Tito Jones Picks the Fights

What’s up, people? Tito Jones here bringing you my picks for this weekend’s fights.

Today is the anniversary of Tyson-Douglas

but I gotta say, there will be no honorary upsets in their honor this weekend.

First up in Canada we have Friday Night Fights with Antonin Decarie (24-1) vs. Shamone Alvarez (21-3). I’m taking Decarie here. I don’t know much about him but Alvarez has had his shot and I think he is just an opponent here. If it goes the distance, I think Decarie takes it easily.

After that we have Jo Jo Dan (27-1) vs. Steve Forbes (35-8). Forbes is waaaaaay past his prime and he doesn’t let his hands go nearly enough to win this one. I have Dan by unanimous decision.

On Showtime’s Shobox in Atlantic City,  Rico Ramos (18-0) takes on Alejandro Valdez (23-4-3). I’m not sure about Ramos’ power but he is a fast guy and Valdez just seems like an opponent. Ramos by late TKO.

Eddie Chambers (35-2) vs. Derric Rossy (25-2). Hmmmm, that’s pretty easy. Eddie Chambers by decision. He’s a better boxer and beaten better people.

Cornelius White (16-0) vs. Don George (20-1-1). This one is tough because no one I know has seen White. George got exposed in his last fight but I have a feeling that this is a get back fight. Give me George by decision.

On Telefutura, Peter Quillin (22-0) fights Dennis Sharpe (17-5-3). Sharpe is old, hasn’t fought in years and wasn’t very good when he was fighting. Quillin by brutal knockout.

In Germany Steve Cunningham (23-2) gets a little tune up action against Enad Licina (19-2). Cunningham by KO.

Arthur Abraham (31-2) needs a new engine but he’ll settle for an oil change against  Stjepan Bozic (24-4). I say Arthur Abraham by nasty knockout late.

Finally, in  Guadalajara, Mexico on  FOX Sports Marco Antonio Barrera (66-7) will blast out  Jose Arias (15-1) for your viewing pleasure.

It’s going to be a good weekend for fights.

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