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2011-01-29 [[Timothy Bradley]] w tdec 10 [[Devon Alexander]], The Silverdome, Pontiac, Michigan, USA - WBC/WBO. Referee: Frank Garza. Scorecards: 97-93, 96-95, 98-93.  
 
2011-01-29 [[Timothy Bradley]] w tdec 10 [[Devon Alexander]], The Silverdome, Pontiac, Michigan, USA - WBC/WBO. Referee: Frank Garza. Scorecards: 97-93, 96-95, 98-93.  
  
Bradley forfeited the WBC belt on 28 July due to inactivity after failing to make a match with [[Amir Khan]] and falling out with his promoter.
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Bradley forfeited the WBC belt on 28 July due to inactivity after failing to make a match with [[Amir Khan]] and falling out with his promoter, an action that was followed by [[Erik Morales]] and [[Pablo Cesar Cano]] being matched to find a successor.
  
 
On 14 April 2012, [[Juan Manuel Marquez]] won the vacant WBO ‘interim’ title when outpointing [[Serhiy Fedchenko]] over 12 rounds at the New Arena, Mexico City, Mexico.
 
On 14 April 2012, [[Juan Manuel Marquez]] won the vacant WBO ‘interim’ title when outpointing [[Serhiy Fedchenko]] over 12 rounds at the New Arena, Mexico City, Mexico.

Revision as of 10:46, 24 September 2012

2011-01-29 Timothy Bradley w tdec 10 Devon Alexander, The Silverdome, Pontiac, Michigan, USA - WBC/WBO. Referee: Frank Garza. Scorecards: 97-93, 96-95, 98-93.

Bradley forfeited the WBC belt on 28 July due to inactivity after failing to make a match with Amir Khan and falling out with his promoter, an action that was followed by Erik Morales and Pablo Cesar Cano being matched to find a successor.

On 14 April 2012, Juan Manuel Marquez won the vacant WBO ‘interim’ title when outpointing Serhiy Fedchenko over 12 rounds at the New Arena, Mexico City, Mexico.