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Randall Bailey looks to take a 140-pound title from Juan "Iron Twin" Urango tonight in Florida. (Photo via <a href=""></a>)
Randall Bailey looks to take a 140-pound title from Juan "Iron Twin" Urango tonight in Florida. (Photo via
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Randall Bailey out to claim fourth boxing title Friday -- South Florida
The former three-time world champion from Fort Lauderdale Contenders Gym will fight former sparring partner Juan Urango, of Cooper City (21-2-1, 16 KOs), for the IBF light-welterweight title Friday night at the Seminole Hard Rock Live Arena.

Storm cloud | The Sun
Sheffield boxer Clinton Woods has vowed to retire if he fails to beat Tavoris Cloud tonight. The Sheffield boxer hopes to end his Florida jinx and become the first Brit to win back the world light-heavyweight title.

FNF Providing Happy Ending Boxing Deserves -
The doubleheader on tap this Friday is as meaningful to the sport's present and future as any telecast on the Deuce in quite some time.

A dream becomes reality: Local boxer Tavoris Cloud fights for title tonight | Tallahassee Democrat
Tavoris Cloud, an undefeated light heavyweight, knows how to fight. He's been doing it his whole life.

Bailey looking to Repeat History --
"It’s going to feel great winning that title," Bailey said. "I’ve worked very hard in and out of the ring trying to get myself back in this position, so I’m looking forward for the bell to ring and the fight to start."

Cloud: "My Goal is to destroy my opponent by any means necessary" -
"To tell the truth, I think [Woods is] tailor-made for me and we're going to give him a nice welcome," [Cloud] said. "I've studied tapes of him and he's a basic fighter. He doesn't do anything fancy or hard to figure out. He just keeps coming at you over and over."

Chat with Randall Bailey - ESPN
ESPN SportsNation's Chat with Randall Bailey.

Unbeaten Cloud ends sitting spell to take on former titleholder Woods -
Sitting hasn't made Tavoris Cloud stale. It's made him hungrier.

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