"That boy ain't ready for me, man. Alexander was exposed. ... But the fight is definitely in the works right now. We're definitely trying to make this fight happen." --Timothy Bradley on Devon Alexander (FanHouse)
"I want the belt. I deserve it. If the fight were anywhere but here, I would be champion. I am speechless. I have no words to describe what happened. That guy has something that belongs to me." --Andriy Kotelnik, who lost a decision last night to Devon Alexander in Alexander's hometown (Photo by John Gichigi/Getty Images)
"Let me tell you, it's up to Tim Bradley. Tim Bradley knows what I want to do. He knows me from the amateurs. I feel that he thinks that he's going to lose, so that he wants to cash out when he fights me. He keeps saying that he wants a mega fight with me, and all of that type of stuff. But he keeps on passing me up. I don't care who I fight. I can change it up and do whatever, so, I'm ready for whoever. But Bradley keeps saying that he wants to wait and all of that stuff. What are you waiting for? Why don't we just go in there and settle the score and give the fans what they want?" --Devon Alexander (Lem Satterfield @ FanHouse) (Photo via Don King Productions)
After last night's win over Juan Urango, Devon Alexander was confronted in-ring by Zab Judah, who was looking to spark interest in a fight. Judah made some sort of lame reference to his last good win, which came in 2005 against Cory Spinks, who like Alexander is from St. Louis. Alexander responded with this: "Zab is past tense. I'm present tense."
The official HBO poster for the March 6 Boxing After Dark show featuring junior welterweight titleholders Devon Alexander and Juan Urango. Since there is absolutely nothing even near the lowest rung of HBO quality on the undercard, it's going to be a one-fight show.