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 Last update:  9/16/2011       Read more by David Rosenberg            &
Devon Alexander Heading To Golden Boy Promotions?
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By David "Los Gatos" Rosenberg

MGM Grand, Las Vegas - The rumors are hot and heavy in Las Vegas, and there are several indications that former WBC junior welterweight champion Devon Alexander (22-1, 13KOs) is going to sign a promotional agreement with Golden Boy Promotions. Alexander, and his manager/trainer Kevin Cunningham, are in Las Vegas to attend the Floyd Mayweather-Victor Ortiz pay-per-view at the MGM Grand.

Alexander has been a free agent since his promotional contract expired with Don King a few months ago. In January Alexander lost a ten round technical decision to Timothy Bradley, but returned in June to win a close ten round split decision over Lucas Matthysse.

After the win over Matthysse, Alexander announced his free agent status and also announced his official move to the welterweight division. Both Golden Boy and Top Rank were interested in signing the 24-year-old boxer.

Tags: Devon Alexander , Golden Boy Promotions

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comment by EdMon917, on 09-17-2011
Alexander/Malignaggi will happen for sure. :boxing:

comment by Shogunofharlem1, on 09-17-2011
future journey man.

comment by chiguy91, on 09-17-2011
from dan rafael [QUOTE]Devon Alexander, Kevin Cuningham and their new promoter. Done deal. [/QUOTE]

comment by ShoulderRoll, on 09-16-2011
[QUOTE=JDezi4]Ever notice how GBP never lets their fighters step up in competition until they've lost all they're stock via some horrible loss?[/QUOTE] What are you talking about? Golden Boy is known for matching their fighters tough. Perhaps a little too tough which is why Ortiz lost to M...

comment by newcastleking, on 09-16-2011
its gonna wind up being ortiz-kahn as the biggest names in the near future watch.

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