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Rivalta Wants Joan Guzman To Face Devon Alexander

By Reynaldo Sanchez

Promoter Henry Rivalta of Acquinity Sports believes that his boxer, Dominican star Joan Guzmán 32-0-1 (18 KO's), can easily defeat welterweight contender Devon Alexander, who dominated Marcos Maidana over ten rounds on Saturday night in St. Louis. Guzman returns on Marhc 2nd Jesús Pabon or Puerto Rico in Hollywood, Florida.

“Joan Guzmán would play with Alexander. Guzman is on another level and I am sure that when Guzmán moves up to 147-pounds, he will be able to defeat with Devon clearly,” Rivalta said.

Since coming back to the sport, Guzman has been fighting at 140-pounds, but he doesn't rule out the possibility of a welterweight run - if the right opportunity comes along.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by larryxxx. on 02-27-2012

when slickness collides

Comment by Alpha & Omega on 02-27-2012

Joan Guzman is on another level? Lol ok. You mean the Joan Guzman that is known for being undisciplined and for coming in fat/overweight to his fights? The Joan Guzman whose last 11 out of 12 fights all went the…

Comment by Einstien on 02-27-2012

Enough of Joan "Would of, could of" Guzman.:puke: He dont even deserve to stand in front of Alexander. I would really like to see which fighter will give this bum a shot. I mean what fighter that beats Guzman will…

Comment by Evil Abed on 02-27-2012

[QUOTE=MJ223;11830889][B]I would take the best Guzman over the best Devon[/B][/QUOTE] Agree. To bad we don't have Hot Tub time Machine. Alexander beats Guzman right now.

Comment by MJ223 on 02-27-2012

[B]I would take the best Guzman over the best Devon[/B]

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