Bradley won the bout in the 10th round via technical decision, when the fight went to the scorecards after Alexander complained of not being able to see following a headbutt. Of course, the head butt landed on the opposite side of his head from the bad cut he had, further clouding the picture and making it a strange affair. Bradley won on all three scorecards, 97-93, 96-95 and 98-93. ProBoxing-Fans.com had it scored 97-93 for Bradley.
With Amir Khan, Marcos Maidana, Victor Ortiz and even Zab Judah floating around at 140 lbs, the sky is the limit and there are plenty of big fights to be made. Not to mention potentially moving up in weight to meet someone like Floyd Mayweather or Manny Pacquiao. It’s the first major fight of the year, and it has huge implications for the sport.