Photos: Guerrero-Kamegai, Alexander-Karass Face Off
(From Left to Right) Former Two-Time World Champion Devon Alexander, featherweight contender Gary Russell Jr., former Four-Division World Champion Robert Guerrero, President and Founder of Golden Boy Promotions Oscar De la Hoya, welterweight contender Yoshihiro Kamegai, Vasyl Lomachenko and Jesus Soto Karass pose on June 19, 2014 in Los Angeles, California during the press conference where Guerrero will face Kamegai, Russell Jr. will face Lomachenko for the vacant WBO Featherweight Championship and Alexander will face Soto Karass on June 21, 2014 at StubHub Center in Carson, California live on SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING. Photos By Gene Blevins/Hoganphotos.
Karass will retire after this, only Bradley and Porter has beaten Alexander, I'd still favor Devon to beat the likes of Guerrero and Brook and even money bet on Khan.Comment by Main Source on 06-20-2014
[QUOTE=PunchyPotorff;14678544]Fairly common among fans to be way tired of Russell fighting can after can after tba after tba can. HA[/QUOTE] He just turned 26 and has 24 fights. Take it easy.Comment by PunchyPotorff on 06-20-2014
[QUOTE=drenlou;14678285]For the sake of the sport??? Wtf, both fighters should be given full credit for accepting this fight now rather then later... stop hating on russell man![/QUOTE] Fairly common among fans to be way tired of Russell fighting can after…Comment by PunchyPotorff on 06-20-2014
It would be great if Soto Karass was able to avoid Alexander's hug-a-thon and KO the bum. A boy can dream can't he? HA Besides that I'd like to see Lomachenko beat Russell and heavily expose him. Too many cans…Comment by Main Source on 06-20-2014
Karass has been in a lot of though wars. I think Alexander might be able to finish him off.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (19)