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Saturday, September 17, 2011

The long wait is finally over, Mayweather and Ortiz fights today

Announced first in April 2011, the Mayweather vs Ortiz fight will finally happen today. After Victor Ortiz's (29 wins, 2 losses, 2 draws, 22 knockouts) win against previously undefeated and reigning WBC Welterweight title-holder, Andre Berto, Floyd Mayweather Jr (41 wins, 0 loss, 25 knockouts) climb up the squared circle and presented himself to be the next opponent of the newly crowned champion.

The long wait is finally here. Mayweather versus Ortiz will happen tonight inside the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. Boxing fans are already anxious to hear Michael Buffer, the ring announcer, to deliver his popular boxing spiel - "Are you ready to rumble?"

The betting odds of boxing are all favoring undefeated American Floyd Mayweather Jr but 24-year-old Victor Ortiz is unfazed of his underdog status. He is confident that after the fight, he will still be the WBC Welterweight Champion of the world.

Tonight, catch the round by round live updates on the Ortiz vs Mayweather mega-fight. It is expected that that jam-packed crowd inside the venue and the millions of fans watching on HBO live streaming will be entertained by the fireworks performance of the two boxers and their undercards.

Floyd Mayweather Jr is, without any doubt, one of the best boxers of all time. His perfect record and performance in the ring speaks for himself. Tagged as an arrogant trash-talker who has nothing to do but make alibis so he will not fight Manny Pacquiao, he is still one of the most sought-after pugilists today.

Tonight, Victor Ortiz will try to prove his critics wrong. After his fight against Marcos Rene Maidana in 2009, many deemed him incapable of fighting the big fights. After scoring some vicious knockdowns in the early rounds, Ortiz suffered a KO in the sixth round. Because of the worst cut above his eye, the referee decided to discontinue the fight and gave the victory to Maidana. In April this year, 4-to-1 underdog Victor Ortiz got the better of Andre Berto by scoring a couple of knockdowns that led to his unanimous decision victory.

Against the Grand Rapids, Michigan native, Mexican-American Victor Ortiz will do everything in his power to pull one of the biggest upsets in the history of the sport, comparable to the Tyson-Douglas fight, which happened years ago.

Today, Mayweather vs Ortiz will surely be the trending topic in the internet. Facebook, Twitter, Google+ among others will be full of comments about Floyd Mayweather and Victor Ortiz.

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