The slugfest between hammer-fisted behemoths Chris Arreola and Curtis Harper likely won’t be included in any "Art of Boxing" instructional videos anytime soon, but that doesn't mean it wasn't fun to watch.
On Tuesday, we delivered a pair of tough-as-nails 126-pounders throwing punches in bunches. Today, it’s two 160-pounders throwing bombs with bad intentions.
In the run up to their 126-pound “Battle of Los Angeles” on August 29, Leo Santa Cruz and Abner Mares independently promised fireworks from the opening bell. But it’s difficult to believe either fighter thought they’d make good on that promise in the manner in which they did.
We’re not gonna lie to you: We didn’t go out searching for 12 drummers drumming or 10 lords a leaping, let alone six geese a laying. (Although if anyone knows where to find eight maids a milking, please give us a shout.)