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Friday, April 09, 2010
Benedict Alexander?

On March 6, 2010, boxing fans around the world bore witness to one of the most impressive junior welterweight title fight victories in recent memory, as undefeated Devon Alexander unified the WBC and IBF titles in devastating fashion by stopping Juan Urango in the eighth round live on HBO. The victory appeared to be the coronation of Alexander, who looked the part of a future pound-for-pound entrant as he seamlessly mixed uncanny defense with an aggressive, fan friendly style and accurate punching. Alexander’s rise, however, was quickly undermined by the bizarre ways of the WBC. Dan Rafael of reported this week that Jose Sulaiman, long-time head of the WBC, recently asked that Alexander resign as WBC junior welterweight champion. The reason: Alexander dared to express an interest in facing fellow titleholder Timothy (Desert Storm) Bradley, the undefeated WBO champion who many regard as the number one fighter in the junior welterweight division. To Sulaiman, Alexander’s expression of interest was equivalent to treason. As patently absurd as Sulaiman’s position appears to be, however, the question arises as to whether it is within the WBC’s power to strip Alexander of his title if he does not voluntarily resign...

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Good pictures plus the good article certainly made this segment amazing.Keep it up!

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Anonymous Rosaparks -- 4/10/2010 3:38 AM  

Oh yeah! me too, thanks for it guys.

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