Fernando Guerrero vs Jesse Nicklow Live Results Boxing Replay Video

Showtime Boxing Fernando Guerrero vs. Jesse Nicklow Friday, December 4

Fernando Guerrero defeated Jessie Nicklow with a 4th Round KO


Guerrero vs. Nicklow Live (SHO)
FRI DEC 18 2009 11PM ET/PT
Grand Casino, Hinckley, Minnesota

Watch Fernando Guerrero vs Jesse Nicklow ShoBox live results, replay online here. The WBOaka World Boxing Organization rated No.15 boxer, Fernando Guerrero who’s with an unbeaten record is all set to fight against Jesse Nicklow Shobox in the 10-round middleweight bout of the ShoBox final event, which is scheduled on December 18, 2009 at the Grand Casino Hinckley, Hinckley, Minnesota.

DiBella Entertainment actually is promoting the fights of the ShoBox event.

The 23-year-old Guerrero has a record of scoring 13 non-stop knockouts in just about four rounds. The 160-pound boxing prospect Guerrero is absolutely in a dangerous form, and his trainer Barry Hunter believes that the upcoming fight against the gritty fighter Nicklow is considered to be getting Fernando closer to the World title. Well, is it really?

On the other side, the 22-year-old Jesse Nicklow has faced Guerrero for 5 times in the amateur rounds and won two times. So it’s not all that bad for Jesse Nicklow, he has a chance now to even the scores. And, Nicklow is also confident of defeating Guerrero with his previous experience, and his trainer Danny Kisner has chalked out the game plan to deal with Fernando in the ring. The match will surely be an exciting contest, and it is just impossible to guess the winner though Fernando looks a stronger contender.

UFC 105 Results – UFC 105 Couture vs Vera Results Live

UFC 105 Couture vs. Vera Results, Fight Card Winners, Videos

UFC 105 : Couture vs Vera Live Play-by-Play
Date: November 14, 2009, Time: 8PM ET/PT
Location: Manchester, England

The Ultimate Fighting Championship 105 or UFC 105, which is the mixed martial arts event will kick start from November 14th at Manchester Evening News Arena, England. You can watch the event live on Spike. There are few changes in the event: the bout between BJ Penn and Diego Sanchez is likely to take place in UFC 107 and the bout between Antonio Rogerio Nogueira and Luiz Arthur Cane is postponed to UFC 106. Dong Hyun Kim has suffered an injury and will not be playing against Dan Hardy and Mike Swick has replaced Kim.

The main card includes; light heavyweight bout between Randy Couture and Brandon Vera, under the welterweight you will have a fight between Mike Swick and Dan Hardy, in the middleweight there is a fight between Michael Bisping and Denis Kang, James Wilks will fight against Matt Brown under the welterweight and Ross Pearson will face Aaron Riley under the lightweight category.

The preliminary card includes; bout between Paul Taylor and John Hathaway, another bout between Nick Osipczak and Matthew Riddle under the welterweight category, in the lightweight category you will have fights of Terry Etim v Shannon Gugerty, Paul Kelly v Dennis Siver and Andre Winner v Rolando Delgado and there is one light heavyweight fight between Alexander Gustafsson and Jared Hamman.

UFC 105 Results

The UFC 105 Winners Results will be updated live here.

UFC 105 Matches
Preliminary card  
Lightweight bout: Andre Winner vs. Rolando Delgado Winner defeated Delgado via KO (punch) at 3:22 of round 1.
Light Heavyweight bout: Alexander Gustafsson vs. Jared Hamman Gustafsson defeated Hamman via KO (punches) at 0:41 of round 1.
Lightweight bout: Paul Kelly vs. Dennis Siver Siver defeated Kelly via TKO (strikes) at 2:53 of round 2.
Welterweight bout: Nick Osipczak vs. Matthew Riddle Osipczak defeated Riddle via TKO (punches) at 3:53 of round 3.
Lightweight bout: Terry Etim vs. Shannon Gugerty Etim defeated Gugerty via submission (guillotine choke) at 1:24 of round 2.
Welterweight bout: Paul Taylor vs. John Hathaway Hathaway defeated Taylor via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-26).
Main Card
Lightweight bout: Ross Pearson vs. Aaron Riley Pearson defeated Riley via TKO (doctor stoppage) at 4:34 of Round 2.
Welterweight bout: James Wilks vs. Matt Brown Brown defeated Wilks via TKO (punches) at 2:26 of Round 3.
Middleweight Bout: Michael Bisping vs. Canada Denis Kang Bisping defeated Kang via TKO (punches) at 4:24 of Round 2
Welterweight bout: Mike Swick vs. Dan Hardy Hardy defeated Swick via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)
Light Heavyweight bout: Randy Couture vs. Brandon Vera Couture defeated Vera via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

UFC 105: Couture vs. Vera Weigh-In Results

Main Card

Randy Couture (204) vs. Brandon Vera (204)
Mike Swick (170) vs. Dan Hardy (171)
Michael Bisping (186) vs. Denis Kang (185)
James Wilks (169) vs. Matt Brown (170)
Ross Pearson (156) vs. Aaron Riley (155)

Primary Card

Paul Taylor (170) vs. John Hathaway (170)
Terry Etim (155) vs. Shannon Gugerty (155)
Nick Osipczak (170) vs. Matthew Riddle (171)
Paul Kelly (156) vs. Dennis Siver (155)
Alexander Gustafsson (203) vs. Jared Hamman (204)
Andre Winner (155) vs. Rolando Delgado (156)

Spain v Serbia Fiba Euro Basket 2009 Final Score, Highlights – September 20th


The EuroBasket 2009 is getting hotter with the youngest team in the tournament making their way into the finals with a thrilling win in the semi finals during overtime against Slovenia. The man who have contributed to make Serbia eye the gold medal and who have also confirmed that Serbia is going to the 2010 FIBA World Championship with at least silver is none other than Milos Teodosic.

He was simply brilliant on the court and is the key player besides the highly motivated young Serbs to put Serbia at Spodek Katowice. The team is all geared up to face the Spaniards, whom they will meet for the second time in this tournament. Dusan Ivkovic’s men will put in their best efforts to clinch the title.

On the other hand, World Champion Spain will not let go the European gold medal without a tough fight. Additionally, the semi final between Spain and Greece was one sided. Spain really knocked out Greece to confirm its place in the finals. Spain have the strongest record in European Basketball, exporting the most players to the NBA, so it is no surprise to see their dominance in Eurobasket. Vertical Jump Development claim that this can be put down to their emphasis on vertical leap, with one of their players setting a world record for the highest vertical jump.

The ace player of Spain, Pau Gasol and his experienced team will fight out with defence as the Spaniard’s key weapon to strike the Serbs. In the early phase of the tournament Spain really struggled but the team has got back that winning spark to cruise past France and Greece to reach Spodek Katowice.

A tough and an exciting fight is expected on the cards between the newbie and the experienced ones!

Update: Final score

Spain 85 — 63 Serbia

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