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Old 09-14-2012, 08:22 PM
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Post Comments Thread For: Tony Bellew Speaks On Miranda Win, Blasts Warren

By Terence Dooley - Liverpool's Tony Bellew showed patience and maturity when stopping Edison Miranda in the ninth-round at London's Alexandra Palace last Saturday night. The 29-year-old light-heavyweight contender controlled the pace using his jab before sinking home a body shot that broke the Colombian's resolve, although some have argued that the 31-year-old former world middleweight title challenger elected to take the money and run.

Bellew moved to 18-1 (12) courtesy of the win. He had declared his intention to part company with former manager Frank Warren on May 21 and the BBBoC have since ruled that he is free to seek new representation. Fighting on a one-fight deal under promoter Eddie Hearn, who this week announced that the three-time ABA heavyweight titlist would appear on the undercard of Carl Froch's meeting with Yusuf Mack on November 17, Bellew was happy with the win, happy to be out yet, ever the perfectionist, believes he still has a way to go.

I wouldn't say I made hard work of it, said Bellew when asked about the claims that he took too long to get going. I was happy with the end result. It was a little bit slow, but you have to get them drunk before you knock them out. I was ready to go, there was things going on away from the camp that people don't know about and don't see, but nothing fazes me I just go out there to do my job.

I can't go in there and blast everyone out. I remember (Lennox) Lewis having fights against guys like David Tua, where you have to be patient, and I did knock the guy out, so you have to be patient to get the result you predicted. I said I'd stop Miranda, but I am a lot better than I showed on Saturday night. [Click Here To Read More]
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