Alex De Jesus To Be Released, To Resume Career
By Rey Colon
Alex 'El Pollo' De Jesus (20-1, 13 KO's), who is serving a sentence of four years in prison in Bayamon, could leave prison as early as December or January according to reports. De Jesus, 30, who participated in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece, had his last fight in August 28, 2010 and dominated on his way to a unanimous decision victory over Jose Angel Roman in six rounds. He plans to resume his career.
He was WBO Latino champion at 135 and 140 pounds, and Fedecaribe champion in the same divisions. He was the WBA and WBC Cabofe champion at lightweight. His only loss was a hometown decision in Argentina where he fell to Cesar Rene Cuenca in a controversial bout that was even criticized by the press of that country.
Cotto, it's never too late,he got the talents. HatersComment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 09-01-2013
It might be too late for himComment by EZ E on 09-01-2013
Although he was fed a steady diet of "light" opposition, he did have some talent. Very undisciplined, rather lazy and overweight. Let's hope that he's learned his lesson and focuses on beating up on his opponents and NOT women.Comment by JD88 on 09-01-2013
Good fighter!!! Overheard couple months back, he's with Cameron.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (4)