Rigondeaux Is A Class or Two Above Kennedy, Gets TKO5 Win

BY Michael Woods ON June 09, 2012
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toprankThe WBA super bantam champ Guillermo Rigondeaux knocked down overmatched Teon Kennedy five times and notched a KO win, showing himself to be a major, major badass at 122 pounds in the TV opener on the Pacquiao-Braldye undercard. The end came at 1:11 of the fifth. The Cuban went 58-183 to 13-179 for the loser from Philly. "Just a brilliant performance," said HBO play by play man Jim Lampley. Readers, who do you think should be next for Rigo?

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