I had a blast. My company does a lot of business with Ticketmaster - so we were comped floor seats. Got to shake hands with Roy Jones, Jr., Lennox Lewis and Arthur Mercante, Jr. (the last of which prompted the guy behind me to say "I don't know whether to be impressed that you met him or impressed that you knew who he was"). I wore a 7-button, single breasted, downward pointing peak lapel suit with an extra long coat, matching brown bowler with a tan band, and brown and tan gator spectators. I'll break down the notable fights as I saw them. DaVarryl Williamson d. Derrick Jefferson - I had seen Jefferson fight before, and he looked real focused coming out. But Williamson showed why they call him "Touch of Sleep", hurting Jefferson badly in the first round, and then winning a TKO in the 2nd - a fight that was stopped two big right hands after it should have. Elio Rojas d. Anthony Martinez - this kid Rojas is exciting. He's lightening fast, and hits hard. He dominated the fight from beginning to end, but I'm not sure it was a great fight for him. First of all, he won by decision when the other guy should have been lying flat (he must have a chin like a cinder block). Secondly, I don't think it made him a better fighter really - Martinez was basically an expensive, moving heavy bag. Either way, keep an eye out for Rojas. Luis Perez d. Luis Bolano - decent fight, but the knockout blow (body shot) looked a little suspect to me. Who knows, maybe he got his rib broke, but it looked partially blocked and not that hard. Vicente Mosquera d. Yodsanan Nanthachai - the fight of the night, without question. It just went back and forth, some great boxing and big blows. They both went down in the 3rd - the best round of the evening. Both of these guys were tough - but Mosquera finished strong, knocking down the Thai 3 times, and a couple times late. I'd be excited to see a rematch. James Toney d. John Ruiz - a tough loss for Ruiz, a great win for a great champion in Toney. I think they both fought pretty smart fights. Ruiz just kept Toney to the outside with some very strong jabs. A couple looked like they really hurt Toney. But Toney was smart too, anticipated the jabs and countered with devastating right hands. He scored 3 or 4 of those, and I think that won him the fight. I had the fight much closer than two of the judges, but there's no doubt that James Toney won. All in all, a great night at the fights. I'm psyched to do it again.