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By Scoop Malinowski
Diego Corrales wasn't just spectacular in dethroning Acelino Freitas of the WBO Lightweight title.
He was more than that. Corrales was so impressive that at least two highly respected experts - Vivian Harris and Nate Campbell - believe that he would beat the incomparable Floyd Mayweather in a rematch at 140 or 135. Floyd Mayweather, you might know, is considered by more than a few boxing pundits to be the pound-for-pound best fighter on the planet.
Unbeaten Freitas started off excellent, finding the range on Corrales right out of the gate, he actually landed the first few combinations he threw. Popo boxed and moved well and seemed on the way to setting off a huge celebration in Rio De Janeiro. With the native son comfortably ahead after five rounds, the numerous green and yellow clad Brazilians in the Foxwoods Bingo Hall sounded extremely pleased.