he lost it too on Pacquiao’s final rally.
ROUND 6: Clottey’s corner tells him to take a chance and asks him what he’s waiting for. Clottey finally lands a combination to the head while trapping Manny on the ropes. Pacquiao fires back, hitting nothing but glove and arms. Pacquiao gets in a right hook once back in the center of the ring. Manny adds three body shots and a left to the head. Another body shot lands for Manny. Clottey lands two straight rights, and Pacquiao backs off. Manny fires back but gets hit by a jab. Pacquiao starts landing more body shots but still can’t get the straight left through the guard. Manny bangs shots into Clottey’s gloves against the ropes and lands a right hook to the head.
ROUND 7: Clottey lands a straight right to the body. One to the head lands as well. Manny opens up on the body, beating Clottey into the ropes as Clottey covers up. Clottey kicks his feet as if kicking life back into his legs. Clottey lands a body shot and starts to target Pacquiao there. Manny shows him how it’s done, blasting Clottey’s body into the ropes. Clottey covers up, kicking his legs again, and continues to absorb body shots. Clottey finally lands a jab and takes a straight left to the body.
ROUND 8: Clottey’s corner has been giving the same advice for three rounds now, telling him to let his hands go and take a chance. Clottey lands a left hook. Manny bangs in a combination to the body and adds a straight left to the head. Clottey tags Pacquiao with a straight right and smacks in a pair of left hooks. Pacquiao bangs away hard at the body. Now Pacquiao scores with a clean straight left to the head. Manny bangs his gloves together and takes a low blow from Clottey. That one shook him up as Manny talks to Ramos about it and walks it off. Pacquiao shoots through another straight left and lands a combination to the body. Clottey steps into a right hook, and Manny goes back to shooting shots into his gloves. They clash heads, and Clottey seems to have gotten the worst of it but shakes it off quickly. Pacquiao lets a combination go and beats Clottey into the ropes. Pacquiao lands an uppercut and several left hands. That was Pacquiao’s best rally of the fight. Pacquiao doubles over, and Clottey tries to hit him while he’s down, but Ramos stops them at the bell.
ROUND 9: Clottey’s corner tells him he’s lost every round, but there is no change in Clottey’s approach to the fight. He does land a straight right, but Pacquiao erases it with a two-fisted attack. Clottey lands another straight right. Pacquiao smacks Clottey with a right hook but eats a pair of straight rights. Clottey starts letting his hands go, beating shots into Pacquiao’s gloves. Manny fires away, hitting nothing but glove, and catches a straight right from Clottey. Manny beats it some body shots, and Clottey stops throwing. Pacquiao lands a straight left to the head on the ropes, and Clottey seems to wobble a bit. Clottey lands a combination to the body back in the center of the ring. Another straight right lands for Clottey, but he didn’t do enough to win the round yet again.
ROUND 10: Pacquiao does have a mouse under his right eye from shots Clottey’s been landing, but the real damage in this fight has been taxed to Clottey’s body. Clottey walks into a right hook and instantly covers up. Pacquiao lands a body shot and hits nothing but glove upstairs. Pacquiao lands six unanswered punches to the body. Manny lands a nice right hook and body shot but gets hit by a right in return. Clottey lands another straight right and snaps Pacquiao’s head back with a big uppercut. Manny finally goes on the defensive after that but only momentarily. Pacquiao drives home five or six more body shots, and Clottey holds onto him. Clottey gets in a left hook before the bell.
ROUND 11: The crowd gets loud as Clottey swipes some left hooks at Pacquiao. Manny seems to realize he’s headed for a decision but goes after Clottey’s body after catching a combination. Clottey knocks his head back with a straight right, and Pacquiao goes wild on Clottey, pummeling his body into the ropes. The “Manny” chants kick in as Clottey tags him with a straight right. Clotey bangs home three big uppercuts that snap Pacquiao’s head up. Pacquiao lands a right hook and goes back to Clottey’s body, winning a round that Clottey had a good chance of snatching. Pacquiao pummels Clottey into the ropes. Clottey needs a knockout.
ROUND 12: They embrace before the round. Clottey bangs in two left hooks to start. Another one catches Pacquiao on the move, and then they hit heads, this time both guys affected. Pacquiao lands a clean left to the head. Clottey lands a body shot , but Pacquiao catches him with a left through the guard. Clottey lands a straight right. They trade hooks to the head. Clottey lands a straight right, but Pacquiao attacks his body again. Pacquiao is grinning and eats an uppercut. He instantly stops grinning after that. Paquiao lands a straight left to the body and starts blasting at Clottey’s gloves. Clottey ends up holding on after that. Pacquiao gets in a straight left before the bell. Ramos holds Clottey back from Pacquiao after the bell. Pacquiao pitches a shutout.
Inside Fights scores it 120-108 for Pacquiao.
The judges have it 120-108, 119-109 and 119-109 all for Pacquiao by unanimous decision.
Pacquiao tells Max Kellerman that Clottey is hard to fight. He admits he felt Clottey’s power. Pacquiao says he wasn’t in a hurry because he knew Clottey was looking for a big shot counter punch. Clottey grins and shakes Pacquiao’s hand. Kellerman asks what it’s like to fight Pacquiao. Clottey says Pacquiao is too fast and admits he lost the fight, unlike his other losses. Clottey said he took his time because he knew Pacquiao was waiting to counter him, which is the same thing Pacquiao said about himself. Max brings up Mayweather-Mosley and asked if Manny would fight Floyd if he beat Mosley. Pacquiao says he wants that fight, but it’s up to Mayweather. Pacquiao says it’s no problem for him to fight Mayweather and maybe someday they will. Kellerman brings up the testing and asks about a compromise. Freddie Roach says the world wants to see that fight but that Floyd needs to let the commissions do their jobs and just get in the ring and fight. Roach says Manny is disappointed in Floyd and that he will crush him when they fight. Pacquiao says Mayweather’s style is not as difficult as Clottey’s. Manny thanks everyone for turning out for the fight.
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