Jeff Horn vs Randall Bailey in Brisbane on March 2

Randall Bailey - Jeff Horn, the Brisbane Olympian affectionally known as ‘The World’s Toughest School Teacher’ and making international headlines in the welterweight division dominated by Floyd Mayweather, faces a tough homecoming in Brisbane on March 2, with the reward being a potential world title shot inside 18 months.

Jeff Horn, the Brisbane Olympian affectionally known as ‘The World’s Toughest School Teacher’ and making international headlines in the welterweight division dominated by Floyd Mayweather, faces a tough homecoming in Brisbane on March 2, with the reward being a potential world title shot inside 18 months.

The 27 year old will face three-time world champion Randall Bailey who has won 46 of his 55 professional bouts with an impressive knockout percentage of 71 percent.

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Randall Bailey is Back!

Randall Bailey - Former three-time, two-division world champion Randall “The Knock Out King” Bailey (46-8, 39 KOs) will look to collect another world title with the help of his new promoter, South Korean-based AK Promotions. Bailey’s climb to the top of the welterweight division continued in the right direction on Sunday at the Sunhak Gymnasium in Incheon, South Korea, as he scored a devastating seventh-round knockout victory over Shusaku Fujinaka from a powerful left hook. At the time of the stoppage, he was ahead on all three scorecards, 86-84.

Former three-time, two-division world champion Randall “The Knock Out King” Bailey (46-8, 39 KOs) will look to collect another world title with the help of his new promoter, South Korean-based AK Promotions. Bailey’s climb to the top of the welterweight division continued in the right direction on Sunday at the Sunhak Gymnasium in Incheon, South Korea, as he scored a devastating seventh-round knockout victory over Shusaku Fujinaka from a powerful left hook. At the time of the stoppage, he was ahead on all three scorecards, 86-84.

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Randall Bailey: I’ll Fight Alfonzo Gomez for Free!

Boxing’s ‘KO King’ Having Trouble Finding Opponents

To the world’s welterweights, former two-time world champion Randall “The Knock-Out King” Bailey (44-8, 37 KOs) is like the dentist’s office… you only go there if you have to and when you do, you’ll probably get drilled.

Being blessed as one of the sport of boxing’s deadliest punchers of the past 20 years has become a curse for Bailey, because he can’t seem to talk anyone into a ring to fight him. Despite his relatively advanced age of 39, Bailey’s mix of a dependable chin and granite fists continue to make him a very dangerous opponent for anyone in the world.

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Randall Bailey Speaks Out!

Randall Bailey - To the Boxing World and Al Haymon!

To the Boxing World and Al Haymon!

What’s good! It’s your favorite KO artist Randall Bailey aka The KO King! I have been sitting back watching this boxing game get more and more political and it makes me kind of sick. Unranked and unheard of fighters getting title shots that they do not deserve. Promoters not wanting to work with one another. Fighters agreeing to fights and pulling out…no names need to be mentioned. The shit is crazy. Meanwhile a former two division world champion gets passed over for opportunities.

I understand that boxing is a business but fighters are now using the “business” to become little punks. Let’s get to the point of this letter. I am not one to start any drama and today is no different. However I want to put the boxing world on notice that I am still ready and willing to knock some heads off some shoulders.

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Randall Bailey notches 44th career win

Three-time, two-division world champion Randall “KO King” Bailey (44-8, 37 KOs) returned to the ring last Saturday night in Tampa for his first fight in 13 months, defeating Ecuador welterweight Humberto “Bam Bam” Toledo (41-11-2, 25 KOs) by way of an eighth-round disqualification for the vacant World Boxing Council (WBC) International belt.

Bailey battered Toledo from the opening bell right up to the bizarre ending, in which Toledo suddenly and surprisingly took a knee in the middle of the ring, only to get back up and get disqualified for pushing referee Frank Santore, Jr. into the ropes.

“I wasn’t really surprised because I saw the way he was responding in the first couple of rounds,” Bailey explained. “I was hitting him hard and often and he was looking to the referee to find a way out of the fight. The ref wasn’t cooperating with him, so in the eighth round, he took a knee, jumped up and pushed the ref.”

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Devon Alexander wins IBF Welterweight title in 12 round UD

Randall Bailey - By Joseph Herron - In one of the most disappointing title changing efforts of recent memory, Devon Alexander (24-1, 13 KOs) lifted the IBF Welterweight strap from 38 year old Randall Bailey (43-8, 37 KOs) of Miami, Florida, to open Showtime’s quadruple header on Saturday night at the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.By Joseph Herron – In one of the most disappointing title changing efforts of recent memory, Devon Alexander (24-1, 13 KOs) lifted the IBF Welterweight strap from 38 year old Randall Bailey (43-8, 37 KOs) of Miami, Florida, to open Showtime’s quadruple header on Saturday night at the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

The former Junior Welterweight title holder easily controlled the action with lateral movement and a quick irregular jab. In what seemed like a fight with more clinches than punches thrown, both men threw and connected at an abysmal rate.

Alexander landed only 120 of 534 total punches thrown, and Bailey set a Compu-Box record for an all time low 45 of 198 total punches thrown.

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