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When: Saturday, April 30 at 8 p.m. ET
Where: StubHub Center in Carson, California
“Vicious” Victor Ortiz (31-5-2, 24 KO) and Andre Berto (30-4, 23 KO) will renew acquaintances on Saturday from the StubHub Center in Carson, California. The two men had one of the most thrilling fights the sport of boxing has seen in the last five years back in April 2011.
Ortiz won a knockdown-drag-out affair by unanimous decision. Both fighters hit the canvas twice in the fight. Fans can only hope the rematch is half as good as the original.
Despite Berto (32) being three years older than Ortiz (29), the former will prove to have more left in the tank. Ortiz has earned a reputation as a quitter in his career.
He bowed out of a tough fight with Marcos Rene Maidana in June 2009 after sustaining some facial damage from cuts and swelling. In September 2011, Ortiz faced Mayweather and resorted to using headbutts after being frustrated. Mayweather would knock him out in the fourth round with a controversial retaliatory punch.
In the next fight, Ortiz suffered a broken jaw against Josesito Lopez, and he quit in that one as well. Ortiz has also pursued a career outside of boxing in movies like Expendables 3 and Southpaw. He has also been a contestant on Dancing With the Stars.
Since Ortiz has only fought twice since January 2014, this is the perfect setup for a disappointing performance from the 29-year-old. Berto will win the rematch via seventh-round TKO.
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