Keith Thurman vs Carlos Quintana – Highlights (Thurman KNOCKS OUT Quintana)

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November 24th, 2012. Keith “One Time” Thurman takes on Carlos “El Indio” Quintana for the WBO NABO Super Welterweight championship as Quintana looks to make his 1st title defense. Going into the fight, Thurman has an undefeated record of 19(18)-0 while Quintana’s record was 29(23)-3.

In February 2008, Quintana challenges Paul Williams for Williams’ WBO World Welterweight title. Quintana as a 6-1 betting underdog outworked Williams to bag the WBO crown, leaving Williams with cuts over both eyes that requires multiple stitches.

However, Quintana would suffer a devastating loss in the rematch against Williams; he was stopped in the 1st round in a losing effort. El Indio picks up 2 more wins before getting another world title shot.

In April 2010, he takes on Andre Berto for the WBC World Welterweight strap, losing via TKO. He would pick up 2 more victories, winning the WBO NABO Super Welterweight title in the process. He’s set to take on 24 year old undefeated Keith Thurman.

From his professional debut in November 2007 to July 2012, Keith Thurman racked up an undefeated record of 19(18)-0 and showed tremendous potential with great punching power and overall abilities with a solid chin. He’s considered to be one of the hardest punchers in the welterweight division today.

For his 20th bout against the veteran Quintana, Thurman sparred with defensive wizard Winky Wright as preparation for the fight. Going into the fight Thurman had 9 knockouts in the 1st round and this is also Thurman’s 1st ever title fight. Quintana retires after losing this bout with a final record of 29(23)-4.

After this victory, Thurman adds the WBO Inter-Continental Welterweight title to his collection before earning his 1st world title shot against Diego Chaves, fighting for the interim WBA World Welterweight crown which he won via a competitive KO10.

Since then, Thurman enjoyed a string of victories over Jesus Soto Karass, Julio Diaz, Leonard Bundu, Robert Guerrero, Luis Collazo and most recently against Shawn Porter in an explosive showdown. Thurman’s current record now stands at 27(22)-0.

On March 2017, Thurman will be taking on Danny Garcia who’s also undefeated at 33(19)-0. Garcia has notable victories over Nate Campbell, Kendall Holt, Mauricio Herrera, Lamont Peterson, Robert Guerrero, Paulie Malignaggi, Zab Judah, Lucas Matthysse, Amir Khan and Erik Morales (2x).

Who will lose his 0 come March 2017? Thurman or Garcia? Let me know your picks!

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