Thursday, December 1, 2011

Abner Mares vs Joseph Agbeko Live Stream online Boxing sopacst video

Joseph Agbeko vs. Abner Mares Live Streaming

Watch here Abner Mares vs Joseph Agbeko live online boxing video on Saturday, December, 3rd, 2011 from the Anaheim, Calif. IBF bantamweight title Boxing team will be ringside for the event, which will be presented in HD TV .you can also Watch this super match live online on pc tv.

Date: Saturday, December, 3rd, 2011
Venue: Anaheim, Calif
Competition: IBF bantamweight title
Live/Repeat: Live

Watch Joseph Agbeko vs Abner Mares live stream hd online free. This is a nice fight live online on screens tomorrow August 13, 2011. IT will be a great match against this 2 brave fighters face to face in the ring with 12 rounds of live fighting action. And also agbeko's belt is on the line in which the winner of this game will have a chance up to stardom to face the great Champ Nonito Donaire!!!
The world championship fight promoted by Don King Productions and Golden Boy Promotions presents, Joseph Agbeko vs Abner Mares live streaming The Bantamweight Tournament Final : Winner Takes All which features Joseph Agbeko (28-2, 22 KOs) vs Abner Mares (21-0-1, 13 KOs). Undefeated rising star and World Boxing Council (WBC) Silver 118-pound titleholder Abner Mares took part in a Los Angeles media exercising on Thursday, just nine days in advance of he will take on International Boxing Federation (IBF) bantamweight champion Joseph King Kong Agbeko in The Bantamweight Tournament Final : Winner Takes All on Saturday, August 13, live on SHOWTIME (10 p.m. ET PT, delayed on the West Coast) coming from the Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
IBF bantamweight champion, Abner Mares (22-0-1, 13KOs) will face Joseph Agbeko (28-3, 22KOs) out of Ghana in a rematch of their first hotly contested bout.
Mares boasts an amateur record of 112-8 and is a decorated Olympian. He is ranked 2nd in the world among bantamweights. Notable bouts for the fighter include a split decision win over Vic Darchinyan and a draw versus Yonnhy Perez.
Agbeko is ranked 4th in the world among bantamweights. Aside from his last loss against Mares, Agbeko’s most recent loss comes against Yonnhy Perez in 2009. A rematch against Perez in 2010 allowed Agbeko to regain the IBF bantamweight title until he met Mares in 2011.
IBF Bantamweight champion Abner Mares vs Joseph Agbeko at the Honda Center in Anaheim on December 3 in a rematch to their controversial August showdown. Their first bout - the finale to Showtime’s Bantamweight tourney – saw Mares land numerous low blows but was never deducted a point in taking a majority decision.
Watch Joseph Agbeko vs Abner Mares Live Stream Replay Video Highlights Online here. Ending in controversy the last time they met, the rematch of Abner Mares vs Joseph Agbeko scheduled on December 3 2011 is the much awaited rematch of the year. The last time, Abner Mares won the controversial matchup and went on to win the bantamweight title. This time fans hope that it will be a fair match and the win will decide who is better than whom.
Abner Mares who hails from Mexico, now living in Hawaiian Gardens, California won the last time because of a majority decision against Joseph Agbeko who hails from Ghana, in the first bout. The matchup turned out to be one of the most controversial fights of the year and was criticized mainly for the performance of referee Russell Mora. Calling a questionable knockdown against two time title holder Joseph Agbeko in what actually looked like a slip Mora faced a lot of criticism.
Mora was also criticized for not pulling up Abner Mares who had continuously been landing low blows throughout the fight. Mora had warned him a couple of times in the beginning of the fight but never deducted any points from him. Later on Mora did not even warn Abner Mares. In the 11th round Mora again ruled another knockdown against Joseph Agbeko even though Mares had landed another low blow. This missed call on Mora’s part changed the dynamics of the game causing Joseph Agbeko to lose the matchup.
Mora’s was deemed so shoddy that IBF had to reorganize an immediate rematch to avoid further controversies. Hence fans this time around are hoping that Joseph Agbeko will correct the mistakes he made the last time and go on to win the title in this much awaited rematch.


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