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ShoStats: Bailey Averaged 17 Thrown Per Round in Defeat

How bad was Randall Bailey's performance? He landed 45 punches all fight- the lowest total in a twelve round fight in CompuBox's 27-year history.  He averaged 17 thrown per round. Devon Alexander was not sharp, but it's hard to look good against an opponent who simply won't engage.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by turkas on 10-22-2012

[QUOTE=Jack Napier;12626599]Alexander the twat and Cory Spinks should both get kicked outta St Louis their own crowds probably hate them as much as anyone and screw Bailey, rooted for him and he was a huge letdown[/QUOTE] That why both guys…

Comment by ddangerous on 10-22-2012

Boring fight. Played out how most folks thought it would. Devon seems to have a solid chin though so credit to him for that. I don't think Bailey will be winning another title in his career although I never thought…

Comment by Big Lou on 10-21-2012

It takes two to tangle, stop hating on Devon.

Comment by GUEVARA on 10-21-2012

bailey and alexandes whole fight is like rios and alvarado in round 1. LOL

Comment by Jack Napier on 10-21-2012

Alexander the twat and Cory Spinks should both get kicked outta St Louis their own crowds probably hate them as much as anyone and screw Bailey, rooted for him and he was a huge letdown

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