By Edward Chaykovsky
WBC silver middleweight champion Martin Murray (28-1-1, 12KOs) shook his head over the recent title fight between Jermain Taylor and Sam Soliman.
Murray is upset that Taylor, among all of the available contenders, was provided with a shot at Soliman's IBF championship. Taylor ended up capturing the belt with a twelve round unanimous decision, after dropping an injured Soliman several times in the contest.
He feels numerous fighters in the middleweight ranks who are capable of knocking Taylor off.
"Jermain Taylor has just won the IBF world middleweight title from Sam Soliman. It wasn't a good fight to watch, and embarrassing for a world title fight. I know I would beat the pair of them, as would a lot of other middleweights around the world. There are far better fighters out there who should have been given the chance," Murray told Nick Parkinson.