Big time boxing on 2BET2

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Updated: October 18, 2012

Big time boxing on 2BET2, comes at you from both sides of the Atlantic this Saturday.

From the Barclays Centre in Brooklyn, New York, home town boy Pauli Malignaggi takes on Pablo Cesar Cano, while top of the bill sees the undefeated Danny Garcia put his WBC and WBA light welterweight belts on the line against former 4 weight division world champion Erik Morales.

Garcia fresh off a 4th round TKO over Amir Khan, will be wary of the Mexican who will be stepping into the ring for the 61st time. At 36 time might be against him, however the Garcia camp will be wary of his record. Morales has fought and beaten the best during his career, 15 world champions in all he has defeated, come Saturday, Garcia could be no. 16.

This will be the second occasion these 2 have faced each other, Garcia coming out the winner on points over 12 rounds in March of this year. Garcia naturally starts as favourite @1/10, however the tough Mexican could be worth a punt @ 11/2.

On the under card, WBA welterweight champion, Pauli Malignaggi, takes on Pablo Cesar Cano. Malignaggi is undefeated in his last 4 fights, however Mexican Cano has lost just once in 27, that loss coming last year against Morales. The champion comes in @ 3/19, while the challenger is @ 4/1.

Across the Atlantic in Sheffield, Kell Brook continues to write his script when he fights Hector Saldiva from Argentina. The 26 year old Brook is still undefeated in 28 fights and a win on Saturday would make him the mandatory challenger for the IBF Welterweight title. This is a big fight for Brook., with the likes of Hatton and Khan knocking around and the quality stateside in the division, keeping his record intact will finally move him into the big time. Brook shouldn’t have to many problems as 1/10 suggests. Saldivia stands @ 6/1.