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Jacobs vs Quillin: Live streaming results and round by round coverage

Daniel Jacobs faces Peter Quillin in the Showtime main event from Brooklyn.

Scott Christ is the managing editor of Bad Left Hook and has been covering boxing for SB Nation since 2006.

Tonight beginning at 7:00 pm EST, BLH will have live coverage of the Daniel Jacobs-Peter Quillin headlined card from the Barclays Center, with fights airing first on Showtime Extreme, and continuing at 9:00 pm EST on Showtime.

In the main event, Jacobs (30-1, 27 KO) puts his WBA "world" middleweight title on the line against Quillin (32-0-1, 23 KO) in a 12 round contest, which is also being promoted as for Brookyln bragging rights. Jacobs was born in Brownsville, while Quillin has become an adopted son of the city, originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan.

The Showtime co-feature will see another WBA "world" title contested, as featherweights Jesus Cuellar (27-1, 21 KO) and Jonathan Oquendo (26-4, 16 KO) meet for Cuellar's belt. On Showtime Extreme, welterweight Chris Algieri (20-2, 8 KO) looks to bounce back from back-to-back losses to Manny Pacquiao and Amir Khan when he faces Erick Boné (16-2, 8 KO) in a 10-round bout, and light heavyweight prospect Marcus Browne (16-0, 12 KO) takes on veteran Francisco Sierra (27-9-1, 24 KO) in another 10-round contest.

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Daniel Jacobs def. Peter Quillin by TKO (1:25 of round 1)

Jesus Cuellar def. Jonathan Oquendo by unanimous decision (116-111, 116-111, 120-107)

Chris Algieri def. Erick Boné by unanimous decision (95-94, 97-92, 97-92)

Marcus Browne def. Francisco Sierra by TKO (0:01 of round 4)

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Round 1: Jacobs TAGS Quillin with a hard right hand a minute into the round and Jacobs is going for the finish! They get broken up and he goes RIGHT BACK! Another big right and Quillin is hurt and IT IS OVER!!!! Holy shit! Jacobs TKO-1


Round 1: Cuellar in the opening round, pretty decent action. Cuellar has the clear power advantage, but both guys are throwing punches, and that's really all I ask of a fight. For fighters to fight. Cuellar 10-9

Round 2: Well, Oquendo is certainly here and in the fight. Cuellar using his left hand effectively but that's about all he's landing, too. Two show jabs and the left. Cuellar 10-9, 20-18

Round 3: Oquendo moving well and doing OK defensively but not throwing punches very often. Crowd with a few boos as Oquendo keeps moving. Cuellar just keeps working, even though he's not landing a ton. Cuellar 10-9, 30-27

Round 4: Cuellar a little aggressive, Oquendo clips him with a left hook on the way in for once. But he doesn't give up the pressure. Oquendo ruled down about halfway into the round, seemed like perhaps a partial slip. The rest of the round is more of what we've seen so far. Cuellar 10-8, 40-35

Round 5: Oquendo landing some better counters in this round, so it's probably his best thus far. Cuellar still leading the action and working more, though. Some body shots late in the round from Cuellar. Any thought that perhaps Oquendo could have nicked this round disappeared in the final minute. Cuellar 10-9, 50-44

Round 6: Oquendo starts a bit better again, but Cuellar takes over as it wears on. Oquendo just doesn't have a second gear to go to, so when Cuellar turns it up a bit, he has no response. Cuellar 10-9, 60-53

Round 7: One sided fight but without anything special about that. Not really a beating, just a guy continually winning rounds against someone who isn't posing a threat. Cuellar 10-9, 70-62

Round 8: Oquendo lands a good hook again halfway into this round, but Cuellar eats it and comes back with some pressure again, backing Oquendo down. Oquendo with a chopping right. Cuellar with a left upstairs. Right when this fight had gotten Officially Boring it picks up and becomes watchable again. Cuellar 10-9, 80-71

Round 9: Back to the same as before. Baaahhhh. Cuellar 10-9, 90-80

Round 10: Cuellar throwing more, landing more, punching harder. Oquendo has a moment attacking the body but not enough. Cuellar 10-9, 100-89

Round 11: Cuellar sort of on cruise control now. Oquendo not doing a whole lot even with that. Cuellar 10-9, 110-98

Round 12: The fight ends after this round. The fight is over. Got really dull after the first few rounds once it became clear that pace was what it was and was not going anywhere. Cuellar 10-9, 120-107


Round 1: This is Algieri's second fight with trainer John David Jackson as he looks to get off the schneid. Boné is a live dog here, though. He can pop a little bit and his style doesn't seem tailor made for the more famous man. Close first round, Boné probably landed the best single punch. Algieri didn't get his jab going. Liked Boné this round. Boné 10-9

Round 2: Algieri's activity this round edges the round for me. Boné could stand to turn it up some. He looks good when he does, but not active. Algieri 10-9, 19-19

Round 3: Algieri settling into a nice pace in round three, and keeping Boné off balance, unable to get anything going. Algieri 10-9, 29-28

Round 4: Boné turning up the heat this round and getting the fight into close quarters, which seems to be more his game. Algieri doesn't do poorly, but it's not the fight he would seem to want, and I think this round evens it back up. Boné 10-9, 38-38

Round 5: This isn't an action fight but the pace isn't bad and the tactics have been interesting, I think. Both guys are fighting. Algieri digging in on the inside. Algieri feels a left hand late in the round. Boné has also strayed low a few times and been warned. Boné 10-9, 48-47

Round 6: Algieri bounces back pretty well this round. Doesn't seem to have a real consistent attack in this fight, though. Close fight, every round debatable, I think. Algieri 10-9, 57-57

Round 7: Both having another solid round here for the first two minutes, not a wide enough lead on either side that they couldn't steal it with something big. Boné digging in to the body. Algieri landed some good rights in this round. The close quarters stuff has been pretty entertaining. Algieri 10-9, 67-66

Round 8: Boné listens to his corner, who keep telling him not to fight inside. When he doesn't fight inside, he does worse. That's been consistent all night. Algieri catches him with a body shot that drops him late in the round. Clean knockdown. (Replay shows maybe there was a trip?) Algieri 10-8, 77-74

Round 9: That knockdown point could be huge here. Swings this into something Boné needs to do something special to come out even here. Algieri having a big round in round nine, too. Round round round. Algieri digging in and working, having his best round to date. Boné may be tired. Algieri just letting it fly. Big round. Algieri 10-9, 87-83

Round 10: Boné fighting hard in the final round, but Algieri just too much for him in the second half of this fight. Algieri 10-9, 97-92


Round 1: Contract limit for this fight was 178, Sierra blew that off and came in over 183. He did the same thing for a fight with Jesus Gonzales in 2011, so nothing new for him. Sierra gets cracked early and backed down, and he's cut, too. Browne doesn't press, perhaps looking for some rounds tonight. Browne easily takes the opening round. Browne 10-9

Round 2: Cut was caused by a punch, so if we have an early stoppage due to that it'll be a TKO for Browne, not a NC. Doctor takes a look at Sierra's cut before the round starts, but we fight on. Good left hand body shot from Browne. SHO Stats have 72% of Browne's punches landing in round one. Browne taking his time, landing shots consistently but not going wild. Sierra not in this fight at all and he's got the blood flowing into his eye now, and starting to cover the left side of his trunks and the belt line. Browne 10-9, 20-18

Round 3: A good amount of blood flowing from Sierra as he tries to turn up the heat a bit this round. He's too lead footed to really get to Browne, though, who escapes pressure easily and picks away with body shots. Sierra swelling up under the right eye now, too. Browne doing pretty much whatever he wants to do at this point. Sierra is no threat to him other than one miracle shot, maybe. Browne 10-9, 30-27

Round 4: After the bell, doctor takes another look at Sierra's cut. They call the fight and Sierra begs them to let it go on. Browne TKO-4

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