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Mike Alvarado Stops Ray Narh in Three Rounds

By Rick Reeno

MGM Grand, Las Vegas - Junior welterweight Mike Alvarado (30-0, 22KOs) picked up his biggest win to date with a third round stoppage of Ray Narh (25-2, 21KOs).  Alvarado came out winging hard pushes and applied a lot of pressure on Narh. After a round, Alvarado became more patient and started picking his shots. In the third, Alvarado began to bang on Narh's body pretty hard and landed a few quick hooks to the head. Prior to the start of the fourth round, referee Robert Byrd was called over to Narh's corner, where the boxer indicated that he was no longer willing to continue.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by PRINCE O' PROSE on 05-11-2011

[size="4"]Do I wanna see Ray on a televised card again? Hell Narh![/size]

Comment by ecuastoh on 05-11-2011

I was in Vegas for the fight Saturday and went to Sapphire strip club after. They kept announcing that the WBC champion Sugar Ray Narh was in the building. He and his corner men had a table and they even…

Comment by starsjuicebar on 05-08-2011

Alvarado vs Zab

Comment by nycsmooth on 05-08-2011

what narh ate was too many blows, especially to the body....hope we see more of mike...exciting and needs more exposure...

Comment by TBear on 05-08-2011

Alvarado should go after another contender and then a title.

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