“The Double Assault” PPV Marvin Sonsona vs. Wilfredo Vázquez Jr

Discussion in 'Boxing News and Discussion' started by Erik, Feb 27, 2010.

  1. Erik

    Erik Member

    Cards flying a little under the radar but not bad for $35. Gofightlive is also showing it.
    Not sure of the actual telecast. Hoping for 5 fights. Integrated sports are usually good about the number of bouts.

    Marvin Sonsona vs. Wilfredo Vázquez Jr
    (WBO super bantamweight title)

    Rodel Mayol vs Omar Nino
    (WBC light flyweight championship)

    Daniel Estrada vs Angel Alirio Rivero
    (WBC Youth lightweight championship)

    José Ángel Beranza vs. Jonathan Oquendo



    The double-barrelled “The Double Assault” is presented by PR Best Boxing Promotions in Puerto Rico, in association with All Star Boxing and Sampson Boxing LLC, and KO Entertainment in Cancun, Mexico. The unique broadcast is being distributed in the United States and Canada by Integrated Sports for live viewing at 9 PM/ET – 6 PM/PT on both cable and satellite pay-per-view via iN Demand, DIRECTV, TVN, DISH Network, Viewer’s Choice and Shaw PPV for a suggested retail price of only $34.95.
     
  2. Erik

    Erik Member

    Anyone ordering/watching tonight?
     
  3. Erik

    Erik Member

    As usual with the integrated sports PPV pretty good value. So far appears to be a 6 fight telecast.

    First three fights showcased Puerto rican prospects. Sonsona vs. Vázquez Jr was a decent fight. WV2 pulled off the slight upset with a great body shot KO.
    Now on to the second half of telecast in Mexico.
     
  4. Yobbo

    Yobbo Member

    WTF was with that stoppage :grayupset:
     
  5. Yobbo

    Yobbo Member

    Poor refereeing ends that fight too.
     
  6. Yobbo

    Yobbo Member

    Ruled a technical draw.
     
  7. Erik

    Erik Member

    This was another good PPV by integrated sports. If only they had the money and power to advertise these abit better.
    Arum and others should take note. $35 for six fights. We saw three one sided fights showcasing prospects. A fight of year candidate and two world title fights.
    If Arum did this with Latin fury etc he may get a better following. What about showtime teamin up and doing some six fight PPV's with integrated sports.





    WBC light flyweight championship Rodel Mayol and Omar Nino Romero fought to a tech draw. Romero landed a KO shot on Mayol after a low blow while the ref was stepping in to break them up. Probably the right decision here.



    WBC Youth World lightweight championship. Daniel Estrada and Angel Alirio Rivero stole the show for the . In a fight of the year candidate Estrada won on a controversial stoppage int he tenth. Almost as bad as the Vivain Harris Ko except these two had been bombing on each other for nine rounds. So maybe we can excuse the ref here.


    Vacant WBO junior featherweight championship, Wilfredo Vazquez, Jr. Ko'd former WBO super flyweight champion Marvin Sonsona. WV2 beat up the younger smaller Sonsona. Vazquez landed a left hook to body followed by a huge right and then back to the left to the body to floor Sonsona in the fourth.



    Unbeaten 6′6 Olympian cruiserweight Carlos Negron (8-0, 6 KOs) scored an explosive first round KO over Rudy Ashworth (5-8, 1 KO). Negron scored three knockdowns, the final one for the count. Time was 2:59.


    Flyweight McWilliams Arroyo making his debut beat Eliecer Sanchez with a brutal 1st round KO.



    Bantamweight McJoe Arroyo making his debut hunted down Giovanni Rivera 0-2. Rivera threw wide slapping punches. Ive seen female fighters that would whip his ass. Pretty pathetic.
     
  8. neo_wolf

    neo_wolf Boxing Fanatic's greatest

    I was there last night at the ruben rodriguez coliseo watching the fights from P.R, it was an entertaining night and the crowd was into it a lot. Vazquez looked good in there but he was fighting a much smaller guy, Negron looks like he will be a good cruiser in the future and i have always been high on the Mcwilliam Arroyo brothers since thhey have been in the amature, i think they will have good pro careers.
     
  9. Valdosta

    Valdosta Boxing Fanatics Moderator

    To bad Mayol didn't have his title stolen. He won it on a foul over Sosa anyways.
     
  10. Erik

    Erik Member


    Cool, looked like a good crowd.

    Negron needs some work but his size will help him. I look forward to seeing how he progresses.
     
  11. Valentino

    Valentino Member

    I am curious about the Arroyo brothers too.
     

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