Saturday, August 29, 2015

Bonaduce and Canseco fight to a majority draw

Danny Bonaduce and Jose Canseco went three rounds at Ice Works in Delaware County.

Bonaduce and Canseco fight to a majority draw

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WYSP morning man Danny Bonaduce and former baseball star Jose Canseco went three rounds  in a Saturday night celeb match at the Ice Works Skating Complex in Aston, Delaware County, and it ended in ... a majority draw.

Two judges scored one round for each and one round a draw. One judge gave Canseco two rounds, Bonaduce one.

Bonaduce, outweighed by 80 pounds and outsized by 10 inches, took some big shots to the head but peppered Canseco with some impressive body shots and a couple of over-the-top rights. They hugged after the fight.

Bonaduce was 12-0 with 10 knockouts before this bout. In his last celeb match, Canseco was knocked out in the first round by NBC10 sports director Vai Sikahema.

Here's a preview of the bout by the Associated Press.

p.s. Canseco is wearing a shirt; he's not all tatted up.

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