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Breidis Prescott Steps Forward For Mike Alvarado Part II

By Osman Rodriguez

Junior welterweight contender Breidis Prescott (25-4, 20KOs) has stepped forward and requested a rematch with Mike Alvarado (32-0, 23KOs). They fought on the Manny Pacquiao-Juan Manuel Marquez undercard last November in Las Vegas. Prescott ahead on all three scorecards, was stopped by a bruised and bloody Alvarado in the tenth and final round. Prescott was up 87-84, 87-84 and 86-85 going into the tenth.

Prescott returned last Friday and stopped Joel Cassiani in Colombia in three rounds. Alvarado is rumored for an HBO televised co-feature position on an April 14th date at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. The main event is a possible lightweight clash between Yuriorkis Gamboa and Brandon Rios.

" I feel great, I've rested my body well after the tough fight with Alvarado. I spent some much needed time with my family and now I'm ready for World War 2. I just fought in Colombia on Friday for the people and charities here in my country. I look forward to Mike Alvarado accepting my request for a rematch. I know he won't back down cause he's a man's man. He is a warrior and I'm a warrior and I love giving the fans their monies worth. I am willing to give him an option on a trilogy and I'm ready. I couldn't think of a better fight card, Gamboa-Rios and Alvarado-Prescott 2. We can label it 'Fireworks,'" Prescott said to BoxingScene.com.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by puga on 01-31-2012

prescott boxed beautifully most of the fight ...i just think he threw so much and had none left in the later rounds.....still, intruing fight to me..and i think breides can win it depending on how muich he'd have left in…

Comment by Check on 01-31-2012

I'm not sure if I saw the first fight. I probably did but just forgot. I'll say this, Prescott is pretty annoying. I can't fault the dude because he's trying to make a living but everywhere you turn this dude…

Comment by [email protected] on 01-31-2012

No complaints, it would be a hell of a card!!

Comment by Rome-By-Ko on 01-31-2012

I really enjoyed their first fight tbh,I'm all in for a rematch..But tbh if I was Alvarado I would be eying the Morales Garcia winner...

Comment by DLT on 01-31-2012

[QUOTE=MrClutch85;11726735]If Boxing was a 8 rounds Prescott still might be undefeated he starts out strong then fades like Jermain Taylor he needs to work on his stamina so he can fight a full strong 12 rounds I Like him as…

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