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Photos: Alexander-Maidana, Broner-Perez Face To Face

(From Left to Right) WBO Junior Lightweight World Champion Adrien Broner, former Two-Time World Champion Devon Alexander, President of Golden Boy Promotions Oscar de la Hoya, WBA Super Lightweight World Champion Marcos Maidana and undefeated number one rated WBO junior lightweight contender Eloy Perez pose on February 23, 2012 in St. Louis, Missouri at the final press conference for Alexander’s, Maidana’s, Bronoer’s and Perez’s February 25, 2012 fights at Scottrade Center in St. Louis where Alexander will face Maidana and Broner will defend his title against Perez, both of which will be televised live on HBO Boxing After Dark. Photos by Mark Bruckner/Hoganphotos.


 
(From Left to Right) Undefeated junior middleweight prospect Keith Thurman, undefeated middleweight prospect Chris Pearson, President of Golden Boy Promotions Oscar de la Hoya, undefeated lightweight contender Sharif Bogere and undefeated junior middleweight Eddie Gomez.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by HandSpeed303 on 02-24-2012

[QUOTE=SixFootGiant;11816074]C'mon son...stop hating and get money[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=onechance87;11816085]lol............[/QUOTE] For some reason, that made me "LOL" too. Good times!

Comment by Rome-By-Ko on 02-24-2012

I like Perez(I really do)but Broner has more star potential so I hope he wins..I also have a feeling that Alexander is going to beat Maidana and leave no doubt..I don't know why,just really see Alexander giving him major problems..…

Comment by choelzle on 02-24-2012

[QUOTE=WarMaidana;11816024]maidana is a straight g[/QUOTE] Alexander is way too skilled for this guy, maidana is tough but has the skills of a club fighter at best

Comment by hvirk on 02-24-2012

who looks more like evander holyfield.... broner or alexandre?

Comment by newcastleking on 02-24-2012

i expect a good trade off devon hurting el chino even but, when has ever stopped Maidana. Maidana wins by stoppage or gets robbed.

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