It took Yuriorkis Gamboa half the time to dispatch gifted Jorge Solis that Manny Pacquiao needed to do the same. If that five-knockdown performance doesn't enter Gamboa in the pound-for-pound discussion, it certainly should.
Sergio Martinez is simply in a zone right now, fighting as well as anybody in the world as he continues to rise on the pound-for-pound list.
Move over, Manny Pacquiao. There's another Filipino with massive power, blazing speed and the ability to move up in weight with ease. His name? Nonito Donaire.
Zab Judah has been known to let the big ones get away. It almost happened again Saturday against Lucas Matthysse.
Even iron will bend under enough pressure. Giovani Segura threw everything he had in his arsenal to dethrone longtime junior flyweight king Ivan "Iron Boy" Calderon on Saturday.
Ada boy! Tomasz Adamek gave his Polish faithful something to cheer about while continuing his winning ways at heavyweight by outhustling Michael Grant over 12 rounds.
Like the Americans in 1775 or the Expos in 2004, Chad Dawson left Montreal with little more than a broken spirit and his tail between his legs after 12 rounds with Jean Pascal.
Vanes Martirosyan's hairdo might have emerged unscathed on Saturday, but his reputation didn't. A close decision over Kassim Ouma proved Martirosyan isn't quite ready for a title shot.
Size didn't matter when Nonito Donaire met the much larger Rafael Concepcion on Saturday.
Welcome to the big leagues, Amir Khan. The precocious English prospect showed guts and gusto in rising from a knockdown to blast out Michael Gomez in five pulsating rounds.
Oleg Maskaev defended his heavyweight belt and is on course to face Wlad Klitschko; Jermain Taylor also won and eyes Joe Calzaghe, according to Dan Rafael's weekend wrap.
It looked like a winning fight on paper. And in the ring, Mosley-Vargas was everything it was supposed to be.
Humberto Soto took a fight on 2.5 weeks' notice and pulled one of the upsets of the year, derailing Rocky Juarez's run to a featherweight title.