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Alexander Eyes Guerrero/Thurman, Berto/Lopez Winners

By Ryan Burton

Former two division champion Devon Alexander (26-3) suffered a setback in December when he lost an unanimous decision to Amir Khan at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

BoxingScene.com recently caught up with the St. Louis, MO native to get an update on his career.

Alexander, who turns turns 28 next week, said that he plans to be back in the gym next week as he awaits the date of his next fight.  He said that he is open to facing anyone and that he isn't looking for a soft touch.

More specifically he said that that he is particularly interested in the winners of the Robert Guerrero-Keith Thurman and Andre Berto-Josesito López fights that take place in March.

"I want any of the winners that are fighting soon. You know me, I don't like taking things easy so I need to challenge myself. The winners of either of those fights are fine with me," Alexander told BoxingScene.com.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Nicolino on 02-04-2015

[QUOTE=Dirk Diggler UK;15348949]Maidana is available. Why doesn't he rematch Alexander?[/QUOTE] Because nobody who really loves boxing wants to watch again 10 rounds of 119 clinches. Do we have to remind this shameful night for boxing?

Comment by jas on 02-04-2015

Thurman dominates him Him vs berto or Lopez is competitive

Comment by whoseyourdaddy on 02-04-2015

[QUOTE=Truth.;15348619]I support any fighter who doesn't cherry pick and Dev is one of those guys. Look forward to seeing him back in the ring. The winner of Thurman vs Guerrero will probably fight Maidana, so Dev can have the Berto…

Comment by Weebler I on 02-04-2015

[QUOTE=SeekDaGreat;15348659]Alexander just doesn't have the good at the top level. Proven time, and time again. Him and Lopez or Guerrero would be a decent scrap.[/QUOTE] Good record for fighting everyone, just not beating everyone. [B]Corley[/B] [B]Witter[/B] [B]Urango[/B] Kotelnik Bradley Matthysse…

Comment by nycsmooth on 02-04-2015

Devon's damaged & needs a win vs some1 credible but. It won't b vs an1 mentioned above...

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