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De La Hoya: Kirkland Could Face Canelo or Ishida Next

By Robert Morales

Golden Boy promotes junior middleweight contender James Kirkland, who got up from a first-round knockdown to stop Alfredo Angulo in the sixth round Nov. 5 in Mexico. Golden Boy's President, Oscar De La Hoya said the possibilities are many for Kirkland's next fight,
including a fight with WBC world champion Saul "Canelo" Alvarez - another Golden Boy fighter. Interestingly, De La Hoya also mentioned a possible rematch with Nobuhiro Ishida, the light-hitter who stopped Kirkland in the first round in April in Las Vegas.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Pugilistic™ on 12-01-2011

I think Kirkland should fight Ishida next just to clear that loss.

Comment by starsjuicebar on 12-01-2011

Kirkland's manager duncan wanted carlos molina .

Comment by Elotero on 12-01-2011

[QUOTE=SCtrojansbaby;11499066]The only advantage Kirkland has over Wolak is power thats it. Wolak is stronger, better chin, better stamina, better defense etc etc[/QUOTE] Wolak is not that good man. I think you are giving him a little too much credit. That…

Comment by Elotero on 12-01-2011

[QUOTE=SCtrojansbaby;11499066]The only advantage Kirkland has over Wolak is power thats it. Wolak is stronger, better chin, better stamina, better defense etc etc[/QUOTE] Wolak is not that good man. I think you are giving him a little too much credit. That…

Comment by Evil Abed on 12-01-2011

[QUOTE=SCtrojansbaby;11499066]The only advantage Kirkland has over Wolak is power thats it. Wolak is stronger(Hell no), better chin(I'll give him that), better stamina(Disagree), better defense(Disagree) etc etc[/QUOTE] Speed, James is much faster. Your in denial.

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