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Margarito vs Williams – Final Weigh-in Friday

pain_punishment.jpgLos Angeles, CA (July 10) – Margarito, Williams, Ward, and Arreola will be featured at a press conference and weigh-in leading up to their fights on “Pride N’ Punishment” Saturday, July 14, at the outdoor tennis stadium at The Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. The Press conference will be held Thursday, July 12th, in Santa Monica at the Pier starting at 1pm. The following day, July 13th, the final weigh-in will be held at the Crown Plaza Hotel, LAX in the Colombard Room starting at 3pm. Fans are welcomed to both events.
Tickets, available for as low as $25, are on sale at Ticketmaster outlets and online at www.Ticketmaster.com, and The Home Depot Center Box Office (open Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.). The first bout July 14 will begin at 5:30 p.m. PT.

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3 Responses to “Margarito vs Williams – Final Weigh-in Friday”

  1. Anonymous says:

    as long as there is a ko it all cool

  2. Bill says:

    If Williams can knock Margarito out, Floyd Mayweather may have a harder time hiding from him. He’s done a good job avoiding Williams up until now, while proclaiming himself “the best figher ever” LOL! He’s all fluff. The fight between he(Mayweather) and Oscar De Lahoya was just a feeble attempt to take attention away from how he’s always avoided any serious competition. Notice how quiet he and his camp are right now.

  3. Josh says:

    he’s quiet because he retired numb nuts, and williams isn’t a name fighter who Mayweather would consider fighting until he builds up his rep, but i agree mayweather was avoiding tough match ups, taking on GATI who had lost 6 times, Judah who was TKO’d in the 2nd by kostazyu, and who citron put a more dominating performance on in a better shape judah, and then called out a retired oscar for one last pay day, reasons like this why mayweather wont go down in the history books

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