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Paulie Malignaggi and Manny Pacquiao have the same knock-out ratio at Welterweight

'The Magic Man' Paulie Malignaggi put on the performance of his career when he out-boxed and stopped then-unbeaten WBA Welterweight champion Vyacheslav Senchenko. Malignaggi's lack of power made him the underdog going into the fight but he proved that even the non-punchers are capable of stopping their opponents.

Malignaggi has now set himself up for a title defence with Devon Alexander, which will likely take place in August in Brooklyn, New York which is Malignaggi's home territory. I would give Malignaggi a chance in that fight, but Alexander's speed and power might be too much for Paulie.

Malignaggi can now call himself a two-weight world champion, and for a guy with little power, that's quite an achievement. The Malignaggi/Alexander fight isn't official yet, but if the fight were to happen, would you give Malignaggi a chance of beating Devon 'The Great' Alexander?