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This year two of the top names in the Welterweight Division, Zab Judah and Paulie Malignaggi, will battle it out in a fight that will determine the potential contender for a shot at the Welterweight Championship. The fight is scheduled to be showcased at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center and a large number of boxing fans are also expected at the fight. Catch two of the amazing wrestlers going at each other this December with Zab Judah tickets.
Judah had a flair for boxing from his early ages and he started boxing from when he was only six years of age. Before making his professional debut, he already had a record of 110-5 as an amateur fighter. He also took home New York Golden Gloves championship on three occasions as well as two U.S National Championships. He also made a run for the national Olympic Boxing team in 1996 but failed to do so after getting defeated in the finals.
Judah made his debut and picked up his first ever professional win on September 20, 1996 when he defeated Michael Johnson by TKO in Miami. As his professional career picked up, he furthered his career by adding up wins over Omar Vasquez, George Crain, Cesar Castro, Ricardo Vasquez and James Salava in early years of his pro-boxing career. Judah started 1998 with a knock out win over the unstoppable Steve Valdez. Also in the same year, Judah picked up a victory over Angel Beltre who was a Dominican Republic champion twice. Judah had his first pro-boxing title back when he went up against Micky Ward and defeated him for the USBA Light Welterweight Championship. He made his first successful title defense later in 1998 when he defeated Darryl Tyson.
Zab Judah laid his hands on Interim IBF Light Welterweight title after he claimed a victory over Wilfredo Negron in 1999 after knocking him out in the 4th round. In 2000, Judah walked out of the Mohegan Sun as the new IBF Light Welterweight Champion after defeating Jan Piet Bergman. The following year, an anticipated fight between Kostya Tszyu and Judah took place at the MGM Grand for the Undisputed Light Welterweight Championship only to give Judah his first ever professional loss. However later in 2002, he claimed WBO Light Welterweight title after sweeping DeMarcus Corley in a fight at Orleans Hotel and Casino.
In 2004, Zab Judah made a run towards Undisputed Welterweight Championship again but lost to Cory Spinks. Later in 2005, he got his rematch with Spinks and this time fortunes turned in Judah’s favor as he was able to walk out with Undisputed Welterweight Championship.
As of the moment, Judah has had fifty one fights out of which he won forty two and twenty nine of them were finished with a K.O. Paulie Malignaggi on the other hand has an impressive past record as well hence the forthcoming fight between the two is going to be something worth the wait and money.