Brandon Rios Stops Mike Alvarado in Classic on HBO

BY Michael Woods ON October 13, 2012
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hbo-ipad-serviceBrandon Rios needed to reach down into his gut and summon something, because Mike Alvarado was building up a little lead, in my mind anyway, at the Home Depot Center in Carson, CA on Saturday night and on HBO. That he did, in the probable fight of the year. Rios, at 1:57 of the seventh, whacked away at Alvarado, basted him on the ropes, and forced the ref to step in and save Alvarado from his own brave self.

The victor, who landed an overhand right to buzz the loser badly in that last round, to start the finale, said he did get buzzed himself. He said he did feel it to be different at 140 than 135. Maybe the ref could have let Alvarado go a bit longer, he said, but he tipped his hat to the loser. "He's a warrior," he said. Rios said he'd probably do the same to the Pacquiao-Marquez winner. And a rematch? He asked the fans if they wanted it, they roared, and he said eff it, let's do it again. Alvie said after that he was still warming up when he got hurt. He said the stoppage was premature. "I woulda got my head back and fought through it," he said. "We could do it again if he wants," he said. Two judges had it even and another had Rios ahead by two at the time of the haltage, by the way.

Ref Pat Russell said after that the fight was brutal, and he thought Alvarado was "defenseless."

Alvarado (age 33; from Colorado; 33-0 entering ) was 139.8 while Rios (age 26; 30-0-1; ex lightweight champ; living in CA), in his first fight at 140, was 140 at the weigh in.


In the first round of the fight promoted by Top Rank, Rios scored with lefts. Alvie answered with rights in a busy, entertaining round.

In the second, Rios again looked to be the man moving forward, pushing the foe backwards. They exchanged uppercuts for a spell, and then rights. This was a fight, not an exercise in the sweet part of the science.

In the third, Alvie got himself more room, but Rios closed the gap. His hooks had the crowd clapping. He grinned with 35 seconds left.

In the fourth, the distance was pea-sized for most of the round. Alvie's jab wasn't Holmesian but he was persistent with it and it helped cloak his right. Rios grinned as he walked to his corner.

In the fifth, the right half-hook by Alvie had the crowd impressed. Rios looked to be gassing some. "He's starting to land the hard punches," trainer Robert Garcia told Rios after.

In the sixth, Rios upped the volume. But a clean right from Alvie, and then another landed. But Rios landed a nasty right and maybe took the round. In the seventh, Rios ate copious shots and the ref hopped in.

Comment on this article

Radam G says:

Dang! Editor Mike, you are fast on the draw. SCLA Ali, where are you? Bring yo@ss outta dat noise-bleed section and holla at P playa and Master Flash without the Furious Five, but Jaime Fox is in da hizouse! I gotta go. The fight is starting. Holla!

mortcola says:

Max Kellerman jumped several sharks. Questioning Pat Russell on this one? So inarticulately too? Alvarado's hands were up? Hey Max, his hands were rigid, he wasn't looking at Rios or responding to the punches, his eyes were unfocused, his head was being violently snapped back. That was a clean and appropriate stoppage.

Radam G says:

Ditto Doc mortcola! Max was just talking jive to fill in TV white space. Mike was a dead man frozen in a Bam Bam beatdown. And that Mike's corner's fault.

See this is why I don't like New Jack jive. And this is why that bout could not have ever lived up to old school Gatti-Ward. In the first place, neither Gatti or Ward or any old school fighter woulda got stop like that. They would have taken a knee. And if they were slow doing it, the corner woulda been screaming at 'em to do it. Holla!

deepwater says:

Was standing 8 count in effect ? That woulda been cool. It coulda defiantly been ward gatti if it went on and both guys had to get up.but thats what makes ward gatti something special,.great fight. I had Alvarado up before the 7th round.holding,fouling or taking a knee is what to do. Ready for this PAC vs rios.

Radam G says:

There is no standing eight count in Cali. Holla!

deepwater says:

Alvarado boxed well in the beginning 1/3 rd of the fight.did you notice he used the Philly crab style for the most part.rios is like a horror movie guy that won't stop chasing you ever.he just won't stop

Shoulder Roll Defense says:

Was standing 8 count in effect ? That woulda been cool. It coulda defiantly been ward gatti if it went on and both guys had to get up.but thats what makes ward gatti something special,.great fight. I had Alvarado up before the 7th round.holding,fouling or taking a knee is what to do. Ready for this PAC vs rios.


Pac destroys Rios a la Magarito!

Shoulder Roll Defense says:

Alvarado boxed well in the beginning 1/3 rd of the fight.did you notice he used the Philly crab style for the most part.rios is like a horror movie guy that won't stop chasing you ever.he just won't stop


I agree, I was suprised the Mike was using the Philly Crab Shell. If he would have used his reach advantage and his jab more he might have been able to squeeze out a victory. If Broner takes care of business at 135, I would love to see a Broner vs. Rios match up at the Staples Center down the road. One of my dream match ups that will probably never happen because of the Top Rank vs. Golden Boy beef.

deepwater says:

No 8 count ? Can't argue with that stoppage. Holding or fouling might of helped Alvarado , Trinidad used to throw a low blow every time he got buzzed

deepwater says:

Rios may weather at 145?

Radam G says:

It is about the tricks of the trade. Mike A was a poser without a good corner. Shift punching beats da heebeejebez outta da Philly crab/shell 95 percent of the time. HBO official judge/talking called what Bam Bam was doing "turning half southpaw and throwing the hook like" one. DUH! WTF! How does he think that conventional-fighting whup@$$es suppose to throw that shift punch. C'mon Harry Letterman! Let Roy Jones help you out with calling a type of punch or move the right thing.

Holla at some Roberto Duran. He was the master of this old school type of punching brought into the game by 158-pound Bob FitzSimmon, the first cat to win word titles in three different divisions. Holla!

ali says:

Like I said FOTY there was no way this wasn't going to be a great fight. Im pretty sure Arum is going to want Pac to fight Rios because he is Taylor made for him.

Radam G says:

And, as I said, SCLA Ali, it would be two different styles of fighting for that to be. This The Sweet Science, not rocket science. Holla!

ali says:

Matthysse, Garcia, Maidana, Rios, Alvarado, Judah, Khan, Marquez the 140 division can make alot of great fights.

ali says:

And like i said they basically fight the same way do u understand what basically means? Smdh!!!

maromero says:

Rios vs Mathysse=gatti/ward,barrera/morales put together

Radam G says:

You are not blind, SCLA Ali! You are just what Ebonican and Urbanite mommas call hard-headed sons like you. Everybodee and dey momma and da family dog will bark at yo' @ss to STFU with that prideful immaturity. Mike A boxed, and Bam Bam stalked dat arse and walked it down. And slugged it into helpness.

But than, again, South Central Los Angeles dude, maybe you are dumb. And "still trying to make some sense," as Anony spitted a while ago. Holla!

Radam G says:

Since Tim Bradley is fighting for the rest of the year. NYET! Since Da Manny has said no to fighting the chump, TB is claiming that his big-arse feet are still not well. YUP! RIGHT! That muthajoke is still suffering from SCLA Ali-like mirages about da game and being legit. Bam Bam will make bambi-fighting __ __ __ QUIT!

Radam G says:

BTW, problem chameleon from South Central Los Angeles don't be tellin' a playa like to suck yo nasty@ss ano. I'm not on da downlow. OMFG! Drinkin, dat juice in da South Central hood!

I saw that flick that the Wayan brothers made about you. What was going in that mail truck? Hehe! I guess that you can post "smdh." You are sending sublimical messages for that type to roll up __ __ Street and Middleton. SOY! Holla!

ali says:

At the end of the day they both want to mix it up period. Alvarado boxed a lil but for the most part he was brawling.

ali says:

Radam u are to damn old to be behaving the was u do still Smdh!!! Shaking my damn head

ali says:

Rios vs Mathysse=gatti/ward,barrera/morales put together


Wow!! that's a bold statement but i do think that would be a great fight.

Radam G says:

Wow! You probably got me by five to 15 years in age, 180 pounds by weight and a mil light years in bullsh*tology. But I cannot match you in alternate reality, make believe and pure dishonesty. Are you A Mick (Short for Mickey Mouse's lil' d**k) Romney Ebonican Republican on da downlow, because you are obsessed with fibbing and insulting on the slick? You kno' dat you wanna __ __ __ my ____. Cut out the "smdh." Ev'y playa and dey posse are on to you.

I bet yo' big arse was at da fights hiding in plain sight from a P playa. Hehehe! Holla!

Radam G says:

Yup! Brawling boxing -- shoe shinning like he was goldmining. Danggit! Quit being a Mick (Mitt da di**) Romney with your spit. I'm a multi-citizen in the one percent, but I have mad for the 47 percent and dey sistas. Hehehe! Holla!

ali says:

You wasn't at the fight I got you scared to come to L.A lol

SouthPaul says:

Dang! Editor Mike, you are fast on the draw. SCLA Ali, where are you? Bring yo@ss outta dat noise-bleed section and holla at P playa and Master Flash without the Furious Five, but Jaime Fox is in da hizouse! I gotta go. The fight is starting. Holla!


The nose bleed there is still excellent seating! Had me a 37.00 seat cause thats all they had left but it's all good ... Not a bad seat in the house. Great, great place to take in a live event. Was that you wearing the pink fedora ???????

Radam G says:

I was straight up all in da PINK and chillaxing while my boys Bam Bam and the Filipino Flash got on dat @$$ waxing. Hahaha! And I didn't STINK! I don't THINK! I'm 'bout to roll up on 89th Street and Middleton and make SCLA Ali wash all those dang dishes in my SINK! Hahaha!

Cut da crap, SCLA Ali! Da P-Playa wuz all up in da hizouse, DUDE! Good thangy-thang, I didn't recognize which heavyweight fanfaronade you were from South Central, dude -- drinkin' yo' juice in da hood -- or da Po-po woulda got a P-Playa for a 4-1-5. Dang cops! Hehehe! Holla!

Radam G says:

SRD, BTW, Bam Bam will literally run Broner outta dat squared jungle. Dude is mentally tough in the concrete jungle, the project, etc., etc. He'd not be able to handle a rally in da alley, a thrill on da hill, and he ain't got game or a fire hose to put out Bam Bam's flame.

Broner ain't quick or slick and is more of a optical illusion hyped-up small d**k! Sorry, but dude is just an East Coast trick. He would think that Bam Bam is hitting his arse with an in-the-glove Margarito brick. Hehehehe! [Yall muthsuckas know dat the Tijuana Tornado didn't have steel in his mitts.]

Broner will get a BEATDOWN in da WILD, WILD WEST! Broner's arse, Bam Bam will easily get a total conquest. Bam Bam's guns are too power, too much and too savvy for the bootlegged Philly crab/shell-style Ohio playa -- I mean pugilist. Holla!

SouthPaul says:

Would love to see that match up! Rios' biggest asset coming into any fight is that he absolutely loves to fight. Not just brawl but he loves his profession with a passion. Smiling and cheesing it up in between rounds ..homey is made for it.

By the way, I will refer to you as Unforgivable Pinkness!

brownsugar says:

Wow, how much is a man expected to give to win a fight. 100%?..... 110%?... and when he's given all he can how far will he go to beg, borrow, and steal to eake out a victory?

In my opinion.... it's never enough until you win,.. you just got to give it everything.

And That's just what BrandonRios did Saturday nite.

Haven't had time to comment on the most epic 10-round non-title brawl I've seen in quite some time(Almost reminiscent of Hagler/Hearns but more competitive).... so if you've already said yer piece and ran through all the opinions you might wanna pass this post by.

But the fight was so good, I still have a need to express myself

I thought Alvarado was doing well, long as he kept his distance.... teeing off at will against a guy who may be the spiritual successor of Margarito.

I never saw a guy stand up to the kinds of uppercuts and right hands that Alvarado was landing. (1 uppercut was delivered from the toes and he still withstood it)

It's like Rios knows how to keep his neck loose enough to absorb the impact of hard punches.... while his head is being snapped and whipped around in every direction like a speed bag during a heavy workout........and thorought all of this, he acts as if he's walking thru warm summer rain..

If Alvarado could have kept his distance a little more I believe the outcome woulda been different.

But when Alvarado started leaning into Rios's body with what has been described as the "philly shell",.. he looked more like a line-backer carrying a loaf of italian bread around his gut. ....needs to work on that one.

Rios completely emptied out his gas-tank in finishing Alvarado...... It was a well played gamble and it paid off in spades.
Rios proved that up till now,... he may be out boxed,... but he'll never be outfought.

The Abrills of the world will make him look average... but bring an elite banger to the party and you've got yourself a fight. Put him in with a guy like Broner,.. a guy who fights while standing sideways behind his shoulder(call it what you want),.. and you'll get a less interesing fight with Rios loosing a dull slower-paced onesided chessmatch...(while Rios is still playing checkers)

Put him in with a slugging fireplug like Provednikov (sorry forgot the spelling yawl) and you have yourself an unforgettable evening.

Forget about Bradley,.. love to see it but Rios doesn't have the footwork to be competitive. No way is Bradley going to slug with this guy when the man with the size 12's can bycycle and pot shot all night.

Lets see Rios walk down Pac and survive... now that's a fight! (a fight that could possibly yield a surprising result)

The stoppage was good, only in the amateurs do they stop fights just because a guy gets hurt. it's allowed by some boxing commissions but seldom used.

To use a standing 8 on a guy whose already getting beat-up and is helpless along the ropes would artificially extend a fight that was reaching its natural conclusion.(Rios worked too hard to reach that moment to allow Alvarado a rest) Plus it would only present an opportunity for the loser to get pummelled some more.

If Alvarado had that much awarness about himself he would have taken a knee.

Anyway great fight,.. and great opinions,.. now on to the next.

What version of Nishioka showed up for the Flash??? he did not live up to the billing...... Donaire deserved a better challenge. Maybe this Nishioka guy used to be the real deal a year or 2 ago but the 36 year old Nishioka was coming off a 1 year hiatus after sleepwalking his way past Rafa Marquez a year ago. Retirement checks are hard to come by in this business, but he could have at least worked for it.

Some may think Rigo doesn't deserve the fight with the Flash,.. but he'd present an exponentially more dangerous challenge than almost every other challenger out there except Abner,... Agbeko is starting to "Age- Out" of the game but even he's got more fight left in him than the burned out Fajita-look-alike we say last saturday..

Doesn't take away from Donaire,.. just puts him into more conversations.
Can't wait to see more.

the Roast says:

Wow, how much is a man expected to give to win a fight. 100%?..... 110%?... and when he's given all he can how far will he go to beg, borrow, and steal to eake out a victory?

In my opinion.... it's never enough until you win,.. you just got to give it everything.

And That's just what BrandonRios did Saturday nite.

Haven't had time to comment on the most epic 10-round non-title brawl I've seen in quite some time(Almost reminiscent of Hagler/Hearns but more competitive).... so if you've already said yer piece and ran through all the opinions you might wanna pass this post by.

But the fight was so good, I still have a need to express myself

I thought Alvarado was doing well, long as he kept his distance.... teeing off at will against a guy who may be the spiritual successor of Margarito.

I never saw a guy stand up to the kinds of uppercuts and right hands that Alvarado was landing. (1 uppercut was delivered from the toes and he still withstood it)

It's like Rios knows how to keep his neck loose enough to absorb the impact of hard punches.... while his head is being snapped and whipped around in every direction like a speed bag during a heavy workout........and thorought all of this, he acts as if he's walking thru warm summer rain..

If Alvarado could have kept his distance a little more I believe the outcome woulda been different.

But when Alvarado started leaning into Rios's body with what has been described as the "philly shell",.. he looked more like a line-backer carrying a loaf of italian bread around his gut. ....needs to work on that one.

Rios completely emptied out his gas-tank in finishing Alvarado...... It was a well played gamble and it paid off in spades.
Rios proved that up till now,... he may be out boxed,... but he'll never be outfought.

The Abrills of the world will make him look average... but bring an elite banger to the party and you've got yourself a fight. Put him in with a guy like Broner,.. a guy who fights while standing sideways behind his shoulder(call it what you want),.. and you'll get a less interesing fight with Rios loosing a dull slower-paced onesided chessmatch...(while Rios is still playing checkers)

Put him in with a slugging fireplug like Provednikov (sorry forgot the spelling yawl) and you have yourself an unforgettable evening.

Forget about Bradley,.. love to see it but Rios doesn't have the footwork to be competitive. No way is Bradley going to slug with this guy when the man with the size 12's can bycycle and pot shot all night.

Lets see Rios walk down Pac and survive... now that's a fight! (a fight that could possibly yield a surprising result)

The stoppage was good, only in the amateurs do they stop fights just because a guy gets hurt. it's allowed by some boxing commissions but seldom used.

To use a standing 8 on a guy whose already getting beat-up and is helpless along the ropes would artificially extend a fight that was reaching its natural conclusion.(Rios worked too hard to reach that moment to allow Alvarado a rest) Plus it would only present an opportunity for the loser to get pummelled some more.

If Alvarado had that much awarness about himself he would have taken a knee.

Anyway great fight,.. and great opinions,.. now on to the next.

What version of Nishioka showed up for the Flash??? he did not live up to the billing...... Donaire deserved a better challenge. Maybe this Nishioka guy used to be the real deal a year or 2 ago but the 36 year old Nishioka was coming off a 1 year hiatus after sleepwalking his way past Rafa Marquez a year ago. Retirement checks are hard to come by in this business, but he could have at least worked for it.

Some may think Rigo doesn't deserve the fight with the Flash,.. but he'd present an exponentially more dangerous challenge than almost every other challenger out there except Abner,... Agbeko is starting to "Age- Out" of the game but even he's got more fight left in him than the burned out Fajita-look-alike we say last saturday..

Doesn't take away from Donaire,.. just puts him into more conversations.
Can't wait to see more.


Better late than never. Always room for some brownsugar, top p4p poster on TSS bar none.

Shoulder Roll Defense says:

SRD, BTW, Bam Bam will literally run Broner outta dat squared jungle. Dude is mentally tough in the concrete jungle, the project, etc., etc. He'd not be able to handle a rally in da alley, a thrill on da hill, and he ain't got game or a fire hose to put out Bam Bam's flame.

Broner ain't quick or slick and is more of a optical illusion hyped-up small d**k! Sorry, but dude is just an East Coast trick. He would think that Bam Bam is hitting his arse with an in-the-glove Margarito brick. Hehehehe! [Yall muthsuckas know dat the Tijuana Tornado didn't have steel in his mitts.]

Broner will get a BEATDOWN in da WILD, WILD WEST! Broner's arse, Bam Bam will easily get a total conquest. Bam Bam's guns are too power, too much and too savvy for the bootlegged Philly crab/shell-style Ohio playa -- I mean pugilist. Holla!



Remember that we are still talking about the Rios that got a GIFT decision in the Abril fight. Abril had no power, but was slick and put on a boxing clinic vs. Rios! Broner is faster and hits harder than Abril. Rios is "made to order" for any slick boxer with ring savvy because he is slow and comes straight forward. I hope they feed him to Pac-Man, his handlers say there is a possiblity that he fights the Marquez/Pac-Man winner. Rios will get destroyed by either fighter because he is too slow and has been getting by primarily on his heart and great chin, the "law of averages" always catch up to a fighter.

Radam G says:

,DRAIN, DRAIN, DRAIN and DRAIN! That is what Bam Bam was. He'd kayo Abril, as he will and is the Big-foot of boxing -- Tim Bradley -- a total mirage. Optical illusions are intense, and they will make many full of unintended pretense. Holla!

Radam G says:

Broner is not a slick boxer. He is aight! But an intensed bullbytch. Just the opposite -- IMHO -- he is made to order for any pressure cooker. I don't believe the head-held-too-high muthasucka can handle pressure or take a body snatching beatdown. Bam Bam runs him outta dat squared jungle -- will made him quit. Holla!

brownsugar says:

Just striving to follow in your footsteps Roast.

SouthPaul says:

,DRAIN, DRAIN, DRAIN and DRAIN! That is what Bam Bam was. He'd kayo Abril, as he will and is the Big-foot of boxing -- Tim Bradley -- a total mirage. Optical illusions are intense, and they will make many full of unintended pretense. Holla!


Imma' Holla. Just like Dawson can't use weight drained for an excuse ..neither can Rios. It's all part of the fight game. Those are pretty much your words on the Dawson thread and I agree.

Let's be real here..Rios is tough..he's fun... Hes great for the sport but he nothing but a few notches above a tough man contest fighter. Broner would zap him 'da fuccccccck out ! Too bad the top promoters got a strangle hold on these good match ups cuz I'd love to see them square off!

Radam G says:

Neither guy can use that excuse. Biology and chemistry of the anatomy are hardcore realities and over rule wanna-do syet, and make you pay for a dumb@$$ play. Neither one should have drop that type of weight. SuperBad Chad Dawson couldn't beat SOG period! But a full-tank Rios would kick da heebeejebez outta Abril.

There is a clear limit amount of weight loss that will throw off your balance, speed of thinking, snap, crackle, pop of punching and complete game. And make your arse quite lame. These are old-schooled realities, not New Jack fantasies. The sweet science will always pull a whup @$$ on New Jack sweet junk any day of the week. Holla!

ali says:

Neither guy can use that excuse. Biology and chemistry of the anatomy are hardcore realities and over rule wanna-do syet, and make you pay for a dumb@$$ play. Neither one should have drop that type of weight. SuperBad Chad Dawson couldn't beat SOG period! But a full-tank Rios would kick da heebeejebez outta Abril.

There is a clear limit amount of weight loss that will throw off your balance, speed of thinking, snap, crackle, pop of punching and complete game. And make your arse quite lame. These are old-schooled realities, not New Jack fantasies. The sweet science will always pull a whup @$$ on New Jack sweet junk any day of the week. Holla!

You sound like a hypocrite

ali says:

Remember that we are still talking about the Rios that got a GIFT decision in the Abril fight. Abril had no power, but was slick and put on a boxing clinic vs. Rios! Broner is faster and hits harder than Abril. Rios is "made to order" for any slick boxer with ring savvy because he is slow and comes straight forward. I hope they feed him to Pac-Man, his handlers say there is a possiblity that he fights the Marquez/Pac-Man winner. Rios will get destroyed by either fighter because he is too slow and has been getting by primarily on his heart and great chin, the "law of averages" always catch up to a fighter.

All good points

ali says:

Imma' Holla. Just like Dawson can't use weight drained for an excuse ..neither can Rios. It's all part of the fight game. Those are pretty much your words on the Dawson thread and I agree.

Let's be real here..Rios is tough..he's fun... Hes great for the sport but he nothing but a few notches above a tough man contest fighter. Broner would zap him 'da fuccccccck out ! Then again... Maybe I'm trippin'... Rios has that classic heart of prideful Mexican fighter...the one that can make the impossible possible. Too bad the top promoters got a strangle hold on these good match ups cuz I'd love to see them square off!

I think Rios is more then a few notches above a tough man contestant. You don't get this far undefeated by accident unless you've been fighting bums and he hasn't. He's beat some pretty good fighters nobody elite but u hey not many fighters do.

SouthPaul says:

I get you but he's rough around the edges and I'd bet Radam's cousin his last dollar that Broner would zap him out. Lmao

SouthPaul says:

I get you but he's rough around the edges and I'd bet Radam's cousin his last dollar that Broner would zap him out. Lmao

Radam G says:

SCLA Ali, what are you confused about now? ...sound like a hypocrite? About WHAT? IMHO NEW JACK syet of losing weight will always be super stupid to the one and only Radam G. Go da double fudge up in weight. I've said tons of times that size doesn't matter. Divisions are mainly created for sanctioning fees and to save big arses from those little-man beatdowns. Holla at the history and da play of da game! Not at da playa. Holla!

Radam G says:

SCLA Ali, what are you confused about now? ...sound like a hypocrite? About WHAT? IMHO NEW JACK syet of losing weight will always be super stupid to the one and only Radam G. Go da double fudge up in weight. I've said tons of times that size doesn't matter. Divisions are mainly created for sanctioning fees and to save big arses from those little-man beatdowns. Holla at the history and da play of da game! Not at da playa. Holla!

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