Khan vs. Alexander, Thurman vs. Bundu, Mares vs. Ramirez, Charlo vs. Bottai
Dec 07 2014 12:00 AM
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Headlined by former super lightweight world champion Amir “King” Khan and former two-division world champion Devon Alexander, plus the return of Keith “One Time” Thurman – tune in to a four-fight edition of SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING on Saturday, December 13 at 9PM ET/6PM PT on SHOWTIME.

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Skibbz says:

This is going to be fun, Khan batters Alexander, Thurman batters Bundu, I just hope Mares and Charlo don't go the full distance but I suspect they will.

RDXSports says:

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The Commish says:

Boxing fans are certainly going to have a lot of boxing to feast of this weekend.

I am certainly looking forward to seeing Amir Khan v Devon Alexander. I think Bradley will have a much easier time against Chaves than many expect. I think many of us are overrating Chaves. Maybe I am not giving him enough credit. we shall soon see.

I look forward to seeing Keith Thurman v Bundu. I have seen Bundu in action. While I give him little chance of winning, I do expect he'll be able to give the fast-rising heir apparent to welterweight honors a few competitive rounds.

Thurman's power and pressure will be the difference, much like the power and pressure we saw from David Lemieux against Gabe Rosado.

All of these fight's for Thurman are simply “stay busy” fights until he receives his call to fight for the title.

Thurman by stoppage in the middle rounds.

-Randy G.

oubobcat says:

I think Khan-Alexander is going to be a good one and provide more action than a lot of fans are expecting. I am on record saying an Alexander stoppage in this one.

I have not seen Bundu fight before so not sure what to expect. Hopefully he can push Thurman some and get an interesting fight.

Honestly, not expecting too much from the other fights on the Showtime card. Hopefully will be very pleasantly surprised.

I have Bradley also winning against Chaves but do believe Chaves is a very live underdog. He is rough and rugged and has given both Thurman and Rios all they could handle. However he did come up short in both fights. I expect something similar against Bradley where we see a very rough and ugly fight at times and one that is close on the cards in the end. But Bradley is able to do a little more and get the nod in the eyes of the judges.

deepwater2 says:

It is hard for me to root for Khan or Alexander. I turn the sound down when Alexander fights because of his loud yelling everytime he throws a punch. Khan holds a bit too much these days for my liking. If Alexander can land will Khan's chin hold up? Will Alexander land against Khan since Khan will be boxing from the outside?
I hope a nice fight breaks out. Thurman should win unless he is overlooking this guy.