Explosive boxing action this weekend: Peter-Klitschko ,Cotto-Torres
22.09.05 - By Shon Macklin: Saturday, September 24th, at 10 pm E.T. on HBO. Boxing fans can look forward to some of the best fistic action Seen in some time now; witnessing highly competitive, hard-hitting action. Miguel Cotto will face off against Ricardo Torres, and Wladimir Klitschko will square off against Samuel Peter at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey..
Article posted on 23.09.2005
The heavy- hitting Miguel Cotto, 24-0 (20 ko’s) is going in against a big puncher himself, One, Ricardo Torres 28-0 (26 ko’s) It’s easy to conceive that the sparks will fly when these two get in the ring. Expect a lot of punches thrown and even more punches landing. Both fighters have knockout power, and will probably look to finish things as soon as possible; as neither fighter often, if ever leaves it to be decided by the scorecards.
And when it seems like you’re clearly in for a treat this weekend, you’ll be witness To another intense fight where neither fighter will want to waiver. Wladimir Klitschko 44-3(40 ko’s) and Samuel Peter, 24-0 (21 ko’s) will do battle in the main event of the evening.
Again, we have two fighters squaring –off against each other, both of them possessing considerable amounts of punching power.
Klitschko will want to prove his career as a fighter, is not over. Once considered the air to the heavyweight crown, now is reluctantly mentioned when discussing who can step up and acquire championship status. Wladimir Klitschko will be looking to win this one in excellent fashion.
Peter wants to prove he is more than a heavyweight prospect, and is ready to take his career to the next level. Peter will want to test Klitschko early in the fight, and look to box and set up his power; if he does not find a knockout opportunity, in the early rounds. But no matter how this fight turns out, it is sure to be a scorcher.
HBO is putting on quite a show for boxing fans … And I wouldn’t miss this one for the world.
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