POSTED: Saturday, July 30, 2011 - 9:44pm
UPDATED: Sunday, July 31, 2011 - 12:41am
"I feel ready now! I actually feel like I'm just as good as any of those World Champions. I don't want to be conceded. Maybe I'm not, but I feel like I can hang with anybody in this weight class.I feel stronger than ever. These little fights here, I'm like, aww I wanna get the big fights. But I can't be greedy. I have to pay my dues. Each fight builds up my record and hopefully I'll get a shot down the road."
El Paso boxer Abie Han showed that he was ready, going the distance and winning a unanimous 6 round decision. Han put his perfect record on the line tonight in Denver, Colorado. Han, an Irvin Grad, was fighting Justin Williams out of New Orleans in a Super Welterweight bout.
Han went the distance for the third time in his career, against the veteran fighter Williams. In a tough bout Han was able to last and maintain his undefeated record. The judges scored the fight 59-55,58-56,58-56 all in favor of Han. Han's victory moves his record to 14-0, with 10 knockouts.