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April 22, 2013

TERRAZAS EDGES MIJARES IN ALL-MEXICAN BLOODBATH
By Scott Shaffer

The Boxingtalk Scoreboard

Victor Terrazas W12 Cristian Mijares... The WBC title at stake was manufactured, but the war was real when Victor Terrazas (37-2) outwilled Cristian Mijares (47-7) in an all-Mexican 122-pound bloodbath over the weekend. CORRECTION: Terrazas survived a twelfth-round knockdown to pull out a split decision win over the former 115-pound champion. Official scores were 115-112 and 114-113 Terrazas and 114-113 Mijares. Spanish language reports credited Mijares with landing a spectacular left hook to Terrazas' jaw to register the knockdown, but Mijares came up just short of claiming the vacant WBC super bantamweight championship.  Reports said the fight was so good, and both men's performances so courageous, that a rematch is a necessity. However, both suffered serious facial cuts and bruising, so neither one is likely to fight again until the fall. Boxingtalk recognizes Guillermo Rignodeaux as the true world champion at 122 pounds due to his title lineage, but Terrazas deserves public recognition for this weekend's breakthrough win. source: oem.com

Robinson Castellanos W12 Celestino Caballero... Mexico's Robinson Castellanos is now a legitimate featherweight contender thanks to a split-decision road win over Panama’s Celestino Caballero. Fighting in Caballero's home country, Castellanos won on scorecards reading 115-112, 114-113 and 113-114. At the end of the fight, Caballero, a former 122-pound champion said that being out of boxing for more than a year affected his performance. source: wbc

John Jackson W8 Cerresso Fort ... Virgin Islands slugger John "Dah Rock" Jackson (16-1, 14 KOs) was stronger and faster than Cerresso Fort (16-1-1) and defeated Fort by unanimous decision (77-75 and 79-73 twice) on Friday in Atlantic City. Jackson is the 24-year-old son of former champion Julian Jackson, and like his father, campaigns as a junior middleweight. source: sampson boxing



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