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Malignaggi Rules Out Devon Alexander as Next Fight

By Edward Chaykovsky

Over the last few weeks, the trainer for Devon Alexander (22-1, 13 KOs), and Paulie Malignaggi, have been trading words on BoxingScene.com. Alexander is moving up to the welterweight division for his next contest and he wants to face Malignaggi in his first appearance at the new weight. Golden Boy Promotions has nearly finalized a deal for Malignaggi's next fight, and the former champion says his next opponent is not going to be Alexander.

"I got big news coming soon on my next fight. Its not cry-baby Devon, but stay tuned and get your popcorn ready," Malignaggi said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by rocco1252 on 08-02-2011

Malignaggi is the Jerry Quarry of the Lower Weight Classes, a guy that takes a beating every time he goes out there and never wins the big ones. Hey but atleast he's not a quitter only his corner does that…

Comment by chiguy91 on 08-01-2011

lol @ all the hate. looking forward to hearing who his next opponent is. he seems confident at 147, and hasn't looked bad so far. we'll see what happens..

Comment by Dan Gutierrez on 08-01-2011

He is not fighting Devon. Just like what he said, he likes to fight somebody while eating popcorn. LOL what a sissy.

Comment by mshap on 08-01-2011

Paulie's a legend in his own mind....

Comment by fastblack on 08-01-2011

why is Paulie the Puke even mentioned for anything. terrible boring fighter no fan base loses every big fight. get sthe living hell beat out of him and he acts like a black hood from the ghetto. wasn't good at…

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