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200: Celebrate and Dominate
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DateSeptember 18, 2010
LocationStaples Center, Los Angeles, California, United States
Title(s) on the line

Shane Mosley vs. Sergio Mora
Sugar The Latin Snake
Tale of the tape
Pomona, California, United States From East Los Angeles, California
46–6–0 (39 KO) Pre-fight record 22–1–0 (6 KO)
5 feet, 9 inches Height 6 feet, 0 inches
Ring Magazine pound for pound No. 5, Former WBA Welterweight champion. Recognition Former WBC Light Middleweight champion

Shane Mosley vs. Sergio Mora is a boxing light middleweight superfight at Los Angeles, California on the weekend of the Mexican Independence Day.[1][2]

Build-up

Former five-time titlist Sugar Shane Mosley will face former world champion Sergio Mora in a Golden Boy Promotions event in Los Angeles. Mosley, who recently fought at welterweight and was a champion in three weight divisions, is moving back up to Light middleweight to fight Mora, who is currently fighting at middleweight. [3] Mora will drop back down to the 154-pound weight division where he formerly was the WBC Light middleweight titleholder in 2008. Mosley is coming off a loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr. Mora stopped Calvin Green in the seventh round in Las Vegas last April and was scheduled to fight Juan Carlos Candelo and was preparing for that fight. Both Mosley and Mora hail from the Los Angeles area with Mosley returning home and to the Staples Center for the first time since his spectacular knockout victory over then Welterweight World Champion Antonio Margarito in January 2009. Mora, who is well known for his first place finish on the premiere season of the NBC reality series The Contender, is returning since his 2005 decision victory over Peter Manfredo Jr. The Latin Snake is looking to become the first fighter of Mexican descent to defeat the Future Hall of Famer Mosley.

Mosley is undefeated in two bouts at Staples Center, against Oscar De La Hoya and Margarito. He has won five world titles, ruling the lightweight, welterweight and junior middleweight divisions over his 16-year career, defeating De La Hoya (twice), Fernando Vargas (twice), Luis Collazo, Ricardo Mayorga and Margarito along the way.

Mora is a former Junior Middleweight World Champion. He last fought at Staples Center in 2005 when he scored a split decision victory over Peter Manfredo in a rematch of his final bout championship win of The Contender. Going unbeaten in his next four fights, Mora began to rapidly climb the junior middleweight ranks, eventually winning the junior middleweight world title and then losing it to the late Vernon Forrest in 2008.

This Mexican Independence Day Bicentennial celebration features one powerful fight card. The undercard promises to be one of the strongest in recent memory.[4] , featuring Mexican Saul Alvarez facing his toughest opponent, former World Champion Carlos Baldomir. Top junior welterweight contender Victor Ortiz will square off against one of the hardest punchers in the junior welterweight division, former World Champion Vivian Harris. Before the main event, Jenni Rivera will be singing the Himno Nacional Mexicano.[5][6]

Results

Televised

Mora vs. Mosley ended in a Draw. Scores (Mora 115–113, Mosley 116–112, 114–114).

Alvarez defeated Baldomir via knockout at 2:58 of the sixth round.

Ortiz defeated Harris via knockout at 0:45 of the third round.

Ponce de León defeated Escalante via knockout at 0:44 of the third round.

Televised free

Gomez defeated Calazada via knockout at 1:06 of the third round.

Rodela vs. Montiel ended in a majority draw after six rounds.

Thurman defeated Robertson via technical knockout at 2:40 of the third round.

Bogere defeated Rodriguez via knockout at 1:42 of the second round.

  • Bantamweight bout: United States Kaliesha West vs. United States Angel Gladney

West defeated Gladney via technical knockout at 0:59 of the seventh round.

  • Featherweight bout: Mexico Eric Arreola vs. Mexico Missael Nunez

Arreola defeated Nunez by majority decision.

Reported fight earnings

These are the payouts to some of the fighters. These are the California State Athletic Commission purses as per the California bout agreements. They does not include sponsor money or other common forms of revenue paid through other streams.[7] In California, if a fighter is more than two pounds overweight he is automatically penalized 20 percent of his purse and the weigh-in is over.[8]

  • Shane Mosley $1,000,000 vs. Sergio Mora $285,000

The fine will stand against Sergio Mora, who weighed in at 157 pounds and will forfeit $57,000 of his $285,000 purse. The Mosley camp asked Mora to try to lose the weight, which he agreed to do after a spirited discussion. When he came back to the scale about an hour later, he was unofficially 153.6, satisfying the Mosley camp.

  • Saul Alvarez $200,000 vs. Carlos Manuel Baldomir $60,000

Baldomir weighed in at 153.4 pounds for the fight with Saul Alvarez that was contracted for 151 pounds. However, Alvarez, who is also making money from Televisa rights, declined to take the $12,000 from Baldomir.[9]

  • Victor Ortiz vs. Vivian Harris

Vivian Harris was over the 142-pound catch weight for his fight with Victor Ortiz. Harris returned to the scale a few minutes later and made the 142 pounds.

  • Daniel Ponce de Leon vs. Antonio Escalante

References

  1. Rafael, Dan (2010-07-01). Mosley to return against Mora. ESPN. Retrieved on 2010-09-01.
  2. Satterfield, Lem (June 30, 2010). Mosley-Mora Finalized For September 18 at Staples Center. BoxingScene.com. Retrieved on July 1, 2010.
  3. Rafael, Dan (2010-09-17). Mosley, Mora hoping for success in L.A.. ESPN. Retrieved on 2010-09-17.
  4. Mosley and Mora in "200: CELEBRATE AND DOMINATE" IN Mexican Bicentennial Independence Day Celebration Event. Phil Boxing (2010-08-25). Retrieved on 2010-09-02.
  5. http://sdpnoticias.com/sdp/contenido/2010/09/17/4/1118614
  6. http://philboxing.com/news/story-44071.html
  7. Rafael, Dan (2010-09-18). "Sergio Mora penalized for weight". ESPN. http://sports.espn.go.com/los-angeles/news/story?id=5585584. Retrieved 2010-09-18. 
  8. Mosley v Mora, Alvarez v Baldomir, Ortiz v Harris weigh-in. Eastside Boxing (2010-09-18). Retrieved on 2010-09-18.
  9. Micheal, Marley (2010-09-18). "Saul Alvarez shows Class, Lets Baldomir keep $12,000". Boxing Scene. http://www.boxingscene.com/?m=show&id=31064. Retrieved 2010-09-18. 
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