Newly crowned welterweight champ Randall Bailey will defend his title belt for the first time this October.
With four wins in his last five bouts that included a no contest, he is going to face former unified light welterweight champ Devon Alexander who won his last two matches.
The boxing welterweight title Randall Bailey vs Devon Alexander fight video is set to take place on October 20, 2012 live at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, USA and on Showtime.
Randall Bailey, “The Knock-Out King”, from United States of America, the #7 Welterweight as ranked by The Ring has a current professional record of 43 wins (37 by way of knock out), 7 losses and 1 no contest. He’s a two-division world champion as a light welterweight, and he currently holds the IBF World Welterweight title belt. His last fight was an 11th Round KO win on over Mike Jones, June 2012.
While Devon Alexander, “Alexander The Great”, also from United States of America has a current professional record of 23 wins (13 by way of knock out) and 1 loss. He’s a former unified WBC and IBF World Junior Welterweight Champion and his last fight was a Unanimous Decision win on Alexander vs Maidana, February 2012.
The Bailey vs Alexander video will be a welterweight division title match with Randall’s IBF belt at stake.
Randall was scheduled to fight Devon as a main event on Showtime Championship Boxing last September 8, 2012, but the IBF champion withdrew due to an injury. The bout is rescheduled to happen this October.
Can Randall defend his welterweight belt for the first time or will Devon win another world title in a heavier weight class?
On October 20, 2012, watch the Bailey vs Alexander live stream on fight night online and on your cable providers as well as on sopcast channels, justin tv, ustream, freedocast which are the popular live broadcasting sites.
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Alexander defeated Bailey via Unanimous Decision (116-110, 115-111, 117-109) to win the IBF World Welterweight title belt.