After a weeks-long dry spell, we finally have some decent fights this weekend.* I think Alfredo Angulo will drill Kermit Cintron much the way you would expect for a guy who fights exactly like Antonio Margarito, only with more size. Angulo will almost certainly take more shots on the button than he ever has before, and Cintron is a dangerous puncher, but I expect Angulo to wade through it and score a late-round knockout. In the headliner, I don't think Juan Urango has the skills or the athleticism to beat Andre Berto; the Floridian wins a comfortable unanimous decision.
Lastly, I hope and think that Ruslan Chagaev will score a convincing decision win against Nikolai Valuev, and in the process send Valuev out to pasture. At least for a little while, until the WBA anoints him super mandatory challenger emeritus, and forces us to gaze in his direction once more.
*It's been a great year for fights, so I shouldn't be complaining, but what can I say, boxing fans are a whiny bunch.