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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 [[Lucas Martin Matthysse]] being matched to find a successor. Unfortunately, the latter pulled out sick with a week to go and was replaced by [[Pablo Cesar Cano]].
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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.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:40, 15 October 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 Lucas Martin Matthysse being matched to find a successor. Unfortunately, the latter pulled out sick with a week to go and was replaced by Pablo Cesar Cano.

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.