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2019 hasn’t started off a great year, but we have had a surprising amount of fun fights on cards that many of us were pretty ho-hum about. A balding late-30s Humberto Soto upsetting a younger Brandon Rios was one of those. Soto was always crafty and was able to pull a number of tricks out of the bag to get the job done. He’s been a credit to the sport.

Another one was PBC’s headliner this weekend, Anthony Dirrell vs. Avni Yildrim. Dirrell, long viewed as the lesser of the brothers, earned a close decision where he made things tougher than necessary by standing and trading against a basic but bullheaded aggressor. The cut that ended it was nasty, but it would have been nice to a see a full 12 rounds of that.

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Headache indeed

Never did see those stats, or anything else for that matter.

Is this an attempt at satire?

Wait, does this kid have a belt already? Must be the WBA Filipino Regular Gem title.

Old school, new school

You’re high as Willie Nelson in an air balloon if you think Spence vs. Hagler is anything like 50/50.

Two different sides of the dumb coin

They both should stfu.

Who win?

The Miller hype train starts here.

*Thanks to Fred Wilde for keeping me in tune with some of this.