🔥 Results: Rosado vs Arias 🔥.
The judges scored it a split draw. How did you have this fight scored?
I thought Rosado deserved the win, just like ring side commentator @thelatinsnake_ did. I thought @kinggabrosado fought smart and boxed when he wanted, and then got the best of Arias when he pressed the action and came forward. Rosado looked fresh after 12 rounds. No cuts, bruises, nothing. I think Rosaso deserved that W, but got screwed again as he has been throughout his career anytime a fight is close. Damn shame.
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- Rios vs Alvarez.
- Shields vs Rankin.
- Miller vs Dimu.
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Arias is back in action for the first time since losing out on points to Daniel Jacobs in New York last November, siting a huge blister as the cause of him having to adopt a defensive approach against the now-IBF World champion who handed him a first career loss in his 19th fight.
When ‘Cuba’ and Rosado met in a press conference to announce the fight in the Big Apple, the pair exchanged harsh words on their respective career – with Rosado’s ‘bitch’ jibe a counter to Arias pointing out the number of losses and KO’s the Philadelphian has suffered – and a $10,000 wager being laid on the bout.
The pair will talk for one final time at tomorrow’s press conference in Wichita and Arias expects to hear more of the same, but he’s ready to prove that doubters wrong and show the Jacobs loss has made him a stronger fighter. “That's his only stab at me to say that I ran like a bitch against Jacobs,” said Arias. “But I didn't get KO'd. He's had two feet against plenty of guys and got KO'd, beaten up badly. I had a little scratch on my face after the Jacobs fight. “I was physically and mentally ready for the fight and I believed I would win. I made a rookie mistake with my footwear and I learned a lesson the hard way. “The fact that I was able to get out of that fight against a 190lbs guy with just a scratch, it shows I can compete with the best and it's time to get my things in order and really prove that I can hang with all the top guys. “I am putting pressure on myself to erase the bad taste I left last time, that's the task this weekend. I need to prove that I am not a little bitch. It may have looked like I ran like one but I am not - I had to do that to survive and make the 12 rounds. I am a true warrior and I love the wars, I love to bang it out - I just wasn't physically capable of doing that in the Jacobs fight. “I left a sour taste in the mouths of the fans in the Jacobs
Former world title challenger Gabriel Rosado last saw action 12 months ago when he punched Glen Tapia’s ticket with a sixth-round TKO in Las Vegas. After signing with DAZN, the Philly native now jumps back into the middleweight mix against Milwaukee’s Luis Arias at the Kansas Star Arena in Mulvane, Kansas, on Saturday. Arias was on an 18-fight unbeaten streak before he fell to Danny Jacobs last year on HBO. “He was on his bike against Jacobs. He stepped up a level and choked,” Rosado told The Ring. The insults began when the pair met face-to-face in New York City at the press conference for a card that also includes Jarrell Miller and Brandon Rios. Arias was outfitted with a “Jason” mask and hawked provocations at Rosado who sat back and listened to his testy opponent. “Usually happens with guys who aren’t confident,” quipped Rosado when telling this writer about fighters who get excited at pressers. Arias continued this week, telling The Ring that Rosado is a “human punching bag.” and a “perfect opponent who is gonna stand right in front of you.” Rosado shook off the comments telling this writer “That dude can try to do whatever he wants. Nothing he’s gonna do is gonna work. He’s too slow. He’s flat-footed. He can’t hit half as hard as any of the top middleweights I fought. If GGG couldn’t put me down, what makes him think he can? None of those guys put me down.” So could it be a brawl? “He’s not good enough for it to be a brawl,” said Rosado. “In order for it to be a brawl, it takes two evenly-matched guys. I should have my way with him. He’s not on the same level for me to make it a brawl.” Rosado continued “My goal is for people to have seen how good of a boxer I am. I think people think of Gabe Rosado and they see the warrior and the big heart. They’ll see my skills on display against Arias.” News Credit: The RING
Amazing game last night with great people. Got a couple of pictures for the history books with the #Dodgers Godfather @tommylasorda2, boxing greats @kinggabrosado and @josephdiazjr many good conversation with family and friends in the #Suitelife Look forward to doing it again in the World Series! And last but not least seeing two great homeruns by @machados13 and @yazmaniandvl were the highlight of the game along with #claytonkershaw amazing pitching performance.
Happy birthday to my godson @gabrielmrosado ! I am so proud of the man you have become. You are beautiful inside and out! You are a true gentleman and I love you so much!!!! I wish I was there to give you a big squeeze! A dinda te ama! 💕 #gabrielrosado