Floyd Mayweather KOs Victor Ortiz with sucker-punch
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Floyd Mayweather Knocks Out Victor Ortiz In Controversial Title Bout

Floyd Mayweather remained undefeated Saturday night (September 17) with a controversial fourth round knockout of “Vicious” Victor Ortiz at Las Vegas’ MGM Casino. Here’s how it went down… In the fourth, Ortiz began to smother Mayweather, who retreated to the ropes after being caught by two hooks by the Mexican fighter. Then, in what looked to be frustration, Ortiz hit him with, what seemed to be, an intentional headbutt. Referee Joe Cortez immediately stepped in and called time, after which Ortiz approached Mayweather to apologize, then hugged and kissed Floyd on the cheek…
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Floyd Mayweather and Victor Ortiz
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Floyd Mayweather Ready To Give Fans A Show, Ortiz Promises A KO

Floyd Mayweather’s highly anticipated return to the ring is almost here. This Saturday (September 17), he’ll take on “Vicious” Victor Ortiz at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Casino for the Welterweight World Title. As the fight nears, the undefeated boxing great — who last fought in May 2010 against “Sugar” Shane Mosely — is ready. In the final press conference leading up to the fight, Mayweather is leaving everything up to his fists, and puts the braggadocio to the side … at least for now. “I don’t have to brag, I don’t have to boast. I’m going to go in there and execute the game plan,” the boxer said…
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Ortiz Wins Welterweight Title Over Andre Berto In Wild Slugfest

Andre Berto finally stepped up to the platefor his first true test as a champ, when he faced Mexican-American boxer, “Vicious” Victor Ortiz on Saturday (April 16) at the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, CT., and boy, was it an exciting fight. Ortiz was looking to vilify himself from his 2009 performance against Marcos Maidana, in which he was accused of giving up in the sixth round; and Berto was trying to erase doubts…
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