Vaughn Alexander: I will beat Berlanga

Super middleweight contender Vaughn “The Animal” Alexander (15-4, 9 KOs) is targeting first-round knockout specialist Edgar “The Chosen One” Berlanga. “Why wouldn’t I want to fight Edgar Berlanga?” stated Alexander. “He’s calls himself a monster. I want to find out. No hate at all. He’s doing what he’s supposed to do with the people they are putting him in with, but I think I will beat him.”

Alexander, the older brother of former two-weight world champion Devon Alexander, has dropped two of his last three, but has never been stopped. “I will beat him. He’s knocking all these guys out that just stand there and offer no resistance. I will do the things that benefit me, not him; I will stand when I want to. And his power means nothing to me. I have a hell of a chin. I’ve even fought light heavyweights and still held my own.”

“I think Edgar is a promising prospect, but let’s see what happens when someone gets out of the first round,” said Michael Cameron, Alexander’s manager. “Vaughn will take him deep into the fight. Nobody knocks Vaughn out. Let’s see what happens when a real fighter like Vaughn is still there late in a fight.”

Cameron says he’s reaching out to Berlanga’s people to try and make the fight happen, hoping they decide to try and give their fighter a challenge, rather than looking to continue the KO streak.

“He’d be a good win for me,” continued Alexander. “With the wave he has going right now, it’ll put me back where I need to be to further my career. I’m not hating on him. Berlanga is a good up-and-coming prospect who is knocking everybody out because he’s a very good fighter. I’m just a real fighter in the same weight class and I feel I will beat him.”

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  • I’m curious as hell just how good Berlanga really is. There’s no doubt he has ungodly power, but what happens when he has to go some rounds? Not getting the first round KO in his next fight would be the best thing that could happen for Berlanga ; take the pressure off keeping the streak alive and focus on becoming a world champion.At the end of the day, no one really cares about holding a meaningless KO record. Tyrone Brunson and some Yemeni Flyweight I never heard of hold the record for most consecutive 1st round KO’s, but neither of them came close to becoming legitimate contenders.

  • Somebody please provide 4-6 rounds to Berlanga because I want to get a slightly closer look at Berlanga’s jab, foot movement, ring cut off skills, punch resistance and endurance.

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