Devon Alexander vs Ivan Redkach

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Devon Alexander vs Ivan Redkach
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3
Average: 3 (1 vote)

Date: 
Saturday, June 1, 2019
Location: 
Soboba Casino, San Jacinto, California, USA
Rounds Scheduled: 
10
Contracted Weight: 
Light Middleweight
Referee: 
Thomas Taylor

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Fan Cards: Devon Alexander vs Ivan Redkach


scorecard by DAVEX303BOXING
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
DEVON ALEXANDER
10
9
9
10
10
48
IVAN REDKACH
9
10
10
9
9
47


scorecard by PETIEROACH
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
DEVON ALEXANDER
10
9
10
10
10
49
IVAN REDKACH
9
10
9
9
9
46


Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

I think Alexander wins a UD.

petieroach's picture

Solid KO from Redkach he caught him good. Alexander lost his legs and couldnt get them back, but was boxing well up to that point - hope he gets one more shot.

Champion97's picture

Based on the result, and the highlights, Alexander should retire, I didn't see the whole fight, but I think he should retire now.

petieroach's picture

That's an option but he wasn't hurt to bad here and if he wants a couple more pbc paydays he's game for it

Champion97's picture

You might be right, to be fair, you are the one who saw the fight, but Alexander is well past his best, has achieved all he will achieved in terms of big wins, he is fairly close to retirement, whether he has a couple more fights or not. If it is a big money fight, in boxing, you take opportunities, but I just can't see Alexander doing anything against Spence, Porter, Thurman now, not coming off a KO loss to a fighter of the calibre of Redkach.

petieroach's picture

PBC has a lot of great young welterweight/super welter prospects so he could serve as a gatekeeper perhaps. Like how pascal is for the light heavys right now.

Maybe put him against a rising contender like Jamal James for a step up in class. Alexander recently had issues with drugs so I’m thinking he may look for a couple more paydays.

Champion97's picture

Possible, being a stepping stone isn't the best thing, but not the worst either.

I don't have a problem with him fighting in 10 round bouts, fighting unbeaten prospects with a lot to learn, but I don't think he will or should get a world title shot.

What do you make of Tank Davis's next fight?

petieroach's picture

Very disappointing, I just recently watched back the pedraza fight and it was such a great win. Tank’s management is some of the most shameful in boxing - two years without a decent fight.

I think he may be a top 10 p4p based off talent but you can’t put him there because of such poor matchmaking. Maybe with bob allowing all these crossover fights we may see berchelt vs Davis or something

Champion97's picture

I agree, Ruiz was a late replacement, but Cuellar was well past it, and Nunez, look who's he's fought, no world level opposition, mostly had small fights. On July 27, if I can either see Ramirez vs Hooker, or Davis vs Nunez, I know which one I'll watch.

Depends what the criteria is, he doesn't deserve any offical ranking in the top 10, I think he's a phenomenal fighter with great talent, skill, power, I think he is already top 10, but he has a lot to learn, and a lot to prove, that is for sure. That's a great match up, both solid technical fighters, both devastating punchers, Berchelt is more experienced, more consistent, and still in his prime, but he can be hurt, Davis takes a shot a lot better, and I think he'd win, but that's a great fight, definitely worth making despite the different networks.

Gold's picture

Nunez is a mandatory, so you can blame the WBA for this fight. Granted, PBC wanted Davis vs. Gamboa which isn't great either.

Champion97's picture

Let's also blame the mandatory for Davis being the 'Super' champion, when it should probably be Cancio

Gold's picture

Who is the legitimate champion is beyond Davis, but I agree the WBA situation at Super Featherweight is even worse than any other division.

Champion97's picture

Well Machado beat Corrales, Cancio beat Machado, those are probably better wins than any of Davis's opponents since he lost the IBF belt, not saying I don't understand why he is the 'Super' champion, he has people around him who can get him in good positions and get more rewards, but he shouldn't be the 'Super' champion, not because he wouldn't stop Machado, Cancio, Herring, Farmer, but because he hasn't earned the belt yet.