Deontay Wilder Stops Dominique Alexander in Two
By Edward Chaykosvky
Heavyweight prospect Deontay Wilder (18-0, 18KOs) continued his unbeaten streak against overwhelmed opponents. Wilder's right hand found Dominique Alexander (20-13-1, 9KOs) in the second round to score a TKO win at Water Oaks Farm Arena in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Wilder peppered Alexander with a series of jabs in the first round, and began to let his hands go in the second. At the start of the second, he dropped Alexander who managed to beat the count. But Wilder finished him off a moment later with a hard right.
[QUOTE=LegendOfLink;11051322]Who the hell is Chakhkiev?[/QUOTE] The 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist in the Heavyweight division.Comment by SWEETSCIENCE100 on 08-28-2011
[QUOTE=LegendOfLink;11050214]Most fans on here say heavyweight division is sorry, but I disagree with them. You say he is dangerous division, that means Klitschkos deserve more props for being as dominate as they have been.[/QUOTE] [B][SIZE="4"]Dangerous as in thier heavyweights. Anytime…Comment by Feint on 08-28-2011
I have to admit that I like this guy based on a lot of reasons that have nothing to do with his boxing skills. Here is a guy who hadn’t been in boxing very long and yet amazingly goes on…Comment by uoykcuf on 08-28-2011
Who the hell is Chakhkiev?Comment by paulf on 08-28-2011
To all the people hating on Wilder: You guys realize he's three years[B] younger[/B] than Olympic Gold Medalist Rakhim Chakhkiev, whom he has a W over an an amateur, and they went pro within a year of each other? What's…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (28)