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WBO junior lightweight champion Román “Rocky” Martinez traveled this afternoon to Glasgow, Scotland, to complete his training for his Saturday, September 4 bout versus Ricky Burns at the Kelvin Hall in Glasgow, Scotland. Martinez (24-0-1, 15 KOs) will defend his title for the third time against Burns (28-2, 7KOs). Martinez won the title last March 14, 2009 when he knocked out British Nicky Cook in England. Martinez traveled with his trainers Raúl “Papo” Torres and Dennis “Sensei” Rivera, and his manager Manuel Martinez. The night will be promoted by Peter Rivera, PR Best Boxing Promotions. Click here for more photos…
Silencing the critics with an even-stronger repeat performance, Frankie “The Answer” Edgar said he’d fought “with a chip on his shoulder,” while dominating former champ BJ “The Prodigy” Penn at UFC 118 in Boston.
“Every fighter should fight with a chip on their shoulder,” said Edgar. “I believe in myself and so does my team. I think the first fight built my confidence.”
While BJ continually tried to stalk down the elusive champion, it was Edgar using all the tools of a mixed martial artist, who was able to take down Penn in the first and use his quickness to beat Penn to the punch . . . Click here for more
Ringside report and photos by Felipe Leon
Baja Boxing in association with the Castro Limon Foundation of Tijuana presented a special “KO Against Child Cancer” fight card in benefit of the foundation. The foundation is dedicated in alleviating the suffering of children suffering from the different strains of the disease. Baja Boxing, led by Antonio “Cañas” Lozada, put together a ten card fight card in which part of the proceeds were donated to the foundations. Along with the over the one thousand fight fans present at the Municipal Auditorium, several children from the foundation were present at the event . . . Click here for more
By Chris Perry at ringside
“Dangerous” Dorin Spivey won a hard fought unanimous decision over Leo Martinez in the August 28 “War At The Shore” main event at the Virginia Beach Convention Center in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Both fighters went toe-to-toe for ten rounds. Martinez (15-14, 7 KOs) was very busy and pressured Spivey (38-6, 29 KOs) throughout the bout with a straight forward, in-your-face attack. Spivey, however, scored two standing eight counts in the first round and landed the more effective blows throughout to win the contest. The judges score cards read 95-92, 98-90 and 95-94.
In the featured supporting bouts of the show promoted by Nick Garone of X-Cel Worldwide and Daryl DeCroix of Daryl DeCroix Promotions, junior lightweight Meacher Major “Pain” (18-4-1, 14 KOs) defeated Jamar Saunders (5-7-1, 2 KOs) by TKO when the bout was waved off before the start of the fourth round due to a sever cut over Saunders’ right eye and MMA star Antwain “The Juggernaut” Britt won his professional boxing debut knocking out Antonio King (0-1, 0 KOs) forty-nine seconds into round one.
By Shamus Young at ringside
Cruiserweight Jason “Friday the 13th” Douglas improved to 8-2 with a 7th round TKO of Brent Urban, 6-3-1, at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma, WA. Both men were free swinging sluggers who connected almost at will. The difference in the fight proved to be in the footwork. Urban waded forward squared up. Douglas fought from a conventional stance which allowed him to punch straighter and harder and win most of the exchanges. The damage added up and in the 7th of a scheduled 8 round fight, Urban stopped defending himself and was battered about the head until referee Paul Field intervened. Time of the stoppage was 1:47.
In the co-main event, Lightweight Francisco “Paco” Reyes used advantages in reach, hand speed, and accuracy to dominate Heder Rivas en route to a 6 round unanimous decision. Scores were 59-55 and 60-54 twice. Fightnews had it 59-55. Reyes improves to 6-1 and Heder falls to 6-2. (more…)
Photos: Jose I. Perez Cabrera/PR Best Boxing Promotions
In a sensational fight, WBA mini-flyweight world champion Giovanni Segura (25-1, 21 KOs) scored a punishing eighth round KO over previously unbeaten WBO mini-flyweight Iván Calderón (34-1-1, 6 KOs) to unify the 108lb championship on Saturday night at the Coliseo Mario “Quijote” Morales in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico. Calderon boxed beautifully early on, but Segura turned the tide and had him in trouble in rounds five and six. Calderon weathered some difficult moments, and regained his form in the seventh. Segura, however, continued to pressure the 35-year-old ring legend and floored him for the count with a devastating liver shot in round eight. Time was 1:34. (more…)
Photos: Miguel Cotto Promotions
In a full Juan R. Viera Coliseum in Las Piedras, PR. “El Artesano” Luis Cruz (16-0 13KOs) had a magnificent performance with a tremendous TKO victory in the 5th round over Colombian warrior Hevinson Herrera (14-6-1 12KOs). After receiving a hard punishment since the beginning of the first round, Hevinson Herrera did not walk out from the corner in the end of round five. Luis Cruz is the new Junior Lightweight WBO Latino Champion. “I feel extremely happy. I trained really hard for this win. We knew that we were going to catch him. I want to send a message to all the Junior Lightweights of the world, here I am. I will become a world champion very soon” Luis Cruz said. In other news WBO world ranked #14 in the super bantamweight division and actual USNBC champion Jayson “La Maravilla” Vélez (14-0 11KOs) won a unanimous decision over Isaac Hidalgo. Jesús Rojas (15-1 12KOs) had a devasting KO win over Angel L. Paneto.
Returning from a 14-month injury break, super featherweight Monty Meza-Clay (29-3, 20 KOs) scored a third round stoppage over Allen Litzau (13-6, 7 KOs) on Saturday night at the Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Latzau’s corner surrendered at 2:47 in the third with their fighter being pummeled on the ropes. Litzau’s more accomplished brother NABF super featherweight champion Jason Litzau (27-2, 21 KOs) could be next for Meza-Clay.
Courtesy Jim Jenkins, Sacramento Bee
Both Sacramento entries, light-heavyweight Otis Griffin and middleweight Brandon Gonzales, won their feature bouts in decisive fashion Saturday night in Fallon, Nev.
In the eight-round main event at the outdoor fairgrounds venue, Griffin (23-6-2), ranked 10th by the International Boxing Federation, posted a unanimous decision over Billy Bailey (10-10) of Bakersfield in the eight-round main event. Judges’ scores were 79-73, 78-74, 78-74.
After scoring a first-round knockdown, Gonzales (13-0) halted Byron Tyson (9-2-2) of Los Angeles via a severe eye cut at 1:59 in the third round. It was Gonzales’ 10th knockout win in the scheduled six-rounder.
Interim WBA World light welterweight champion Marcos Maidana (29-1, 27 KOs) retained his title over former world champion DeMarcus ‘Chop Chop’ Corley (37-14-1, 22 KOs) by way of a very tough unanimous decision. The bout took place at the Estadio Luna Park, in Buenos Aires, Distrito Federal, Argentina. The official scores were 117-110, 115-112, 116-110 all in favor of Maidana. The 36-year-old Corley fought his best fight in years giving the 27-year-old Maidana all he could handle in the fight. (more…)
Octagonside by Robert Kravantka
Photos by Ed Mulholland
Many said that his first victory in April was a fluke and UFC lightweight champion Frankie Edgar willingly accepted a rematch. In the main event of UFC 118 Edgar defeated former champion BJ Penn for a second time via unanimous decision. Edgar controlled the pace of the fight with lightening fast footwork, slick takedowns, and quick in-and-out punching. Edgar was a step ahead of his opponent for all five rounds, and Penn appeared winded and off balance for most of the fight. In the fourth round Penn was able to take Edgar to the mat but failed to capitalize. Edgar stayed aggressive in round five and finished the bout still-pursuing the challenger. Scores all read the same, 50-45.
47 year old Randy “The Natural” Couture needed just 3:19 to hand five-time world boxing champion James “Lights Out” Toney his first professional defeat in the sport of mixed martial arts. Toney began the contest by assuming his traditional boxing stance but was taken to the canvas with ease by the Hall-of-Famer Couture. Once on the ground, Toney proved to be truly out of his element as he was unable to defend the punches raining down to his head from his well-positioned opponent. Toney was unable to produce any kind of effective defense against “The Natural” and soon found himself in a tight arm triangle choke. It was only a matter of time before Toney was forced to submit. (more…)
By Kurt Wolfheimer at ringside
Heavyweight Chazz “The Gentleman” Witherspoon (27-2, 19 KOs) stopped Livin Castillo (16-10, 10 KOs) in round seven on Saturday night at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City. Witherspoon broke it open in the seventh when he dropped Castillo and got the stoppage moments later. Time was 2:21.
Undefeated super middleweight Farah Ennis (16-0, 10 KOs) scored a third round KO over Reggie Pena (6-4, 1 KO). Ennis bodywork too much and Pena sank to a knee at 1:56 after right to the body.
By Dave Spencer / Fightnews Canada
Coming in on three days’ notice, light welterweight Hammerin’ Hank Lundy (19-1, 8 KOs) took a workmanlike ten round unanimous decision Omri Lowther (14-2, 10 KOs) on Saturday night at the Club Metropolis in Montreal. Scores were 98-92, 100-90, 100-90.
“I still look pretty right?” said a pumped Lundy as he left the ring and returned to his dressing room afterwards. Lundy might have look pretty but the fight itself was often somewhat less than that with long periods of inactivity from both fighters. The Atlanta born Lowther who now fights out of Toronto under Chris Johnson, trainer of two-time world champion Steve Molitor often proved tough to hit and countered well but Lundy was just too strong for his opponent. (more…)
Ringside report and photos by Felipe Leon
With a pending month long celebration of Mexico’s bicentennial around the corner in September, the fireworks came early this past Friday night at Tijuana’s Municipal Auditorium compliments of bantamweight Jose “Tigre” Cayetano (7-0, 2 KOs) as he systematically destroyed Jesus “Kalaka” Navarrete (18-4, 13 KOs) in two rounds in the final of the “Guante Azteca (Aztec Glove)” tournament presented by Zanfer Promotions and Canal Azteca . . . Click here for more
By Alexey “Oscar” Potapov at ringside
Former WBA bantamweight champion Wladimir Sidorenko (22-2-2, 7 KOs) returned with a unanimous decision win over Mbwana Matumla (19-5, 11 KOs) on Saturday night at Independence Square, Kiev, Ukraine to take the vacant WBC International Silver super flyweight title. This boxing show attracted more than10,000 spectators. Matumla competently worked jabs with his long reach and moved well in the ring, possibly breaking Sidorenko’s nose. But from the third round on, Wladimir dominated. He was always aggressive, threw many blows, and well worked with body-punches. In the seventh round, Sidorenko started to hammer in the Ugandian. Sidorenko was very fast and active, helped by Matumba who was passive surprising the onlookers. In the twelfth round, Sidorenko rocked his foe and looked for the knockout, but Matumba stayed on his feet. Judges scored it 120-108 (twice) and 119-109. Fightnews scorecard 118-110. (more…)
By Jose E. Santiago
Photos: Ozzie Santiago
Last night at the luxurious Westin Peachtree Plaza hotel in the heart of Atlanta GA on a card promoted by Greg Barckoff’s The Big Rock Out, Zahir “King” Raheem and Paul “The Truth” Delgado dazzled their hometown crowd with an excellent exhibition of flash and power. The crowd was also treated with the The Big Rock’s presentation of “The Ring of Honor” to legendary Atlanta and boxing great Evander “The Real Deal” Holyfield. (more…)
By Rick Scharmberg at ringside
Jose Angel “Silver Boy” Rodriguez, of New York, NY won the vacant IBF North American middleweight belt with a hard-fought twelve round unanimous decision over Russell “Spiderman” Jordan, of Rochester, NY last night at the sold-out Dover Downs Hotel & Casino in Dover, Delaware. In the co-feature, Amir “Hardcore” Mansour, of Penns Grove, NJ brutally stopped Samuel “Showtime” Brown, of Fort Campbell, KY in the second round of a scheduled six round heavyweight contest. (more…)
If Frankie Edgar hasn’t changed a lot – actually, not at all – since winning the UFC lightweight title from BJ Penn in April, it’s not hard to understand why.
As recently as mid-2007, before his third UFC bout, against Spencer Fisher, Edgar’s days weren’t filled with training, interviews, photo shoots, and time with the family. They were filled with training, interviews, photo shoots, time with the family, and full shifts as a union plumber . . . Click here for more by Thomas Gerbasi, UFC
In a featherweight main event former world title challenger Emmanuel Lucero (24-5-1, 14 KOs) returned to the ring with a unanimous eight round decision win over veteran Robert Da Luz on Thursday night at the Township Auditorium, Columbia, South Carolina. Lucero once unsuccessfully challenged then IBF super bantamweight champion Manny Pacquiao.
On the undercard unbeaten super middleweight irish prospect Chris Fitzpatrick (11-0, 4 KOs) blasted out Vincent Robbins in one round. Welterweight Harrison Cuello (20-13-3, 15 KOs) rebounded from his loss earlier this month to Breidis Prescott with a 1st round KO of Shane Gierke. The event was promoted by Andrew Stokes’ Palmetto Boxing.
By Graham Houston
There usually comes a time when great champions with long winning runs suffer their first loss and it always comes as something of a surprise. Antonio Cervantes losing to Wilfred Benitez, Eder Jofre to Fighting Harada, Pascual Perez to Pone Kingpetch, Ruben Olivares to Chucho Castillo, Wilfredo Gomez to Azumah Nelson, are all fights that come to mind in which champions who had been winning title fights almost as a matter of routine left the ring as ex-champs.
One wonders if Ivan Calderon might be coming to the end of his long winning sequence. The Puerto Rican southpaw is a magnificent boxer but at 35 he is at an age when a fighter in the lighter weight classes can suddenly not so much grow old overnight but become old enough to lose a fight they would once have won.
Calderon faces what I think is a dangerous fight in Puerto Rico on Saturday when he meets Mexico’s Giovanni Segura in a junior flyweight title unification match. (more…)
By Ron Jackson
In a fascinating battle of veterans Cassius Baloyi and Mzonke Fana meet in a clash for the vacant IBF junior lightweight belt at Carnival City near Brakpan next Wednesday night. Promoter Branco Milenkovic of Branco Sports Productions has put together in South Africa one of the best bills in recent years, when boxing returns to the Carnival City Casino after an absence of five years, which will feature seven outstanding South African fighters and a former Japanese world champion.
Also featured on the card will be Moruti Mthalane vs Zolani Tete for the IBF flyweight belt, Jeffrey Mathebula vs Takalani Ndlovu in an IBF junior featherweight title eliminator and Tshepo Lefele against Katsunari Takayama from Japan in an IBF mini-flyweight title eliminator. (more…)
By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing
Photo by Tim Barry
Former Australian middleweight champion Junior Talipeau (16-1, 5 KOs) outscored Sonni Michael Angelo (16-10-2, 5 KOs) over eight action rounds at the Cronulla Sutherland Leagues club in Sydney, NSW, Australia on Friday. Scores were: 79-72, 80-73, 78-73. New Zealand born Talipeau controlled the action in most of the rounds and dropped Michael Angelo in round five. Talipeau is scheduled to clash with former two time world title challenger Shannan Taylor in October over twelve rounds with the IBF Pan Pacific title up for grabs on a Grange Gym promotion. (more…)
By Ray Wheatley–World of Boxing
Photo by Werner Kalin
Australian welterweight Steve Maxwell (8-3, 6 KOs) dropped Yodmongkol Singmanasak (11-9-1, 7 KOs) for the full ten count in round five of a scheduled ten round bout to retain the WBC (ABC) 147 pound title at the Coburg Town Hall in Melbourne, Victoria Australia on Friday. Singmanasak was down in round one. The Thai boxer had visited Australia previously when he was stopped in four rounds by former amateur silver medal winner in world titles Dilshod Mahmudov who is now based in Australia. Maxwell’s best win came in 2010 when he defeated Heath Ellis.
Lucas Matthysse (27-0, 25 KO’s) of Argentina retained his WBO Latino junior welterweight title against Rogelio Castañeda (26-16-3, 8 KO’s of Mexico by way of first round KO on Friday night at the Estadio Cubierto Newell Old Boys in Rosario, Argentina. After a brief feeling out period Matthysse dropped Castañeda half way through the round with a left hook. Castañeda beat the count but was on unsteady legs and the bout continued on. Moments later a barrage of punches sent Castañeda to the canvas again but he again beat the count but visibly still shaken. Matthysse finished matters with a series of punches puncuated with an overhand right that sent Castañeda crashing hard to the canvas for the third and final time. The corner through in the towel and the referee waved off the bout at the same time. The bout was a rematch of a 2008 no contest where the bout was prematurely ended after an accidental clash of heads cut Castañeda.
Former two-time world title challenger Sebastián Luján (34-5-2, 22 KO’s) of Argentina successfully defended his WBC Latino welterweight title against Emilio Julio (16-8-1, 8 KO’s) of Colombia by way of seventh round TKO. Lujan dominated the fight swarming Julio with a volume of body and head shots. Luján had Julio reeling so bad in round 5 that Julio excessively held so much the referee deducted a point. More punishment followed in round six by Luján and Julio stayed on his stool and did not answer the bell for round seven. The event was promoted by Golden Boy Promotions in association with Arano Box Producciones.
By Nick Giongco
From the deck of a cruise ship docked in the South of France, Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum said that a ringside ticket to the Nov. 13 world super-welterweight title fight between Manny Pacquiao and Antonio Margarito will be retailed at a reasonable $700 a pop. Arum told Manila Bulletin and Fightnews that other tickets will be sold at $500, $300, $200, $100 and $50 for the fight to be held at the Cowboys Stadium in Dallas. These were the same prices when Pacquiao fought the last time in March against Joshua Clottey when he drew almost 51,000 spectators. Arum believes this fight will lure more than 70,000 fans since Margarito has a fan-base in Texas being Mexican and that the event will take place right smack in the (National Football League) season. “This is going to be a lot bigger than the March fight,” said Arum, who is in the final phase of his two-week European vacation. Arum will be back in the US in time for a three-city press tour that kicks off in Los Angeles on Tuesday. From Hollywood, the traveling circus’ succeeding stops would be New York and Dallas, where Texas billionaire Jerry Jones is rolling out the red carpet.
By Gabriel F. Cordero
WBA interim super lightweight world champion Marcos Maidana and American challenger DeMarcus Corley made weight without problems at today’s weigh-in at the famous Luna Park in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Maidana registered 138.82, while Corley scaled in at 137.94. Corley got a lot of attention when he reported to the weigh-in wearing the shirt of the Argentina National Soccer Team with the number 10 and his surname in the back. This will be the third defense of Maidana and his second in Argentina.
He made a huge splash this summer by announcing that he had signed with the Boston Celtics, one of the most storied franchises in NBA history. Now, 15-time All-Star Shaquille O’Neal will meet the loyal Boston sports fans for the first time at tomorrow’s UFC® FAN EXPO™ at the John B. Hynes Convention Center. The 7’1” superstar will appear on the main stage at 12pm ET alongside UFC commentator Mike Goldberg for a Q&A Session with fans. (more…)
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Chazz Witherspoon 231 vs. Livin Castillo 212
Farah Ennis 173 vs. Reggie Pena 178
Jose Reyes 138 vs. Walter Estrada 134
Lavarn Harvell 170.5 vs. Nathan Bedwell 169
Isaiah Seldon 160.5 vs. Jason Johns 164.5
Eugene Soto 163.5 vs. Maurice Williams 164
Venue: Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Promoter: Spartan Fight Promotions (Mike Brestle)
Jhonny Gonzalez (45-7, 39 KOs) not only hopes to get a shot at the winner of October’s Juan Manuel Lopez-Rafael Marquez fight, but vows to follow in the footsteps of fellow countryman Marco Antonio Barrera when he takes on Jackson Asiku (26-3, 14 KOs) Sept. 15 at the Hilton in Las Vegas. Gonzalez and Asiku will fight for the IBO featherweight title – the same belt that was at stake when Barrera fought, and defeated, Prince Naseem Hamed in 2001. “All the Mexicans will be supporting me when I fight in Las Vegas during Mexican Independence Week,” says Gonzalez. The card is promoted by Roy Englebrecht Promotions and Promociones del Pueblo. The card’s co-main features Juan Carlos Salgado (22-1-1, 16 KOs), who will fight for the IBO 122-pound belt against Daniel Jimenez (19-3-1, 11 KOs), of Puerto Rico.
Robert Kravantka at the scales
Photos by Ed Mulholland
From the TD Garden Arena in Boston:
For the UFC Lightweight Championship:
Frankie Edgar 154 vs. BJ Penn 154
James Toney 237 vs. Randy Couture 220
Kenny Florian 156 vs. Gray Maynard 156
Nate Diaz 171 vs. Marcus Davis 170
Mario Miranda 185 vs. Demian Maia 184
Gabe Ruediger 155 vs. Joe Lauzon 156
Nik Lentz 155 vs. Andre Winner 154
John Salter 185 vs. Dan Miller 185
Greg Soto 170 vs. Nick Osipczak 171
Amilcar Alves 171 vs. Mike Pierce 171
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Photo by PR Best Boxing Promotions/José Pérez
Ivan Calderon 107.8 vs. Giovanni Segura 107.9
Jovanne Fuentes 112.3 vs. Mcwilliams Arroyo 113.3
Héctor Marengo 135 vs. José González 135
Sigfredo Medina 120.5 vs. Mcjoe Arroyo 118.4
José Ángel Román 145.6 vs. Alexander De Jesús 138
Samuel Santana 137.1 vs. Felix Stkitts 137
Christopher Vélez 140.4 vs. José Carlos Lozada 141
Rey Díaz 136.4 vs. Jeffrey Fontánez 132
Edwin Galarza 136 vs. Alexander Vega 134.7
Venue: Coliseo Mario “Quijote” Morales, Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Promoter: PR Best Boxing Promotions
TV: PPV 9PM ET/6PM PT
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Photos and report by Chris Perry
The following weights were recorded at the official weigh-in for the Aug. 28 “War At The Shore” event promoted by Nick Garone of X-Cel Worldwide and Daryl DeCroix of Daryl DeCroix Promotions at the Virginia Beach Convention Center in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The weigh-in was held at Max and Erma’s Restaurant inside the Doubletree Hotel in Virginia Beach.
“Dangerous” Dorin Spivey 134 vs. Leo Martinez 135
Meacher Major 134 vs. Jamar Saunders 135
Maurice Byarm 256 vs. Earl Ramone Hayes 267
Antwain Britt 220 vs. Antonio King 228
Frankie Filipone 170 vs. Willie Williams 174
Kenny Moody Jr. 157 vs. Omar Sims 158
Venue: Doubletree Hotel, Virginia Beach, VA
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By Francisco Salazar at ringside
Photos by Big Joe Miranda
Featherweight Ronny Rios won by fourth round knockout over Leivi Brea in a scheduled six round bout at Club Nokia at L.A. Live in Los Angeles, CA. Rios (12-0, 6 KO’s) was getting the better of the exchanges early in the fight, but was deducted a point after he landed a low blow in the second round. Brea came on late in the second and third, but Rios began to get to Brea (17-9-3, 9 KO’s) with hard shots to the body. In the fourth round, Rios landed a right hand to the body that dropped Brea to one knee. Brea got up, but was dropped again to one knee by another right hand to the beltline. Brea remained on one knee, complaining that the punch was low as referee Jose Cobian counted him out at 2:59. For more details and photos click here…
By Alexey “Oscar” Potapov
Photos by Elite Boxing
Wladimir Sidorenko 114 Mbwana Matumla 115
(vacant WBC International Silver super flyweight title)
Timur Akhundov 127 vs. Mamed Yadgarov 123
Dmytro Kucher 196.2 vs. Joey Vegas 191.2
Viktor Postol 141.7 vs. Jay Morris 141.3
Nikolay Israelyan 216.9 vs. Paata Berikashvili 201.5
Vitaliy Kosak 229.8 vs. Hor Badalian 231.9
Maksym Ponomariov 153.7 vs. Mykola Korenev 155.8
Venue: Independence Square, Kiev, Ukraine
Promoter: Elite Boxing Promotion
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