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Viloria vs Romero III: Live Stream and Results, Round-By-Round Coverage

Tonight at 9 p.m. EDT, Integrated Sports PPV and Solar Sports go live from Pasig City, Philippines, with a four-fight card headlined by the third fight between Brian Viloria and Mexico's Omar Nino Romero, for Viloria's WBO flyweight title. You can watch right here on BLH or at Integrated's UStream page with a $29.95 PPV purchase. Keep in mind you're not buying anything from us, it's just an embedded video. The fight is also available on regular old pay-per-view through your cable/satellite provider.

Video streaming by Ustream

Viloria (30-3, 17 KO) has had an up-and-down career, and that rollercoaster started in August 2006, when he lost for the first time to Romero. Three months later, they fought again, going to a draw later ruled a no-contest when Romero failed a post-fight drug test. Viloria, 31, is currently on a good roll, having won four straight, including two in a row over high-level foes in Julio Cesar Miranda and Giovani Segura.

But Nino has been a thorn in his side before, and it wouldn't be the first time that a fighter has just had the number of someone thought to be better than him. In fact, Romero has his own thorn in the form of Gilberto Keb Baas (35-22-4, 22 KO), who has beaten him twice.

In the main undercard bout, the aforementioned Miranda (37-6-1, 29 KO) faces Rodel Mayol (30-5-2, 22 KO) in the fight that may well steal the show. Filipino prospects are in action in the night's first two bouts.

Join us as we wrap up a long Saturday of live coverage!

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