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.

Tags: Deontay Wilder image  
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by paulf on 08-28-2011

[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)
Top Headlines WBO Prez: No Doubt Canelo Knocks Mayweather Out in Rematch! Orlando Salido's Adviser Provides Update on Back Injury Abel Sanchez Has High Expectations For Alex Saucedo Photos: Gennady Golovkin is a Big Hit in Mexico City Parker-Ruiz Approved For WBO Belt, Winner Must Face David Haye Sam Soliman Over The Moon With Court Victory in Germany Coyle-Hibbert, Scarpa-Davies, Bellotti Set For Nov 26 at Wembley Hearn Frustrated: Klitschko-Browne is Huge Letdown For Fans! Carl Frampton Says Rematch Deal Finalized With Leo Santa Cruz Chilemba Training With Roy Jones Jr. For Oleksandr Gvozdyk Alberto Palmetta, Olympian, Inks With Sampson, Maravilla Photos: Frankie Gavin, Sam Eggington Square Up at FInal Presser Paddy Barnes US Debut Set, Added To Top Rank's March 17 Card Abel Sanchez: Golovkin Can Be Nice, Gassiev Wants To Hurt You! Tony Thompson: That ‘Fool’ Dillian Whyte Is C-Level, Easy Work Roberto Duran: Canelo Alvarez Will Beat Gennady Golovkin! Magdaleno: I Want To Send Nonito Donaire Into Retirement Hooker: 140 is a Tough Division, Terence Crawford is Top Dog David Price Willing To Replace Klitschko, Fight Anthony Joshua Hearn: I Think Klitschko Might Be Looking For Easier Fight Micki Nielsen-Kevin Lerena: Muller Breaks Down The Fight Jeff Horn, Rico Mueller on Weight - Both Promise To Win Big Canelo Says Saunders, Golovkin Both on The Agenda for 2017 Robert Helenius, Sauerland Settle Dispute - Will Work Together HBO and The Good Ol' Days Mythology Team Cotto: Tim Bradley Would Be a Huge Fight, Great To Make Photos: Canelo Greeted By Crawford, Serrano, Calderon in PR Lucas Matthysse Eyes Welterweight Gold, Return in Early 2017 Pacquiao Finishing Up Phase 1 of Camp Behind Closed Doors Photo: Canelo Alvarez Hits Puerto Rico For WBO Convention Juanma vs. Vazquez: Jonathan Oquendo Added To The Card Wladimir Klitschko vs. Lucas Browne Eyed For Hamburg, Dec. 10 Ray Beltran Staying Busy, Makes Ring Return on December 2 Shabranskyy vs. Sullivan Barrera HBO Triple Set For December 16 Abel Sanchez on balancing Andy Ruiz, Gassiev training schedules Jose Pedraza Frustrated With Inactivity, Interested in Liam Walsh Richard Commey-Denis Shafikov IBF Final Eliminator Looms Tony Bellew: I'm NOT a Walk in The Park For David Haye Roach Says Pacquiao is Still Outworking All of His Fighters Saunders' Promoter in Talks For Golovkin, Canelo, Murata

Latest Active Forum Threads