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OSCAR DE LA HOYA vs. SUGAR SHANE MOSLEY (1) Bud 

Description : Here we have a Super Scarce Budweiser official fight sponsors boxing Pay-Per-View poster for the Super fight at the MGM Grand Las Vegas.

De La Hoya returned to his usual style in this first Mosley bout, standing square to his opponent and mostly flat-footed in the center of the ring, looking for openings for his left hook and right. For defense, he tried to catch Mosley's gloves with his own. But Mosley was jabbing well and landed sharp rights over De La Hoya's lowered left hand. Mosley said afterward that he was able to score with his right effectively because De La Hoya "wanted to land the left hook so bad."

The back-and-forth battle between two exquisitely conditioned boxers was difficult to score. Neither man was hurt. Mosley ended up landing 42 percent of his punches to just 36 percent for De La Hoya, with Mosley's advantage surprisingly coming from "power" shots, which he landed at a 57 percent rate. Mosley got the split decision. In the end, he just "out-hustled" the 27-year-old De La Hoya, as TV commentator George Foreman put it. The judges scores were: | judge: Lou Filippo 112-116 | judge: Pat Russell 113-115 | judge: Marty Sammon 115-113 victory for Mosley by SD

These Budweiser official fight sponsors PPV posters are not made available for public consumption & can only be sourced from a participating PPV outlet hence the scarcity as once the televised event if over, then these posters go straight to skip.

Postage: £10.00 UK Special Delivery... £20.00 International.

Condition : Excellent/minor edge wear/framed 4 display purposes only!
Size : 19in x 25in
Price : £45.00
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