No change in the standings as Magno still holds a one point lead over the Machine, with both contenders choosing a Williams victory. However, no kayo on the record keeps it close with a bumper three fights for to end the calendar year.
Round 7 will make both camps rack their brains, with a major re-shuffle expected. Vitali Klitschko defends his WBC belt against Kevin Johnson, Paulie Malignaggi hopes for some Sicilian justice against Juan Diaz and Timothy Bradley hopes to win the battle of the unbeaten Americans against Lamont Peterson.
Paul Williams vs. Sergio Gabriel Martinez: What a fight! A thriller between two world class operators that showed their quality at the highest level. Martinez gave a hell of a fight, but Williams matched him all the way. I scored it a draw, but not miffed that the decision went to Williams. Please give us a rematch.
Magno: Paul Williams UD 12 Sergio Gabriel Martinez
Machine: Paul Williams TKO 10 Sergio Gabriel Martinez
Result: Paul Williams MD 12 Sergio Gabriel Martinez
The all out war between Vic Darchinyan and Tomas Rojas maybe the best fight of the pack this week, but as we have a strict high profile bout system, we thought that the battle of the junior bantamweights hasn’t had enough hype to give it a go. Even though the three fights are predictable and might not make the grade, they have live interesting background stories to all of them, and have received plenty of exposure over the recent weeks.
Scores: Magno (7-2, 2 KOs), Machine (6-3, 1 KOs)