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Pay Per Mismatch: Canelo tames El Perro

Last Saturday night we witnessed one of the worst pay per view’s in recent memory.   Saul “Canelo” Alvarez totally dominated overmatched Alfredo “El Perro” Angulo over 9+ rounds before referee Tony Weeks put a merciful halt to the one sided masacre.   896 more words

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KNOCKOUT NATION: Alfredo Angulo vs Canelo Alvarez: The Interview

Canelo vs. Angulo airs this Saturday (March 8) on Showtime pay-per-view at 9 p.m. ET.

Under most circumstances, it is not in a boxer’s best interest to go “toe to toe” with an opponent. 372 more words

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How Sid is Redefining Himself

First off guys, what’s up? Been real busy readjusting to life back here in the US sorry for my lack of posts. Secondly, this post will not be popular, why? 183 more words

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The Fear of Insanity with Francisco Goya

While I studied abroad in Spain I took a class on the history of Spanish art. We covered all the classics, including Dali, Picasso, Velasquez and Gaudi, but I must say: 591 more words

Spain

El Perro Del Hortelano

El Perro Del Hortelano

The Gardener’s Dog

The story of The Gardener’s Dog, (originally “The Dog in the Manger”) originates as the Greek fable of the dog that guards the manger, not allowing the other animals to eat the hay and other food they need. 407 more words

Jungle

The Dogs of Iquitos

Iquitos, Peru
December 28, 2012

The Dogs of Iquitos.

Iquitos has a large population of stray dogs. They lie snoozing through heat and rain on sidewalks, cruise the markets for dropped food, nose through garbage for anything edible, and scratch. 174 more words

Iquitos

Alfredo Angulo: Trapped In The Kennel

Alfredo Angulo: Trapped In The Kennel

When Alfredo Angulo was given the ring moniker of “El Perro,” which means The Dog in Spanish, it seemed very fitting considering the nature of his boxing style.   3,032 more words

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