Prescott Wins a War With Figueroa, Barthelemy Wins
Doubletree Miamimart Hotel, Miami, Florida - Junior welterweight Breidis Prescott (26-4, 18 KOs) tried to close the show early when he dropped Francisco Figueroa (20-5-1, 13KOs) twice in the first round. Figueroa survived and fought back with some fire of his own, actually dropping Prescott in the fifth and pressing some of the action. Prescott secured his lead and won an eight round unanimous decision with scores of 79-71, 77-73 and 78-71. Prescott has won two in a row since the TKO loss to Mike Alvarado from last year.
In the co-feature, super featherweight Rances Barthelemy (17-0, 11 KOs) won an eight round unanimous decision over Alejandro Rodriguez (14-7, 7 KOs) with scores of 80-71. Rodriguez went down in the first round.
[QUOTE=Tomasio;12436399][B][I]That would be a good way for Khan to come back, fight Prescott & if he wins then take on García & if he beats García then take on Peterson..I know Khan has the skills & power to beat these…Comment by -PBP- on 08-19-2012
[QUOTE=New England;12436754]is that really what qualifies for a war these days? it's a press release, by the look of things. i hope the bscene writers didnt call this fight a war :rofl:[/QUOTE] Yeah that whole card was kind of weak.Comment by richardt on 08-19-2012
No way Khan fights Prescott. They are going to do strategic matchmaking to make sure Khan does not face guys with power. They will be handpicked for lack of power Like Mallinaggi who seems to want rematches with guys who…Comment by Rome-By-Ko on 08-19-2012
[QUOTE=spoonwars;12436032]Make Prescott-Khan. Now.[/QUOTE] Very dangerous fight for Khan at this point...Comment by Enzo Mc is SHIT on 08-19-2012
After getting destroyed by Garcia, maybe Khan will now go for a Prescott rematch. I'd watch. Prescott is a bit of an idiot and isn't very good, but he's usually fun to watch.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (18)