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Noe Alcoba The Mandatory To Carl Froch's WBC Title

By Jhonny Gonzalez

To clarify some misinformation being circulated, members of Noe Gonzalez Alcoba's team have advised BoxingScene.com that their boxer is the mandatory challenger to the WBC super middleweight title currently held by Carl Froch. Alcoba (26-1, 18KOs) captured the WBC's silver title last month in Uruguay with a three round stoppage of Gustavo Magallanes.

The only loss suffered by Alcoba was to current WBA 160-pound champion Felix Sturm in 2007. The native of Uruguay has gone 12-0, 11KOs since the loss. Alcoba will have to sit back and wait for his shot. Froch is involved in the Super Six tournament. He defends against Glen Johnson on May 21 and the winner will move forward to the final bout of the Super Six.

Mikkel Kessler could upstage Alcoba's plan. The WBC appointed Kessler as the "Emeritus Champion." Per the WBC's President Jose Sulaiman, Kessler could use his status to exercise the option of an immediate title shot.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ИATAS on 05-15-2011

[QUOTE=montevideokid;10543296]none of you chickens would say this to his face, he would wipe the floor with you, 38 out of 7 billion people on earth. what are you guys ranked? ever been in the ring chicken****?[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=montevideokid;10543303]check out my fight…

Comment by -PANDA- on 05-15-2011

the wbc would be retarded to strip the winner of froch-johnson prior to the super six finals... not only will they miss out their beloved sanctioning fees but they will not have a lucrative champion for months... kessler is looking…

Comment by Clegg on 05-15-2011

[QUOTE=dstew;10126744]Another example of the ridiculousness of the WBC. Here's their current 168 lb situation: WBC Champion: Carl Froch WBC Emeritus Champion: Mikkel Kessler WBC Silver Champion: Noe Gonzalez WBC Interim Champion: Nikola Sjeldoca WBC #1 Ranked Contender: Kelly Pavlik So…

Comment by the niggest on 05-15-2011

[quote=montevideokid;10543296]none of you chickens would say this to his face, he would wipe the floor with you, 38 out of 7 billion people on earth. What are you guys ranked? Ever been in the ring chicken****?[/quote] lol.[color="white"]..................[/color]

Comment by montevideokid on 05-15-2011

[QUOTE=ИATAS206;10127804]lol i'll take pavlik over this bum[/QUOTE]check out my fight collection... ha ha ha next hell want to show you his dik..... watch out.

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