PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- The Latest on the legal fallout from Rhode Islands failed $75 million deal with 38 Studios, the video game company started by former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling (all times local):3 p.m.Former Rhode Island House Speaker William Murphy and a spokeswoman for Attorney General Peter Kilmartin are among those who have been subpoenaed to testify in a state superior court trial over Rhode Islands failed $75 million deal with 38 Studios, the video game company started by former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling.Murphy and Kilmartin spokeswoman Amy Kempe are among five current and former state officials subpoenaed to testify in the civil trial, which is scheduled to start in October.The two were subpoenaed by First Southwest, which was the financial adviser for the states economic development agency. The economic development agency is suing First Southwest and several others, including Schilling.The others subpoenaed are current and former members of the state economic development agency and a former state budget official.They were all subpoenaed in July and August.---12:40 p.m.A federal judge has refused to dismiss a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission lawsuit accusing Wells Fargo Securities of defrauding investors in Rhode Islands failed $75 million deal with 38 Studios, the video game company started by former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling.U.S. District Judge Jack McConnell on Friday did dismiss a Wells Fargo banker from the complaint, but the SEC immediately said it would refile the lawsuit against him to address the judges concerns.The SEC sued Wells Fargo and Rhode Islands economic development agency in March.Wells Fargo argued in a hearing that no investors have been harmed because all the bondholders have been paid.The SEC argued was irrelevant that bondholders have been paid. 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Alvarez was a huge favorite in the fight on Mexican Independence Day weekend at Jerry Jones AT&T Stadium (home of the Dallas Cowboys), but he still drew an announced crowd of 51,240 -- the biggest crowd of any of the three boxing cards that have taken place there (the other two were headlined by a prime Manny Pacquiao in 2010).Alvarez, 26, put on quite a show in an exciting, albeit one-sided, fight as he beat down the game Smith, 28, of England, in the expected mismatch. Smith was making his third title defense but facing his first significant opponent. Alvarez hammered him to the head and body with both hands throughout the fight (despite hurting a knuckle on his right hand in the second round) and opened a cut over his right eye in the fifth round. In all, Alvarez dropped Smith three times -- with a right hand to the side of the head in the seventh round, with a left hook to the body in the eighth round and, finally, with a fight-ending left hook to the body in the ninth round that sent him to the mat in obvious agony as referee Luis Pabon immediately stopped the fight at 2 minutes, 28 seconds.Smith gave Alvarez credit for his performance, although he did say that he had stopped sparring in preparation for the fight on Aug. 12 after suffering a cut during a sparring session. Nonetheless, it was another big knockout win for Alvarez, who (if his hand is OK) will be back in action Dec. 10 -- just not against Golovkin. He and his team say that is a fight they want, but not until this time next year. And, so, we will wait for the biggest fight boxing has to offer.Willie Monroe Jr. W12?Gabriel Rosado Middleweight Scores:?118-110, 117-111, 116-112 Records:?Monroe (21-2, 6 KOs); Rosado (23-10, 13 KOs)?Rafaels remarks: Monroe and Rosado are both solid second-tier contenders and former world title challengers who have always been willing to fight anyone. But their styles simply did not mesh in this mess of a fight that was the co-feature of Golden Boys atrocious HBO PPV undercard. Golden Boy said before the fight that the Monroe-Rosado winner was essentially auditioning to be on the short list of possible Canelo Alvarez opponents for a tentative Dec. 10 fight -- but no thanks, not after this positively lackluster fight.Monroe, a 29-year-old southpaw from Rochester, New York, who won the 2014 ESPN Boxcino tournament to make a name for himself, did a good job on defense but also held, grabbed and backed up often against one-dimensional Rosado, 30, of Philadelphia, who never got anything going in a frustrating fight to watch. According to CompuBox punch statistics, Monroe landed 119 of 361 blows (33 percent) and Rosado just 63 of 416 punches (15 percent). Monroe was the clear winner; he controlled the pace and action and landed a lot more punches, but it was a miserable fight to watch and fans deserve to see Alvarez against a better, more crowd-pleasing opponent.Joseph Diaz Jr. TKO9 Andrew Cancio Featherweight Records:?Diaz (22-0, 13 KOs); Cancio (17-4-2, 13 KOs)?Rafaels remarks:?Diaz, a 2012 U.S. Olympian, is probably on his way to a world title fight. He is a fine prospect on the verge of becoming a serious contender, and this fight showcased his skills and ring smarts. The 23-year-old, a southpaw from South El Monte, California, manhandled Cancio, 27, of Blythe, California, with ease. He tagged him repeatedly with left hands and combinations and dominated the fight all the way. In the third round, Diaz opened a bad cut on the bridge of Cancios nose, and it caused him problems; in the later rounds, it was bleeding so heavily that the blood was going into his mouth.Finally, in the ninth round, with Cancio taking a beating and the blood flowing, trainer Danny Garcia threw in the towel, causing referee Gregorio Alvarez to stop the fight bout at 2 minutes, 26 seconds. Diazs advantage in the CompuBox statistics was overwhelming. He landed 230 of 492 punches (47 percent) to Cancios 52 of 365 (14 percent). Diaz is ready for bigger and better things.Diego De La Hoya?W10?Luis Orlando Del Valle Junior featherweight Scores: 100-90, 99-91 (twice) Records: De La Hoya?(16-0, 9 KOs); Del Valle (22-3, 16 KOs)Rafaels remarks:?Mexicos 22-year-old De La Hoya is the first cousin of promoter and Hall of Famer Oscar De La Hoya, which means he has big shoes to fill with that last name. But he looks as if he has real talent and not just a famous name. Del Valle, 29, of Puerto Rico, was by far his most significant opponent, and De La Hoya passed the test with flying colors in a totally dominant performance. He was much faster with his hands and feet, countered very nicely and landed numerous stiff punches that marked up Del Valles face.Golden Boy said before the fight that a strong performance would force it to put De La Hoya on the faster track to a world title, and that is probably where he is headed in the next few fights. It was an excellent performance from a quality prospect against a good veteran.Sadam Ali?W10?Saul Corral Welterweight Scores:?99-91, 99-90 (twice) Records: Ali (23-1, 13 KOs); Corral (22-8, 13 KOs)Rafaels remarks:?In March, Ali, a 27-year-old from New York (Brooklyn), suffered his first loss when he got knocked out in the ninth round by Jessie Vargas fighting for a vacant welterweight world title. Making his return, Ali, a 2008 U.S. Olympian, was clicking on all cylinders in a one-sided romp over Corral, 29, of Mexico, whose three-fight winning streak ended. Ali punctuated his victory by scoring a knockdown in the fourth round when he nailed Corral with a left hand and dropped him moments later withh a right hand on the chin.ddddddddddddSaturday at Gdansk, PolandOleksandr Usyk?W12?Krzysztof Glowacki Usyk wins a cruiserweight title Scores:?119-109, 117-111 (twice) Records:?Usyk (10-0, 9 KOs); Glowacki (26-1, 16 KOs)Rafaels remarks:?Although most expected this to be a hotly contested and outstanding fight, mandatory challenger Usyk, 29, the 2012 Olympic heavyweight gold medalist, made easy work of fellow southpaw Glowacki, 29, on his Polish turf in a surprisingly one-sided fight. By winning the belt, Usyk set a division record by winning a title in the fewest fights, doing so in his 10th bout to surpass the old record of 12, which was set by Evander Holyfield when he beat Hall of Famer Dwight Muhammad Qawi in an epic 15-rounder in 1986.Usyks lateral movement, jab and quickness trumped the more stationary Glowacki, who had few answers for him. Usyk, who opened a cut over Glowackis right eye in the third round, also landed a lot of good right hooks, while Glowacki was reduced to looking for one big shot that he never came close to landing. He lost the belt in his second defense after claiming the title 13 months ago in a dramatic upset by knocking out long-reigning titleholder Marco Huck in the 11th round and then retaining the belt by unanimous decision against former titlist Steve Cunningham in April.Friday at Osaka, JapanHozumi Hasegawa?TKO9?Hugo Ruiz Hasegawa wins a junior featherweight title Records:?Hasegawa (36-5, 16 KOs); Ruiz (36-4, 32 KOs)Rafaels remarks: Hasegawa, a 35-year-old Japanese southpaw and former bantamweight and featherweight world titleholder, won a title in his third weight class as he made Ruiz, 29, of Mexico, retire on his stool after the ninth round. Ruiz won the belt in February by drilling Julio Ceja in the first round of their rematch and was making his first defense. Ruiz bled from his nose beginning in the first round thanks to an accidental head-butt. Under the WBCs poor head-butt rule, Hasegawa was docked one point as the fighter who did not get cut during an accidental head clash. Ruiz, who was diagnosed with a broken nose after the fight, retired because of the pain in his nose and because he was having difficulty breathing.In the seventh round, another accidental head-butt opened a cut over Hasegawas left eye, but referee Hector Afu did not call it a head-butt, so there was no point deduction, even though it was clear on television replays. However, after the round, the supervisor, who had seen the replay, told him to take the point, which he did. Open scoring -- another awful rule -- was also being used, so Hasegawa knew after the eighth round that he was ahead 78-72 and 76-74 while Ruiz led 76-74 on one card. After a high-contact ninth round, Ruiz elected not to continue.Shinsuke Yamanaka?TKO7 Anselmo Moreno Yamanaka retains a bantamweight title Scores:?115-113 (twice) Yamanaka, 115-113 Moreno Records: Yamanaka?(26-0-2, 18 KOs); Moreno (36-5-1, 12 KOs)Rafaels remarks: In September 2015, Yamanaka won a razor-close split decision against former longtime titleholder Moreno, 31, of Panama, to keep his title. After the fellow southpaws each won their next fight, they met in a rematch, and this time Yamanaka, 33, of Japan, left no doubt, scoring a knockout and retaining his title for the 11th time in a barn burner in which both men got knocked down, Yamanaka once and Moreno, who has lost three of his past four bouts, four times.The fight got off to a blazing start, and, as the first round came to a close, Yamanaka clipped Moreno with a left hand to knock him down. Moreno scored a knockdown of his own when he nailed Yamanaka with a right hook in the fourth round. They battled back and forth, and Yamanaka dropped Moreno again in the sixth round with another tremendous left hand. Yamanaka picked up the pace in the seventh round with Moreno ready to go and dropped him twice more, forcing referee Daniel Van de Wiele to wave off the fight after the second knockdown of the round at 1 minute, 9 seconds. This was a very good fight.Friday at Las VegasIshe Smith?W10 Frank Galarza Junior middleweight Scores:?96-93, 95-94, 95-95 Records:?Smith (29-8, 12 KOs); Galarza (17-2-2, 11 KOs)Rafaels remarks:?Former junior middleweight titlist Smith, 38, of Las Vegas, claimed a close majority decision against Galarza, 31, of Brooklyn, to keep his slim hopes for another title shot alive in the main event of a Premier Boxing Champions card on Bounce TV. It was a close fight, but Smiths edge came courtesy of a knockdown he scored with a right hand to drop Galarza late in the second round. Galarza said he was off balance, but it was a knockdown nonetheless. Galarza tightened the fight thanks to his constant pressure of Smith, but Smith had a big 10th round in which he landed a lot of punches to seal the victory and hand Galarza his second defeat in a row.Also on the card was junior middleweight Justin DeLoach (16-1, 8 KOs), 22, of Augusta, Georgia, who handed substitute opponent Domonique Dolton (17-1-1, 9 KOs), 26, of Sterling Heights, Michigan, his first loss. Dolton, who bled through the second half of the fight from a large cut on the bridge of his nose, was filling in for injured Chris Pearson (14-1, 10 KOs) and lost 99-91, 98-92 and 96-94.Thursday at PhiladelphiaDusty Hernandez-Harrison?W10 Thomas Cornflake LaManna Welterweight Scores:?98-92, 97-93 (twice) Records:?Hernandez-Harrison (30-0-1, 16 KOs); LaManna (21-2, 9 KOs)Rafaels remarks: Hernandez-Harrison, 22, of Washington, D.C., followed up his draw with Mike Dallas in May, with a clear-cut decision against LaManna, 24, of Millville, New Jersey, in the CBS Sports Network-televised main event. It was a rough fight that forced both to show heart, but Hernandez-Harrison, whose punches were a bit cleaner, got the well-deserved edge from the judges.Also on the card was 31-year-old Cincinnati heavyweight Ray Edwards (12-0-1, 7 KOs); the former longtime NFL defensive end for the Minnesota Vikings and Atlanta Falcons plodded his way to a decision against Dan Pasciolla (8-2-1, 0 KOs), 31, of Brick, New Jersey, via scores of 60-54, 59-55 and 58-56. Cheap NFL T-shirts Discount Jerseys Wholesale NFL Gear Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys From China China NFL Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Jerseys Wholesale Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping China Jerseys Cheap Stitched Jerseys NFL Jerseys China Jerseys NFL Cheap Cheap Stitched Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic ' ' '