In the post fight press conference...Judah announced his retirement from boxing.
Judah, in his last fight vs. P4Per Luis Collazo, put up a hell of a performance and was extremely brave that night. Judah however claimed that he doens't want to fight Cotto because Cotto has alot more challenges at 140.
The only fight Judah would come back for is a last fight with "Running Man".
Judah has been here since the very beginning and will be most remembered for his rivalries with Migue Cotto, Freddy McPheerson, Carlos Maussa, Mike Taylor, and Running Man. Zab has certainly been in plenty of great matches....
Before Judah began his career: Judah was a wild Brooklyn Street Kid, addicted to crack, and was a known theif around his block. Judah was a boxing enthusiast and decided to step in the ring as a way to make money and achieve greatness.
Life after retirement: Judah will train up and coming talent and spread his knowledge. He is still the Promoter of the league and owns Zab Judah Boxing Gym.
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