The Williams-Lara Scorecards

Round
Bennett
Whitaker
Givens
Lederman (HBO)
1
Lara
Lara
Lara
Lara
2
Lara
Lara
Williams
Lara
3
Williams
Williams
Even
Lara
3/12
Lara by 1
Lara by 1
Even
Lara by 3
4
Lara
Williams
Williams
Williams
5
Williams
Williams
Williams
Williams
6
Williams
Williams
Williams
Lara
6/12
Even
Williams by 2
Williams by 3
Lara by 2
7
Lara
Lara
Lara
Lara
8
Williams
Lara
Williams
Lara
9
Lara
Lara
Lara
Lara
9/12
Lara by 1
Lara by 1
Williams by 2
Lara by 5
10
Williams
Williams
Williams
Lara
11
Williams
Williams
Lara
Lara
12
Lara
Even
Even
Williams
12/12
Even
Williams by 1
Williams by 2
Lara by 6

Update: All three judges have been suspended by the New Jersey State Athletic Commission.

Antillon Chats After His Loss To Rios

The less said about last night's shambolic outcome in the HBO main event, the better (everyone knows a robbery when we see it). Instead, let's focus on the great three-round war on Showtime between Brandon Rios and Urbano Antillon--here's Antillon's thoughts on the bout post-fight:

Unsurprisingly, he says he feels him and Rios will never get along.

The Forgotten Fight: Paul Williams vs. Erislandy Lara

This potentially great fight doesn't seem like its getting its fair share of the hype this week, with most of the attention drawn by the sure-to-be-bloodbath between Brandon Rios and Urbano Antillon on Showtime. But HBO's main event may be more meaningful. Here's some video hype from the final press conference.

In the first segment, a serious Paul Williams promises to drag Lara through the mud.

Here, a supremely confident Lara dismisses Paul Williams, calling him "just another fighter."

This one's shaping up to be an extremely interesting fight. We like the underdog.

Rios & Antillon Strangely Subdued Prior To Their Brawl

In their final press conference, both Brandon Rios and Urbano Antillon seem to have their game faces on in preparation for their WBA Lightweight Title fight on Saturday at the Home Depot Center (broadcast live on Showtime). Who do you like in this bloodbath? Rios is a notoriously slow starter, so Antillon may take charge early, but only the boxing gods know who'll crack under the pressure first. Also, the undercard will be broadcast live on TopRank.com, so you Golden Domers can catch another terrible Mike Lee fight.

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