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Arreola vs Butler Clash is Set For November 5, Mexico

by David "Los Gatos" Rosenberg

Top heavyweight contender Chris Arreola (33-2, 28KOs) has found an opponent for his November 5th return in Mexico. Arreola will faces Alonzo Butler (28-2-1, 21KOs), who returns from a close majoirty points loss to Travis Walker. Arreola, who made a huge effort to stay busy this year, takes part in his fifth fight of 2011. The California boxer will pursue a title shot opportunity in 2012.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Freedom. on 09-30-2011

Alonzo Butler is not in the BoxRec top 100 HWs. Butler is coming off a loss to Travis Walker, who Arreola has beaten. He also lost to Arreola's last opponent, Friday Ahunyana. Arreola should be fighting someone decent like Cedric…

Comment by Corelone on 09-30-2011

Good, but it could have been better if he had taken it serious until now. I saw him off his game in his last fight, but that can happen when when you change shape. The work is good and he…

Comment by New England on 09-30-2011

here we go arreola!! get down to 220ish and then you deserve a shot at wladimir i actually think arreolas combinations and pressure would fare better against wladimir than vitali, who is the better ring general and with all that…

Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 09-29-2011

good **** by arreola hes really making his career better by taking all these fights and it will pay off him and holyfield would be a good fight before a klitchko fight

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