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Anthony Dirrell Stops Craig, Alejandro Berrio Next

By Edward Chaykosvsky

Super middleweight contender Anthony Dirrell (22-0, 19KOs) stopped late replacement Dante Craig (18-10-1, 13KOs) with a hard hook to the body in the fifth round at the Atwood Stadium in Flint, Michigan. Dirrell will reportedly move on to face Alejandro Berrio on July 22 in Las Vegas, with ESPN Friday Night Fights televising. The fight with Craig was the first hometown card by the Dirrell brothers' new promotional company. 

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by UglyPug on 07-03-2011

[QUOTE=killacash;10783078]I had a chance to go but I declined cause it was too god damn hot to watch Dirrell fight a bum with 9 losses who been knocked out 8 times and got tko'd in his last fight. I want…

Comment by killacash on 07-03-2011

I had a chance to go but I declined cause it was too god damn hot to watch Dirrell fight a bum with 9 losses who been knocked out 8 times and got tko'd in his last fight. I want…

Comment by BoxerDood on 07-03-2011

[QUOTE=ThePhantom5;10782945]Berrio will be tough as hell and he can hit. I hope Dirrell is on his A game.[/QUOTE] I agree. He's very experienced too. Its good to see him stepping up the level of opposition. This is a very dangerous…

Comment by UglyPug on 07-03-2011

anyone go to this fight live? I knew I shoulda went and just caught the Haye/Klit fight later. I had been saying from day one that Haye had no chance, and was going to make it a boring fight by…

Comment by Evil Abed on 07-03-2011

Berrio will be tough as hell and he can hit. I hope Dirrell is on his A game.

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