Andre Berto vs Victor Ortiz Boxing Fight

Andre Berto vs Victor OrtizWatch Berto vs Ortiz Live Stream Online. The 147-pound World Title fight of Andre Berto vs Victor Ortiz this Saturday April 16, 2011 will be televised live on HBO’s World Championship Boxing starting at 9:45 PM/ET 6:45 PM/PT. This event is billed as “East-West Showdown” is scheduled for a 12-round fight for the WBC Welterweight Championship at the MGM Grand at Foxwoods in Connecticut, USA.

This is part of an HBO televised split-site double-header which kicks off a fight that includes WBA junior welterweight Championship Amir Khan vs. Paul McCloskey. Amir “King” Khan (24-1, 17 KOs) is defending his WBA Super Lightweight World Title against Paul “Dudey” McCloskey (22-0, 12 KOs) from the M.E.N. Arena in Manchester, England.

WBC Welterweight World Champion and undefeated star Andre Berto will defend his WBC Welterweight Championship against WBC # 5 rated challenger“Vicious” Victor Ortiz on HBO World Championship Boxing.

Berto (27-0, 21 KOs), a 2004 Haitian Olympian fighting out of Winter Haven, Florida, captured the vacant WBC Welterweight World Title in 2008 by way of a seventh round technical knockout of Miguel Angel “Miki” Rodriguez .  Berto has made five successful title defenses against former World Champions Steve “2 Pound” Forbes (UD12), Luis Collazo (UD12), Juan “Iron Twin” Urango (UD12) and Carlos “El Indio” Quintana (TKO8), as well as veteran Freddy “Riel” Hernandez (TKO1) last November.

Ventura, California’s “Vicious” Victor Ortiz (28-2-2, 22 KOs) is hitting his fighting prime at the age of 24.  One of the most popular young fighters in the game, the hard-punching southpaw holds victories over former World Champions Nate Campbell (UD10), Vivian Harris (KO3) and Carlos Maussa (KO1) as well as high profile opponents such as Antonio Diaz (TKO7), Mike Arnaoutis (TKO2) and Jeffrey Resto (TKO2).  The former NABO/USBA title holder has won four of his last five fights, with his last fight against Lamont Peterson ending in a 10-round majority draw on December 11, 2010.

You can watch Berto vs Ortiz Live boxing fight on HBO PPV Boxing but if you can’t afford to subscribe and you have a broadband internet, just watch it here live via online streaming. I’m sure millions will be watching it live online as some cable channels are on a tape delayed telecast. So to those who want to watch the fight via live video streaming online free, just search the web or just tune it here for fight links.

UPDATE (September 17, 2011): Floyd Mayweather vs Victor Ortiz Boxing Fight Live Streaming


  • Victor Ortiz 146  defeated Andre Berto 145 via 12-round Unanimous Decision, 115-110, 114-112, 114-111, and captured the WBC welterweight Title
  • Thomas Dulorme 144.2 defeated Harrison Cuello 143.8 via TKO in Round 2, 1:27
  • Deandre Latimore 154.6 defeated Dennis Sharpe 155.8 via 8-round unanimous decision (80-72 on all cards)
  • J’leon Love 166 defeated J.C. Peterson 169.2 via TKO in Round 2, 2:13
  • Luis Rosa, Jr. 124.6 defeated Joseliz Cepeda 125 via TKO in Round 5, 1:12
  • Sonya Lamonakis 223.2 defeated Gigi Jackson 285 via 4-round unanimous decision (39-37, 39-37, 40-36)
  • Joseph Elegele 144.6 defeated Angel Hernandez 147.2 via KO in Round 2, 2:54
  • Jair Ramos 142.6 vs. Ernest Butts 142.6


In a knockdown-filled thriller, the welterweight debut of Victor Ortiz (28-2-2, 22 KOs) was a good one as he dethroned previously unbeaten WBC welterweight champion Andre Berto (27-0, 21 KOs) with a clear unanimous decision on Saturday night at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantuckett, Connecticut.

Ortiz dropped Berto with a left hook in round one but it ruled as a slip by referee Michael Ortega. Later in the round he floored Berto again and this one counted. Berto floored an off balance Ortiz in round two. Ortiz rocked Berto again in round three and continued to dominate as Berto spent considerable time on the ropes absorbing punishment.

In round six, Berto stayed in the center of the ring and dropped Ortiz with a right hand, but during Berto’s follow-up attack Ortiz floored him! Things settled down after that.

Referee Ortega deducted a point from Ortiz in round ten for a punch behind the head. Berto seemed gassed at the end. Scores were 115-110, 114-112, 114-111.

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