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Old 08-21-2013, 04:43 AM
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Default Who's resume is best? Khan vs Alexander

Alexander top 5 wins:

- Junior Witter, 36, 37-2-2 (19KO) - RTD 8 - Vacant WBC LWW title
- Juan Urango, 29, 21-2 (17KO) - TKO 8
- Marcos Maidana, 31-2 (28KO) - UD 10
- Lucas Matthysse, 28-1 (26KO) - SD 10 - IBF WW title
- Randall Bailey, 37, 43-7 (37KO) - UD 12

Khan top 5 wins:

Andreas Kotelnik, 31, 31-2-1 (13KO) - UD12 WBA LWW title
Paulie Malignaggi, 29, 27-3 (5KO) -TKO 11
Marcos Maidana, 27, 29-1 (27KO) - UD 12
Zab Judah, 33, 41-6 (28KO) - TKO5 IBF WW title
Dimitry Salita, 28, 30-0-1 (16KO) - TKO1

- I included wins for Alexander against Kotelnik and Matthysse in the consideration, though they were very disputed. Equally, I did not include Khan's disputed loss to Lamont Peterson.

Who's got the upper hand and why?
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