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> Kell brook withdraws from Alexander fight with injury, Alexander still to fight, who should be accross the ring from him?
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post Apr 15 2013, 12:33 PM
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So Kell brook is officially out and Alexander says he will not postpone again. Who should he defend against? I don't see a deep pool of opponents for him but then again Alexander has yet to prove he is the real deal so anybody could have a chance here. First name that came to mind to me was Thurman but I doubt he jumps up in competition so fast. There is also abregu, berto and.... Help me out here I can't think of many welters
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post Apr 16 2013, 12:19 AM
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I say brook fights the maidana lopez winner and ortiz fights the lopez maidana loser
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post Apr 16 2013, 07:41 AM
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QUOTE (checkleft @ Apr 16 2013, 01:19 AM) *
I say brook fights the maidana lopez winner and ortiz fights the lopez maidana loser

The scary thing this is, Golden Boy just may be dumb enough to put Ortiz in a "pick up where I left off" stage, according to potential drawing power, and not his last loss.

Ortiz needs a confidence builder, not one of these guys who have been in the gym working hard for the last few months. Lopez may have lost his last outing, but I guarantee, he's putting in some hard work in the gym. Maidana just came off of a big TKO win as well, so Ortiz has no business fighting either of those guys, regardless of who wins or loses.

Golden Boy has a lot of welterweights, but these are in some odd spots right now. If they aren't locked in to fight somebody, they're at the drawing board trying to recover from some tough losses.
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