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This is the way the prestigious professional boxing career of Floyd Mayweather ends, not with a bang, but a whimper.
After 19 years of pugilistic supremacy, Mayweather’s storied undefeated run comes to an (apparent) end TONIGHT (Sat., Sept. 12, 2015) when he takes on former WBC and IBF champion Andre Berto inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
MMAmania will deliver LIVE coverage of “Mayweather vs. Berto” below, starting with the Showtime pay-per-view (PPV) broadcast at 8 p.m. ET.
Mayweather (48-0, 26 KO) finally faced long-time rival Manny Pacquiao earlier this year, taking home a unanimous decision in incredibly underwhelming fashion. He had previously spent all of 2014 dealing with Marcos Maidana, whom he edged in the first fight and cruised past in the second.
Berto (30-3, 23 KO), meanwhile, has won two straight since his upset loss to Jesus Soto Karass. After ending a 13-month layoff with a decision over Steve Upsher Chambers, Berto stopped the gritty Josesito Lopez in the sixth round last March.
The other legitimate champion under The Money Team (TMT) umbrella, Badou Jack (19-1-1, 12 KO), joins the card as well, putting his WBC Super Middleweight title on the line against George Groves (21-2, 16 KO). Jack earned his belt with a win over the unbeaten Anthony Dirrell in April, while Groves is riding a two-fight win streak since his thrilling duology with Carl Froch.
The PPV boxing card will also include a pair of Mexico vs. Puerto Rico showdowns: WBO Super Featherweight Champion Roman Martinez (29-2-2, 17 KO) looking for his second win over Orlando Salido (43-13-2, 29 KO) in the co-main event and Jhonny Gonzalez (58-9, 49 KO) opening the card against Jonathan Oquendo (25-4, 16 KO), also at 130 pounds.
*Note: Play-by-play updates will start from the bottom up; therefore, scroll down the page for the latest results.
“MAYWEATHER VS. BERTO” QUICK RESULTS:
Welterweight: Floyd Mayweather def. Andre Berto by unanimous decision (117-111, 118-110, 120-108)
Super Featherweight: Roman Martinez draws with Orlando Salido (115-113, 113-115, 114-114)
Super Middleweight: Badou Jack def. George Groves by split decision (113-114, 115-112, 116-111)
Super Featherweight: Jonathan Oquendo def. Jhonny Gonzalez by majority decision (94-94, 95-93, 98-90)
“MAYWEATHER VS. BERTO” PLAY-BY-PLAY UPDATES:
Floyd Mayweather vs. Andre Berto
Round one: Jabbing early. Floyd’s the faster of the two, it seems. Good jabs from Mayweather. Berto struggling to reach Floyd with his own jab. One minute in. More jabs; neither man’s landed a clean power punch yet. One minute to go. Clinch. Lead left hook by Floyd. Clinch. This fight is godawful already. 10-9 Mayweather.
Round two: Berto whiffs, Floyd clinches. More jabs by Mayweather. Clinch. One minute in. More jabs. Clinch. I am unreasonably angry at this fight. Floyd whiffs on a left hook, clinch. Berto gets him to the ropes and misses with some punches before Floyd clinches. One minute to go. Left hook from Floyd. Clinch. Blargh. 20-18 Mayweather.
Round three: Berto trying to jab with him, not really finding any success. Looping right from Floyd. One minute in. Clinch. Berto whiffs on some more punches and Floyd clinches. Berto actually somewhat aggressive, thankfully. One minute to go. Counter right from Mayweather, who slips. More pursuit by Berto, clinch. Lead left by Floyd. 30-27 Mayweather.
Round four: There are nine more rounds of this. Nine rounds. 27 minutes of fighting and another eight between rounds. Why.
Decent offensive burst for Berto with Mayweather on the ropes. Berto’s trying, I’ll give him that. One minute in. He can’t land a clean shot and Mayweather’s using his usual mix of clinching and good right hands. Left hook by Berto. One minute to go. Clinch. Clinch. 40-36 Mayweather.
Round five: Berto swings and either misses or hits shoulder. Floyd ties up and lands good right hand potshots. Floyd gratuitously abuses the fact that Kenny Bayless is too spineless to take a point for clinching. Viewers of this fight question both themselves and the society that let this abominable thing happen. It’s a Mayweather fight and it looks exactly like you pictured it would. Berto, bless him, is doing his best, but he doesn’t have the accuracy or volume to catch Floyd, who’s giving him every opportunity by chilling out on the ropes. 50-45 Mayweather.
Round six: According to replays, Berto punched Floyd directly in the junk during that round, which is about as much of a moral victory as he could reasonably expect.
Floyd actually lands a couple of decent power shots. Berto comes back with a counter left hook. Floyd lands a lead left hook, right hand, and left hook as the final minute rolls around. More good jabs and a counter right by Floyd. Both land rights inside. Floyd to the body in the last few seconds. 60-54 Mayweather.
Round seven: Both of them bonk the body. I say “bonk” because things like “attack” imply actual possibility of injury. Berto’s actually not doing too terribly bad, but that might be because Floyd is acting like he barely cares. Berto’s missing with pretty much everything of note save for some short-range punches he’s smothering due to the distance. Clinche. Bonk bonk.
Now Floyd actually opens up a bit and Berto fires back. Maybe do a bit more of that. 70-63 Mayweather.
Round eight: We did this. We let this happen. We’re all complicit in this,
Go, Berto. Swing your tiny little T-Rex arms. We have no faith in you, but we all wish you well. Rage, Berto. Rage.
Oh hey, Floyd actually looked like he was trying to hurt him for a few seconds there. Can’t be having that. More clinching! More jabs! More decent right hands that utterly fail to hurt a guy who got dropped a combined four times by Victor Ortiz and Robert Guerrero! Do your thing, Floyd. You bastard. 80-72 Mayweather.
Round nine: You know the saddest thing in this, a beautiful menagerie of sadness? There are people who paid $75 to watch this on PPV in HD. These are thinking, functional human beings. These people vote.
No, wait, the saddest thing is the ladies in the audience chanting “TBE” to their woman-beating cretin of a hero, who will be making nearly $1 million per minute in guarantees alone.
Oh hey, more forehead-to-forehead punches from way too close a distance to have any impact at all. We got about ten seconds of actual combat in the last thirty seconds or so, so there’s that at least. 90-81 Mayweather.
Round ten: You know what I want? I want aliens to be watching this. I want aliens, wise and giving, to monitor our transmissions and watch this. I want them to see that we are not worth saving.
I also want them to abduct Kenny Bayless and beat him over the head until the words “excessive clinching constitutes a foul” are etched into every wrinkled crevasse of his brain. 100-90 Mayweather.
Round eleven: Oh my god, Vergil Hunter actually told Berto the fight was close. He’s suffering enough, Vergil, you don’t have to lie to the man.
This fight is everything we expected it to be. If you’re wondering why I’m so reluctant to actually do a technical evaluation of each round, it’s because I want you to read this. If you’re reading this, you’re not watching the fight, and that’s the only mercy I can provide.
Floyd just tried to pump up the crowd. There are people, actual people, standing up and cheering. These people walk among us. 110-99 Mayweather.
Round twelve: Do you want to be entertained tonight? Go over to BadLeftHook’s comment section. Those glorious bastards are on friggin’ fire right now.
Floyd hasn’t even managed to cut Berto or make him swell up. Berto’s face is made out of construction paper. You could close one of his eyes with harsh language. Say what you will about Guillermo Rigondeaux, at least he has the decency to actually hurt people. And of course Floyd flat-out runs away for the last fifteen minutes. 120-108 Mayweather. God help us all.
Final result: Mayweather def. Berto by unanimous decision
Roman Martinez vs. Orlando Salido
Round one: Vic Drakulich, whom I have been informed is not actually a vampire, is the third man in the ring.
Salido on the advance. Both men winging power punches immediately. Martinez throwing well off the back foot. Salido touches the body amid the counters Martinez is firing as he circles. One minute in. Right hook by Martinez. Body shot from Salido. Overhand right. Salido digs in some lefts in the clinch. 1-2 by Martinez, Salido goes to the body. Both men land to the body and they clinch. Salido moves him to the ropes and lands some good blows inside. 3-2 by Salido, after which both men land in combination. 10-9 Salido.
Round two: Salido continuing to wade in, looking for body shots and overhand rights. Combination from Martinez, body shots from Salido. Good straight right lands clean for Salido. Martinez comes back with a two piece and they exchange at close range. Salido’s landing the better shots. One minute in. Looping combination from Siri. Martinez to the body, Salido answers. Body shot, uppercut, right hand by Salido. Martinez so far unable to slow him down. Another combination and body shot by Salido. Martinez is landing decent shots but not slowing Salido down. One minute to go. Solid footwork by the Puerto Rican. Clinch. Martinez lands a combination before the bell. 20-18 Salido.
Round three: Salido keeps on trundling along. Martinez continuing to circle well and lands a right hand. Salido comes back with a combination. Hard right to the body and Martinez gets off-balance; the ref calls it a knockdown, but it’s arguable. One minute in. Both men landing hard shots. Big combo by Salido. Salido to the body, Martinez comes back with a right to the head. Good exchanges; Martinez lands his own body shots and jabs. One minute in. Martinez catches him with a counter and Salido stumbles to the mat.. It was inevitable, really. Good 1-2 by Martinez. Combination by the champ until the bell. 29-28 Salido, since the two knockdowns cancel out.
Round four: They get right back to the violence early on. Another hard right staggers Salido and the champ forces him back with heavy shots. Salido’s return fire connects and Martinez slips, giving Siri a breather. One minute in. Salido to the body. Check hook and combination by Martinez. Good body shots by both men. Salido cracks him with hard shots on the ropes. Left hook by Salido, nasty body shots from Martinez. One minute to go. Salido doing well on the advance. Both dig inside. Straight right by Salido. Martinez cuffs him with a left before the bell. 39-37 Salido.
Round five: Salido continues plodding forward, landing and eating shots in roughly equal measure. Uppercuts and looping punches land for both men. Hard right by Salido gets Martinez’s attention and the follow-up shots connect clean. One minute in. They trade in the clinch. Hard left hook by Salido. Martinez again struggling to keep his foe away. Good rights by the Mexican vet. He moves Martinez to the ropes and lands more wide punches. Uppercuts and hooks and straights; Martinez is landing but not nearly with the same efficacy as earlier. Salido ripping to the body. 1-2-3 by Martinez as Salido forces him back. Wilting body shot from Salido. Fun round. 49-46 Salido.
Round six: Salido staying busy with hard punches to the head and body. They trade in the corner; savage body blows from both men. Short left hook from Martinez. Double hook to the body from Salido, 2-3 afterwards. Another hard right from Salido. One minute in. Another hard right. Martinez sneaks a hard uppercut through the guard. Both tag the body. Hard hook from Salido. One minute to go. Clinch. Combination by Martinez. Left hook from Salido, clinch. Martinez lands some good shots in return before the bell. 59-55 Salido.
Round seven: Martinez clinches up. He manages to circle away from some wide punches. Clinch. Right to the body from Salido. Nice brawl near the ropes. Left hook and uppercut by Salido. Another left hook, then a three-piece combo. Nice punches from Salido. He’s landing an impressively high number of those looping power punches. Uppercut from Martinez. One minute to go. Another good uppercut from Martinez. Salido landing more good rights and a left hook. To the body now. Martinez is game but eating a worrying number of punches from Salido. Martinez is just straight-up trying to slug with him and it’s not working. 69-64 Salido.
Round eight: Both land some nasty punches on the ropes. Good exchanges. Uppercuts by Salido. Martinez takes him to the ropes and they continue to trade. Good work by Martinez. One minute in. Nasty body shots by Salido and he lands a long series of good punches. Good body shot by Salido. Martinez to the head. Martinez isn’t moving like he needs to. He does land some nice body shots but Salido forces him back with a straight right. Oh, big shots from Salido. Martinez gets him to the ropes and lands some good shots before being forced out. 79-73 Salido.
Round nine: More of the same; Martinez isn’t boxing like he has to and he’s letting too many of Salido’s looping shots through. Good trade at forehead-to-forehead range. One minute in. Brutal body shot by Siri. Combination lands, Martinez comes back. They dig at close range. Big uppercut by Salido, Martinez throws a combination. Body shots and a nasty upper from Salido. Salido’s body shots are brutal. Salido forces him back in a head-to-head clash. One minute to go. Nice combo from Martinez, Salido comes back with one of his own. Nice body shot by Martinez and an overhand right. Salido steps in with a left. Brutal punches from both men at the bell; Martinez got the better of the end, but it’s still a Salido round. 89-82 Salido.
Round ten: More point-blank exchanges. Salido to the body with multiple hooks. Hard left hooks by Martinez when he gets some space. He gets Salido to the corner and opens up with some good shots. Salido comes back with hard shots at close range. Both men to the body. 1-2-3 by Salido, then another thunderous left to the body. Martinez forces him back to the ropes. Halfway through the round. Left hook and left uppercut from Salido. Martinez continues firing back. One minute to go. Swatting blows from Martinez. Clinch after good shots by Martinez. Clinch. They continue to swing with reckless aplomb until the end. 98-92 Salido.
Round eleven: Martinez on the advance now. He’s fighting with a commendable sense of urgency. Martinez forcing him to the ropes and corners. Salido to the body. One minute in. Clinch. Martinez boxing better this round. Clinch. Body shots land for him. Salido answers in kind. Ref pauses the fight to remove some loose tape from Martinez’s glove. Salido digs some nasty shots to the body. Clinch. One minute to go. Flurry from Martinez. Now they pause the fight to put more tape on Martinez’s glove. Left hook from Salido, clinch. They dig inside. Salido comes on strong with a flurry at the end of the round. 107-102 Salido.
Round twelve: Salido immediately goes to the body, forcing Martinez back. Clinch. Salido wading forward as both men wing heavy shots. Combination by Salido. Martinez cracks him with a left hook. Combo from Martinez. One minute in. More body shots by Salido and a right uppercut. Left hook from Salido. Salido to the body between clinches. Hard shots from both men. One minute to go. Heavy shots by Salido; he’s definitely getting the better of these. Martinez winging hooks in response and landing. Good body blows by the champ. Heavy shots from both men. Huge shots by Salido until the bell. 117-111 Salido.
Final result: Split draw
Badou Jack vs. George Groves
Round one: Both men come out quickly. Groves firing the jab. Jack jabs the body. One minute in. Both men jabbing high and low. Clinch. Left hook by Groves. Clinch, Jack works inside. One minute to go. Right hand by Jack. Groves with a glancing right. Jack cracks him with a right cross, then drops Groves to his knees with an overhand right. The Brit makes it up with time to spare. Jack comes out firing, but no finish materializes. 10-8 Jack.
Round two: Jack lands a 1-2 early on. He looks for the overhand, can’t connect. Jab to the body. Groves with a counter combination. One minute in. Groves on the front foot. Jack’s winning the jab battle. Good body jabs by the champion. Counter right by Jack and both men trade to the body inside. One minute to go. Groves lands a right around the guard. Clinch. Counter right by Groves after taking a 1-2. Competitive round. 20-17 Jack.
Round three: Groves looking to jab with him. Lead right by Jack. Combination by Groves. One minute in. 1-2 from Jack, Groves comes back to the body. Right hand around the guard. Jack lands a looping right and they exchange at close range. 1-2 by Jack knocks Groves back. Groves steps inside with heavy blows, Jack looks to respond in kind. One minute to go. 1-2 by Jack. Groves eats a counter right and body shot, after which they trade inside. 30-26 Jack, but these last two rounds were close.
Round four: Round begins with a jab battle. Groves looks for rights. No big power punches in the first minute. 1-2 by Groves connects. Jack to the body. Lead right lands for him, as does a 1-2. Jack to the body. Groves whiffs on some uppercuts. One minute to go. 1-2 by Jack, they go to the body at point-blank. Counter right by Groves after taking one to the body. Solid jabs and a pair of right hands before the bell land for Groves. 40-35 Jack.
Round five: The jab battle continues. 3-2 from Groves. Jack still targeting the body. Right cross from Groves. Stiff jab connects. One minute in. Both men dig rights to the body and they exchange inside. Jack to the body with his right, Groves does the same and takes a short overhand. Right by Groves. One minute to go. Clinch. 1-2 from Groves, then a heavy cross inside. Groves is having his best round of the fight. Lead right by Jack into the clinch. 49-45 Jack.
Round six: Groves starting to win the jab battle. Triple jab by Groves. Jack doubles up his own jab and blocks a wide right hand. Overhand from Jack and they trade inside. One minute in. 1-2 from Jack. They clinch and Jack digs a right hand to the body. Cross from Groves. 1-2 by Jack. One minute to go. Right to the body. Groves pushes him back with the jab and lands some nice right hands. Jack taking them well. 1-2 by Groves, Jack catches him with a counter right near round’s end. 58-55 Jack.
Round seven: Left hook to the body from Jack. Groves answers. Jack pushes him back with his jab. Groves circles and comes back. 1-2 by Jack, Groves’ is blocked. Inside work by Groves. One minute in. Jack with a right to the body. 3-2 by Groves. 1-2 from Groves. Body shots. Both land uppercuts to the body and swing rights before clinching. Jack with a right downstairs. Forty-five seconds to go. Clinch. Nice right by Jack. They grind away on the inside until the bell. 68-64 Jack.
Round eight: More jabs to start the round. 1-2 and uppercut land for Jack. Nice body shot by Jack, than an overhand in the clinch. Left hook, right to the body. One minute in. Nice jab by Groves. Hard counter cross from Groves, Jack goes to the body. Both dig to the body, Groves loops a right around the guard. One minute to go. Body exchange. Both land rights inside. Another cuffing right by Groves. Clinch. Right by Groves again, they trade to the body inside. Groves pops him with a pair of rights before the bell. 78-73 Jack.
Round nine: Jack opens the round aggressively. Looping right by Jack, then on the counter. Groves to the body. Groves shoves him back. One minute in. Both land good rights, after which Jack goes to the body. Good trades at close range. 1-1-2 by Jack. Another overhand. Jack forces him into the corner and both land some questionable body shots. They trade in center ring, still favoring Jack. One minute to go. Jack staying aggressive, landing to the body. Groves throwing off his back foot. Body shots and overhand rights by Jack. Groves comes back with a right near the bell. 88-82 Jack.
Round ten: Jabs continue to meet faces. Overhand right from Jack, overhand right from Groves. Stiff jab snaps Jack’s head back. Clinch. One minute in. Combination lands for Groves. Right hand and left uppercut right afterwards. Clinch. Jack finding his rhythm again. One minute to go. 1-3 from Jack, both men land good right hands. Overhand right from Groves hits the top of Jack’s head. Hard counter right to the body by Jack and they roughhouse in the clinch. Jack rips to the body after they exchange right hands. 97-92 Jack.
Round eleven: Jabbity jab jabs. 1-1-2 from Groves connects. Jack to the body with the right. Once more after a prolonged jab exchange. One minute in. Jack on the front foot. Lead right lands for him. 1-2 from Groves, counter right by Groves. One minute to go. 3-2 from Groves. Again, Jack comes back with a straight right. Both men land inside. Long right from Jack. Check hook by Jack, then to the body. 1-1-2 by Jack, the right to the body, and Groves comes back to the guts. They swing hard inside. 107-101 Jack.
Round twelve: Jack continues to control the fight with his jab and bodywork. Clinch, Jack exits with a left downstairs. Uppercut and right cross by Groves. One minute in. Good trade inside. Overhand right from Jack and a left hook. Cross from Groves, Jack mugs him inside. Straight right lands for Jack. One minute to go. Groves with a combination. Rights from both. Both land looping rights. They’re both looking for the finish in the last few seconds .117-110 Jack.
Final result: Jack def. Groves by split decision
Jhonny Gonzalez vs. Jonathan Oquendo
Round one: Notorious idiot Russell Mora will be the referee.
Gonzalez looks like the bigger man there despite having competed for some time at lower weights. Slow start to the round, Gonzalez circling and jabbing. Minor technical difficulties means I miss the second minute, during which Oquendo gets dropped by a nasty uppercut. He beats the count and comes out aggressively. Oquendo looking for right hands, lands a good left hook. Gonzalez sneaks in a right hand, Oquendo answers. 10-8 Gonzalez
Round two: Some issues with headbutts in the early going. Oquendo forces his way inside, clinched. Gonzalez looks for the uppercut again, gets moved to the ropes and popped with a left hook. More technical issues, but my feed comes back in time to see Oquendo send Gonzalez to the mat with a heavy cross. He makes it up, only to get stung by another right hook. Oquendo on the attack and Gonzalez’s legs are not there. Oquendo forces him to the ropes and both men swing heavy leather before the bell. Gonzalez’s chin betrays him once again; 18-18.
Round three: Gonzalez wades in with a looping right into the clinch. Oquendo slips on some water. Gonzalez on the counter, firing left handed combinations. Good 1-2 from Gonzalez, who slips as well. Vicious body shots by Gonzalez. Clinch, one minute in. Clinch. Oquendo looking for the cross counter. Long right hand forces Gonzalez to the ropes. Clinch. Lead left hook from the Puerto Rican, combination from Gonzalez. Clinch. One minute to go. Oquendo working from southpaw, just avoids a check hook. Good counter left lands for him. Hard body shot right after. Gonzalez lands a counter right and a combination to force his man back before the bell. 28-27 Oquendo.
Round four: Lead left hook from Oquendo. Gonzalez to the body, eats a nice right hand. Oquendo with a lead right into the clinch. Gonzalez bounces a 3-2 off the guard. Left hook by the Mexican vet. One minute in. 1-1-2 by Oquendo, 1-2 from Gonzalez. Gonzalez to the body. Oquendo looking to loop the right hand around the guard, eats a looping right himself. Another left hook from Gonzalez. One minute to go. Oquendo’s not pressuring like before. Overhand right lands for him. Bell. 37-37.
Round five: Oquendo goes low-high, landing a good right hand. Another cross over Gonzalez’s jab. Left hook, left uppercut by Gonzalez, then a counter body shot. Oquendo going back to the pressure, gets clinched. Gonzalez continues to flash the left uppercut. Oquendo bounces some shots off the guard. One minute in. Overhand right and borderline low blow by Oquendo. Both men go to the body and Gonzalez slips. Gonzalez body shot, clinch. Oquendo returns to southpaw. One minute to go. Clinch. Long left to the body lands. Again. Another one before the bell, clinch. Gonzalez lands a right downstairs before eating another left. 47-46 Oquendo.
Round six: Oquendo goes back to the body early. Gonzalez using left hands to try to fend him off, eats an overhand. Gonzalez to the body, 1-2, check hook. Gonzalez flicking out the jab. One minute in. Left hook from Oquendo. Gonzalez 1-2 blocked. Oquendo moves him to the ropes, clinch. Overhand right, Gonzalez comes back with a hard low-high combination. Another good body shot from Gonzalez as Oquendo takes him to the ropes. Clinch, one minute to go. Combination from Gonzalez, clinch. Oquendo’s doing a good job of keeping the longer man on the ropes. Nasty combo from Gonzalez before the bell. 56-56.
Round seven: Oquendo comes out on the front foot. 3-2 lands for him, left hook upstairs. Gonzalez working his jab. Clinch, one minute in. Again. Oquendo looks for the body. Another shot strays a bit low. Mauro Renallo forgets that open scoring exists, which is amusing. Oquendo staying busy with body work. One minute to go. Combination by the Puerto Rican. Vicious combo by Gonzalez, Oquendo eats it well. Clinch. Gonzalez digs to the guts inside. 66-65 Oquendo.
Round eight: Oquendo moves inside, digs with short punches. Good uppercut by Gonzalez. Left hook, right hand, same again from Oquendo. Gonzalez gets cut again from an inadvertent butt. One minute in. Double left hook by Gonzalez, first one to the body. Clinch. Body shot, clinch. Left hook from Oquendo. Left up top from Gonzalez, Oquendo takes him to the corner. Clinch. One minute to go. They grind inside. Another counter body shot by Gonzalez and they clinch. Yet another body blow and some heavy shots inside by Gonzalez before round’s end. 75-75.
Round nine: Uppercut from Gonzalez, Oquendo continues his forward march. Clinch. Clinch. Good right from Gonzalez inside. Clinch. Oquendo’s blows from outside just aren’t landing clean. Pause to look at the headbutt-borne cuts over Gonzalez’s eyes. One minute in.Nasty body shots by Gonzalez. Oquendo sneaks in an uppercut inside. Oquendo gets inside and goes to the body, clinches. Left hook from Oquendo and Gonzalez slips. Right hand up top by the Puerto Rican. Clinch. One minute to go. Another counter body shot by Gonzalez. They dig to the body in the clinch. Again, clinch. They trade inside to end the round, Gonzalez winning the exchanges with some rib roasters. 85-84 Gonzalez.
Round ten: Oquendo enters the clinch with a body shot and they roughhouse for a bit. Overhand right from him whiffs, straight right soon after does not. Body shot, clinch. Again. One minute in. They pause to cut some loose tape from Oquendo’s gloves. They trade to the body in the clinch. More work inside from both men. More clinches. Oquendo to the body, clinch. Clinch. Gonzalez lands some good shots inside. One minute to go. Oquendo to the body, clinch. Clinch. Yet more clinching, both men whacking away with their free hand. Gonzalez ends the round with an overhand right. 94-94.
Final result: Oquendo def. Gonzalez by majority decision
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