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Timothy Bradley Jr. vs. Joel Casamayor: 12 rounds (For Bradley's WBO junior welterweight title)
Bradley comes into this fight with an undefeated record of 27-0 with 11 knockouts. Casamayor is 38-5-1 and is a former lightweight and former super featherweight champion.
Casamayor's only losses since 2004 were to Robert Guerrero and Juan Manuel Marquez, so he might offer up a much better challenge than expected. Still, he just turned 40, and hasn't been that active over the past two years.
Bradley should win a unanimous decision.
Mike Alvarado vs. Breidis Prescott: 10 rounds (junior welterweights)
Alvarado is 31-0 with 22 knockouts. Prescott comes into the fight with a 24-3 record, including his first-round KO win over Amir Khan.
Alvarado was last seen beating Gabriel Martinez, but he does have wins over Emmanuel Clottey and Cesar Bazan as well. It's going to be hard to break his confidence, as he is coming into this bout undefeated.
Prescott is a good test for the 31-year-old, but Alvarado will leave with a closely contested decision victory.
Luis Cruz vs. Juan Carlos Burgos: 10 rounds (super featherweight)
Cruz is undefeated at 19-0 with 15 knockouts. He will take a step up in competition against Juan Carlos Burgos, who is 27-1 with 19 knockouts in his career.
Like the other two undefeated boxers on the undercard, Cruz has a lot to fight for, and it's going to put a lot of added pressure onto him come fight night.
This is one fight on the card in which I don't lean toward the undefeated boxer.