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Andre Berto vs Jesus Soto Karass

Cunningham: Soto Karass deserves shot, not Khan

Devon Alexander's trainer Kevin Cunningham believes that Jesus Soto Karass has done more in the welterweight division than Amir Khan, and is more deserving of a shot at Alexander's IBF title.

Highlights: Knockout Kings II delivers

Showtime's tripleheader in San Antonio featured three fantastic fights, and may wind up being the best televised card of 2013. Check out the highlights.

GIF: Soto Karass finishes Berto

Jesus Soto Karass put Andre Berto away in the 12th round last night with a thudding counter left hook. Check out the GIF of the terrific finish from San Antonio.

Results: Soto Karass stops tough, ragged Berto

Andre Berto came up short again tonight, stopped in the 12th round by Jesus Soto Karass in San Antonio.

Results: Figueroa tops Arakawa in FOTY contender

It was brutality at its best and at times, its most uncomfortable. Omar Figueroa emerged the clear winner tonight in San Antonio, but the punishment absorbed by Nihito Arakawa may have stolen the show in what could be the 2013 Fight of the Year.

Results: Thurman knocks out Chaves in 10

Diego Chaves didn't roll over for Keith Thurman by any stretch, but "One-Time" scored a 10th round knockout to stay undefeated and climb the welterweight ladder.

Results: Dirrell stops Hanshaw, calls out Bika

Knockout Kings II is underway from the AT&T Center in San Antonio, with Showtime Extreme bouts up before the three main card fights.

Soto-Karass is highly motivated to pull upset

Jesus Soto-Karass says that he is motivated to upset Andre Berto in tonight's Showtime main event. He also claims he want to commit to fighting more intelligently.

Knockout Kings II: Live updates and discussion

Tonight starting at 7:00 pm EDT, Showtime presents Knockout Kings II, a five-fight televised card from San Antonio featuring Andre Berto, Omar Figueroa, and Keith Thurman in action.

Knockout Kings II: Weigh-in gallery

Andre Berto, Omar Figueroa, Keith Thurman and everyone else made weight yesterday for tonight's Knockout Kings II card from San Antonio.

Knockout Kings II presser quotes and photos

The fighters and promoters discuss Saturday night's Knockout Kings II card, which will air live on Showtime.

Preview: Knockout Kings II

Andre Berto, Keith Thurman, and Omar Figueroa are the favored fighters for Saturday night's Showtime Championship Boxing event, but all of them are facing at least a little bit of danger.

Thurman wants to be undisputed champ at 147

Keith Thurman faces Diego Chaves this Saturday on Showtime, and the 24-year-old contender says that his ultimate goal is to become the undisputed welterweight champion of the world.

Boxing TV schedule: July 23-27

Zou Shiming, Andre Berto, Koki Kameda, Keith Thurman, Omar Figueroa and a host of others are in action this weekend all over the world.

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Knockout Kings II: Fight week coverage

Andre Berto faces Jesus Soto Karass, Keith Thurman takes on Diego Chaves, and Omar Figueroa meets Nihito Arakawa in this Saturday's Showtime Championship Boxing event from San Antonio.

Knockout Kings: Fight week events open to public

Golden Boy and Showtime hit San Antonio this week for Knockout Kings II, with events that are open to the public.

Chaves: Thurman will go down in 10

Diego Chaves is looking to make his mark on the welterweight division, as he predicts a knockout win over Keith Thurman on July 27.

Quotes: Knockout Kings II presser

Andre Berto, Jesus Soto Karass, Keith Thurman, and Omar Figueroa discuss their July 27 fights in San Antonio.

Berto getting back to basics

Andre Berto says he's focused, hungry, and ready to get back to what he's good at in the ring, as he prepares to face Jesus Soto Karass on July 20.

Thurman: 'I don't know who Diego Chaves is'

Welterweight prospect Keith Thurman is looking likely to face Argentina's Diego Chaves in July, and says he knows nothing about his potential opponent.

Berto, Thurman, Russell back in July on SHO

Golden Boy is working on putting together a triple-header for July, with Andre Berto in the main event, and Keith Thurman and Gary Russell Jr on the undercard.